Department of Psychology Title The Ohio State University
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Psychology Career, Internship, and Graduate School Fair

October 7, 2015

 

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Entry Level Jobs

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Graduate Programs

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Entry Level Jobs

Absolute Care
www.absolutecare.org
Absolute Care is a Supported Living Agency, providing in-home supports to adults with Developmental Disabilities throughout Franklin County. We are a small, hands-on agency focusing on the quality of the services we provide to each client. Absolute Care has vast experience supporting a diverse population. From individuals with a wide range of abilities, to those who have mild to severe expressive behavioral challenges, we specialize in dual diagnosis and clients who have concentrated medical needs.

Alvis House
www.alvishouse.org
Our mission is to serve individuals and families by providing effective programs and services that foster personal responsibility and healthy lifestyles resulting in safer communities for all. We provide the following services: 1) residential reentry programs in Columbus, Chillicothe, Dayton, Lima, and Toledo, Ohio; 2) family-focused support programs; 3) supported living programs for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities, with individualized services such as crisis counseling, medical monitoring, developing peer relationships, vocational training, social skills training, and adult daily living skills training, 3) individualized programming designed to increase independent living skills; 4) career-oriented employability skills training; 5) Community Reentry Centers in Columbus and Lima that provide employability skills training, Ohio Benefit Bank Services, GED instruction and other supports to community clients; 6) an Intermediate Care Facility (ICF/IID) for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

Camp Joy
camp-joy.org
Camp Joy is a summer camp that provides opportunities for youth to experience a summer camp, that traditionally do not receive it. We have two departments within our summer camps: Low Income/Foster and Specialty/Medical. Our Low Income/Foster camps provides summer camp for under resourced youth from Cincinnati and Dayton. Our Specialty/Medical camps provide summer camp for kids that have chronic, medical conditions, military backgrounds, or bereavement.

City Year
www.cityyear.org
City Year is an education focused, nonprofit organization that unites young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time service to keep students in school and on track to graduation. At City Year’s 25 urban locations across the United States and two international affiliates, teams of highly-trained corps members serve full-time in schools as tutors, mentors and role models. By focusing on attendance, behavior and course performance, which identify students who are at risk of dropping out, corps members are uniquely able to help students and schools succeed. During their term of service, City Year corps members receive a living stipend, health insurance, professional development training, student loan forbearance, and a variety of scholarships for graduate school and more.

Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities - Psychology Dept.
www.fcbdd.org
The Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities (FCBDD) provides supports to persons of all ages who are determined eligible for county board services. The Psychology Dept. provides direct services, consultation, and training related to intellectual ability, adaptive behavior, social/emotional/behavioral functioning, mental health diagnoses, trauma-informed care, & other areas. All supports provided are designed to help people with developmental disabilities live, learn, work, and play in our community. Current job openings with the FCBDD are posted on the website: www.fcbdd.org.

Haugland Learning Center
www.hauglandlearningcenter.com
Haugland Learning Center is a chartered non-public school providing educational services to students with autism. Our primary focus is on providing high quality education to preK-12 students in the Columbus area. Students often come in significantly behind and many with difficult behaviors. HLC has been very successful in providing effective instruction as well as behavior management systems in order to be successful with this population. We currently employ approximately 150 staff and serve more than 400 students in 3 locations. HLC can also offer a MS in Psychology/ABA through our partnership with Western Michigan University.

Hittle House
www.hittlehouse.com
Hittle House is a residential treatment program that provides therapeutic and educational services to adolescent boys that suffer from sexual trauma. This small and specialized residential facility serves children from 10-17 years of age. Our services are safe and secure, providing placement agencies with a highly qualified and structured team approach to rehabilitation. We accept adjudicated and non-adjudicated juveniles. Hittle House is committed to providing Ohio with state of the art, gender specific, professional care in behavioral and educational services for adolescents. This is accomplished through promoting behavioral, spiritual, mental and interpersonal growth in a safe and secure program that emphasizes healthy and appropriate sexual health.

KIDSConnect Program
Students will have the opportunity to complete student social skill assessment and provide recommendations to program.

