Graduates of the psychology department have gone on to pursue graduate degrees in many different fields. View our alumni updates/careers database here!
These are just a few of their chosen institutions:
- Dartmouth College
- Drexel University
- Johns Hopkins University
- Harvard University
- Michigan State University
- Loyola University of Maryland
- St. Mary’s College of Maryland
- University of Maryland School of Social Work
- University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Alumni work in a variety of fields, including but not limited to:
- Aviation administration
- Counseling (e.g., mental health, marriage & family, school, rehabilitation)
- Communications (e.g., web designers, advertising and social media specialists)
- Education (pre-K – higher education)
- Human Resources
- Library Science
- Medicine (e.g., doctors, nurses, veterinarians)
- Occupational and Physical Therapy
- Public Health
- Research (e.g., analysts, associates, technicians, graduate school fellows)
- Social Work
- United States Armed Forces
No matter what path and field they chose, our alumni consistently say that their background in psychology has been extremely helpful in the workplace because it helps them to better understand the people they work with and serve. Read feedback from our alumni here.
Recent Alumni Updates:
Ellen Airozo ’17 is a program coordinator at Soccer Without Borders.
Eliza Appleton ’17 is a behavior data specialist (BDS) at Kennedy Krieger Institute.
Kassidy Bell ’18 is an epilepsy research technician at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Christian Harris ’18 is pursuing a MSW from University of Maryland, Baltimore with an expected graduation in 2020.
Kelsey Hancock ’18 is an outdoor program specialist at Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital.
Grace Headley ’18 is pusuing a MS in Behavior Analysis at Simmons College with an expected graduation in 2020. She works for the May Institute as a behavior therapist with kids with autism in Boston Public Schools.
Amy Gorovoy ’17 is a marketing assistant at Shaker & Spoon in NY.
Lara Holmes ’18 is the Coordinator of Student Engagement at SMCM.
Nabiha Kasmani ’18 is a certified nursing assistant (CNA) at MedStar in St. Mary’s County.
Minjee Kim ’18 is pursuing a MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Johns Hopkins University with an expected graduation in 2020. She is interning as a research assistant in the Pediatric Psychology Lab at UMBC and working as program lead at C2 Education.
Estela Martinez ’18 is pursuing a MAT at SMCM with an expected graduation in 2019.
Maxwell Madden ’18 is pursuing a PhD in Neuroscience from UMD Baltimore with an expected graduation in 2024.
Shelby Melton ’18 is pursuing a MAT (music education & special education) at SMCM with an expected graduation in 2019.
Julia Monro ’17 is a language assistant for Meddaeas (a Spanish organization with presence in five countries that provides support to bilingual teaching in educational centers, in order to improve students’ foreign language skills) in Barcelona, Spain.
Sarah Muscolino ’18 is pursuing a PsyD in Clinical Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology with an expected graduation in 2023. She is currently a cat care scheduler for Calvert Animal Welfare League.
Whittni Pickens ’18 is pursuing a MA in Counseling from Towson University with an expected graduation in 2020.
Caroline Robertson ’18 is pursuing a MS in Clinical Professional Counseling from Loyola Univversity of Maryland with an expected graduation in 2021. She is a qualitative analyst for Ripple Effect Communications which provides professional consulting services focused exclusively in scientific research and health care spaces supporting federal government.
Stephanie Schindler ’18 is pursuing an accelerated teaching certificate (education/teaching of individuals in elementary special education programs) at the Notre Dame University of Maryland. She is a Counselor I for Therapeautic Recreation Services at Calvert County Parks and Recreation.
Rachel Solomon ’17 is a diversity and inclusion coordinator for Pathways, Inc.
Madison Tacka ’18 is a therapeutic support specialist for Catholic Charities of Baltimore.
Serena Zhang ’18 is a research fellow at National Institutes of Health.