Nationwide Children's Hospital Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders
www.nationwidechildrens.org/autism
The Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders and the Child Development Center at Nationwide Children’s Hospital provide comprehensive, multidisciplinary care focusing on evidence based treatment, education, research and advocacy for children with the diagnosis of an ASD. Our mission is to provide assistance to every child and family affected by ASD who is in need. The Behavioral Intervention Aide implements behavioral intervention for children diagnosed with autism. The individualized intervention procedures are designed by a Case Supervisor, supervised by a Senior Behavioral Intervention Aide, and are carried out by the BI Aide working in the child’s home or school. The BI Aides are integral to the services provided by the Nationwide Children's Hospital Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Peace Corps
www.peacecorps.gov
The Peace Corps sends the best and brightest Americans abroad on behalf of the United States to tackle the most pressing needs of people around the world. Volunteers work at the grassroots level to develop sustainable solutions that address challenges in education, health, economic development, agriculture, environment and youth development. Through their service, volunteers gain a unique cultural understanding and a life-long commitment to service that positions them to succeed in today’s global economy. Since President John F. Kennedy established the Peace Corps in 1961, nearly 220,000 Americans of all ages have served in 140 countries worldwide. For more information, visit our website and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

The Princeton Review
www.princetonreview.com
For 30 years, The Princeton Review has been the destination for college and grad bound students to make their dreams a reality. Last year alone, we helped more than 3.5 million students get into a great college or grad school. How do we do it? Online and in-person tutoring and test prep from top-notch educators as well as more than 150 books that provide test prep help to college admissions advice.

TiER1 Performance Solutions
http://www.tier1performance.com/
TiER1 Performance Solutions helps organizations use knowledge to improve performance. From the holistic strategy to custom learning solutions, creative communications to effective training programs (plus the tools and technologies to support it all), we've partnered with over 200 of the world's best organizations to deliver the knowledge needed to enable success. Essentially we work to help our clients build happier, healthier more educated employees through a blend of creative, engaging and compelling solutions including elearning, instructor-led training and game-based learning applications. Make sense? Maybe a visual will help - view our demo here: http://bit.ly/tier1demo. We are a fun workplace with a collaborative culture, casual dress code and a policy of open communication.

YWCA Columbus - Human Resources
www.ywcacolumbus.org
YWCA is focused on eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. For over 128 years, YWCA Columbus has been committed to addressing a host of critical needs in our community including helping homeless families and children. The YWCA Family Center provides emergency food and shelter for homeless families in addition to resources to find permanent housing. The Women's Residency program is for women who are formerly homeless, struggle with mental illness, substance abuse or are earning low income wages. With the help of YWCA staff, each resident creates an individualized plan for personal and professional growth. Kids Place offers affordable, dependable childcare year-round to families in Gahanna and Westerville schools.

 

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Internships/Volunteer

Alvis House
www.alvishouse.org
Our mission is to serve individuals and families by providing effective programs and services that foster personal responsibility and healthy lifestyles resulting in safer communities for all. We provide the following services: 1) residential reentry programs in Columbus, Chillicothe, Dayton, Lima, and Toledo, Ohio; 2) family-focused support programs; 3) supported living programs for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities, with individualized services such as crisis counseling, medical monitoring, developing peer relationships, vocational training, social skills training, and adult daily living skills training, 3) individualized programming designed to increase independent living skills; 4) career-oriented employability skills training; 5) Community Reentry Centers in Columbus and Lima that provide employability skills training, Ohio Benefit Bank Services, GED instruction and other supports to community clients; 6) an Intermediate Care Facility (ICF/IID) for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention - Central Ohio Chapter
https://www.afsp.org/local-chapters/find-your-local-chapter/afsp-central-ohio
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is the leader in the fight against suicide. We fund research, create educational programs, advocate for public policy, and support survivors of suicide loss. We organize events in communities around the country raising money to support our work, both locally and nationally. While AFSP does not provide direct services, such as counseling or a hotline, we do work closely with the organizations providing those services. The local chapter raises aqwareness by hosting community walks; advocating with law makers at the state level; interfaceing with schools regarding suicide prevention policies; and offering education in the community on prevention and risk factors. Volunteers would assit with each of these activities.

American Red Cross - Office of Volunteers
www.redcross.org
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. There are several opportunities for students to gain a positive and dynamic professional development experience through service to the Red Cross, including unpaid internships and volunteer opportunities.

Camp Joy
camp-joy.org
Camp Joy is a summer camp that provides opportunities for youth to experience a summer camp, that traditionally do not receive it. We have two departments within our summer camps: Low Income/Foster and Specialty/Medical. Our Low Income/Foster camps provides summer camp for under resourced youth from Cincinnati and Dayton. Our Specialty/Medical camps provide summer camp for kids that have chronic, medical conditions, military backgrounds, or bereavement.

Catholic Social Services - Friendly Visiting Program
www.colscss.org
You are the key to social isolation prevention...Catholic Social Services' Friendly Visiting Program matches Volunteers with isolated, elderly, Franklin & Delaware County residents, ages 60+. Our Volunteers provide companionship through any number of activities, Visit just once a week to help prevent the negative effects of social isolation. We are also looking for interns to assist our program thru data entry, phone contacts, recruitment, and clerical assistance. At no cost, you will complete a background check & orientation training. Studies state: employers are looking for persons who volunteer. Turn your career search into a resume building opportunity. Find a new friend, help us to help someone in need, become a Friendly Visitor or Intern... You can make a difference today!

CISabroad
www.cisabroad.com
CISabroad is a study and intern abroad provider with over 15 years of experience. We have comprehensive study abroad and customizable internship programs in 21 different countries at an affordable price. Not only will you have the time of your life living in another country but you can also receive credit while doing so! Work with our on the ground staff to really immerse yourself into the local culture through excursion and our "La Vida Local" activities. Talk to us and check out our website for more information about each of our programs.

Columbus Metropolitan Library - Volunteer Services
www.columbuslibrary.org
Columbus Metropolitan Library is a public library with a focus on Young Minds. One of our goals is to address the literacy needs of children from birth to high school graduation. We have programs that prepare youth for kindergarten, help young students get ready for the Ohio third trade reading test, help kindergarteners through high school seniors with their homework and assist them in preparing for college and careers. Internships and volunteer opportunities can be tailored to the students' need to work with children in a variety of socioeconomic and cultural settings. The experiences focus on Reading Buddies and Homework Help.

COSI
www.cosi.org
COSI, Columbus, Ohio's dynamic Center of Science and Industry, inspires the scientists, dreamers, and innovators of tomorrow. In 2008, COSI was named America's #1 science center for families by Parent Magazine. Available positions include: Guest Services Front Line Volunteer, Floor Faculty Facilitator, little kidspace® Volunteer, Programs Volunteer, Volunteer Research & Evaluation Assistant/Associate, Marketing Intern, Volunteer Data Entry Specialist, Animal Specialist Intern, Teen Tech Studio Facilitator, and Archival/Administrative Clerical Support.

Department of Youth Services - Division of Juvenile Parole
https://www.facebook.com/OhioDeptYouthServices
Youth committed to DYS institutions are released to parole supervision typically in their home communities for a period of time determined by the seriousness of the offense committed and their likelihood of re-offending. Student interns will accompany JPO’s (Juvenile Parole Officer) on field trips during e.g. home visits, sit in on youth-family office visits with Parole Officers, visit the local county jail, detention center and attended multiple Court hearings as well as visit community-based service provider agencies within Franklin County. Positions at the regional offices include: a Regional Administrator, Juvenile Parole Service Supervisors, Juvenile Parole Officers, Business Operations Manager and additional clerical support staff.

Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities - Psychology Dept.
www.fcbdd.org
The Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities (FCBDD) provides supports to persons of all ages who are determined eligible for county board services. The Psychology Dept. provides direct services, consultation, and training related to intellectual ability, adaptive behavior, social/emotional/behavioral functioning, mental health diagnoses, trauma-informed care, & other areas. All supports provided are designed to help people with developmental disabilities live, learn, work, and play in our community. Current job openings with the FCBDD are posted on the website: www.fcbdd.org.

Gentiva Hospice
http://www.gentiva.com/hospice/
The Gentiva Hospice volunteer program is designed to meet the needs of our hospice patients while giving volunteers a rewarding experience. Volunteers offer support for hospice patients and their families in a number of ways, from patient visits to organizing charts in our office or baking birthday cakes for patients.
Volunteers needed for: 1) Patient visits (in facility or patient's home) - read to patients, play/sing, chat, life review, board games, Bingo, pet therapy, etc.; 2) Administrative support in our office - filing, data entry, mailings, copying, collating, binding volunteer manuals, etc.; 3) Brigtening a patient's day with a handmade blanket (crochet, knit, fleece), shawl, or making a birthday cake for a patient's birthday celebration. -- Join our team!

Girls on the Run of Franklin County
www.girlsontherunfranklincounty.org
Girls on the Run is a life-changing, non-profit program for girls in the 3rd through 8th grade. Our mission is to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running." The 20-lesson Girls on the Run curriculum combines training for a 5K (3.1 miles) running event with lessons that inspire girls to become independent thinkers, enhance their problem solving skills and make healthy decisions. All of this is accomplished through an active collaboration with girls and their parents, schools, volunteers, staff, and the community. We are an Independent Council of Girls on the Run International, which has a network of 200+ locations across the United States and Canada. Girls on the Run® is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Habitat for Humanity-MidOhio
http://habitatmidohio.org/
Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity-MidOhio brings people together to inspire hope, build homes, empower families, and develop communities. The position will utilize various methods of approach in surveying the South Side and North Linden area buildings, residential parcels, and block conditions, conduct resident surveys, and data-entry of collected information into Success Measures.

Haugland Learning Center
www.hauglandlearningcenter.com
Haugland Learning Center is a chartered non-public school providing educational services to students with autism. Our primary focus is on providing high quality education to preK-12 students in the Columbus area. Students often come in significantly behind and many with difficult behaviors. HLC has been very successful in providing effective instruction as well as behavior management systems in order to be successful with this population. We currently employ approximately 150 staff and serve more than 400 students in 3 locations. HLC can also offer a MS in Psychology/ABA through our partnership with Western Michigan University.

Hilltop YMCA
www.ymcacolumbus.org/hilltop
We're an inclusive organization of men, women and children joined together by a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, promoting healthy living and fostering a sense of social responsibility. We know that lasting personal and social change comes about when we all work together. That’s why, at the Y, strengthening community is our cause. Every day, we work side-by-side with our neighbors to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. With a mission to serve the whole community through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind and body, our impact is felt when an individual makes a healthy choice, when a mentor inspires a child and when a community comes together for the common good.

KIDSConnect Program
Students will have the opportunity to complete student social skill assessment and provide recommendations to program.

North Central Mental Health Services - Suicide Prevention Services
www.suicidepreventionservices.org
Suicide Prevention Services Hotline Volunteer Program. Get involved in something that really makes a difference---answer the Hotline! Training is held twice a year--in the Fall and the Spring. Location: North Central Mental Health Services at 1301 N. High St.—south of OSU, across High St from the Kroger store. Fall 2015 Training Dates: from Sept 29 through Nov 10, Tuesday evenings and three Saturdays. Volunteers commit to work one 6-hour shift a week, starting Dec 1, 2015 and going until May 31, 2016. This is a very serious commitment, which may change your life. Many of our volunteers go on to graduate programs in counseling, social work, medicine, etc. Email Mary at sps@ncmhs.org for more information. Apply soon for the fall session!

Ohio House Rabbit Rescue and Adoption
www.ohiohouserabbitrescue.org
Interns will learn to care for abandoned or homeless domestic bunnies in our adoption center and, in addition, will participate in all aspects of managing and funding a small non-profit charitable organization. This includes planning meetings, fundraisers, community education events, and assisting with social media. As experience increases, interns will help with center tours, adoptions, and supervising child and teen volunteers.

OSU College of Arts and Sciences Career Services Office

www.asccareerservices.osu.edu | Twitter: @ASCcareer
We guide Arts and Sciences undergraduate students through the strategic process of exploring the unique value of their Arts and Sciences education, discovering their marketable skills, obtaining internships and other opportunities for workplace learning, and connecting with prospective employers via FutureLink, career and internship fairs, and in-person networking.

OSU LiFE Sports

http://www.osulifesports.org/ | Facebook: OSU LiFE Sports
The Learning in Fitness and Education (LiFE) Sports is the largest community outreach organization at The Ohio State University. The partnership between the College of Social Work and Department of Athletics provides a free four-week summer camp to over 700 at-risk youth and a year round Youth Leadership Academy to 50 high school aged kids. The initiative uses sport, fitness, and recreation to teach social skills to youth. LiFE Sports also serves as a learning laboratory for Ohio State students, to date over 200 students from 25 different majors have gained experience. Available opportunities are: independent studies, field placements, part-time office work, event volunteering, research experience, internships, and summer employment.

OSU Undergraduate Research Office
www.northwestcounselingservices.org
The Undergraduate Research Office helps students pursue research opportunities at The Ohio State University, a top public research institution. Research can be conducted independently, as part of a team, in collaboration with faculty, here at the university or elsewhere. URO provides information to students about getting started with research, how to find research opportunities, what's involved in presenting your work, and a variety of other information sources for undergraduates interested in making research a part of their college experience. The URO staff also serves as a resource for advisors, technical staff, postdoctoral fellows, faculty and others who are part of the rich research environment at Ohio State.

Recreation Unlimited
www.recreationunlimited.org
Recreation Unlimited provides programs in sports, recreation, and education for individuals with disabilities and health concerns, while building self-confidence, self-esteem, and promoting positive human relations, attitudes and behaviors. Recreation Unlimited offers weekend camp sessions twice a month during the fall, winter and spring as well as week long sessions during the summer and winter. We are looking for individuals to work some or all of our camp sessions throughout the year.

Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio
www.ohiohealth.com/sarnco
SARNCO is Franklin county’s rape crisis center, providing sexual violence intervention and prevention services throughout central Ohio. Our programs include operating a 24-hour sexual assault Helpline, in-person advocacy for survivors of sexual assault in hospital emergency rooms, law enforcement advocacy with local police departments, and sexual violence prevention education and outreach in the community. SARNCO offers 3 volunteer training opportunities each year. Our volunteers are essential to our functioning, and are trained to advocate on our Helpline and in our hospitals. Additional training gives volunteers the opportunity to become part of our speaker’s bureau and give presentations in the community.

Syntero/Northwest Counseling Services - Mentoring Northwest
syntero.org
Mentoring Northwest is seeking caring adults who are willing to spend just two hours twice a month with a child/teen from the local community -- Grandview, Upper Arlington, Hilliard, and northwest Columbus. Mentors must be 18 years of age and willing to commit to the match for 6 months. Training includes: A class entitled: Making of a Mentor, and a New Mentor Orientation. Required screening includes: Three character references, a Bureau of Motor Vehicles check, a background check, and a home visit. It takes just a few hours a month to make a big difference in the life of a young person. If you have any questions, contact Sharon Kreuz at Syntero/Northwest Counseling Services: 614-273-2969. Or send an email to: skreuz@syntero.org

YWCA Columbus - Human Resources
www.ywcacolumbus.org
YWCA is focused on eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. For over 128 years, YWCA Columbus has been committed to addressing a host of critical needs in our community including helping homeless families and children. The YWCA Family Center provides emergency food and shelter for homeless families in addition to resources to find permanent housing. The Women's Residency program is for women who are formerly homeless, struggle with mental illness, substance abuse or are earning low income wages. With the help of YWCA staff, each resident creates an individualized plan for personal and professional growth. Kids Place offers affordable, dependable childcare year-round to families in Gahanna and Westerville schools.

 

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Graduate Programs

Adler University
www.adler.edu
Adler University educates students to engage the world and create a more just society. Established in 1952 to build on the pioneering work of Alfred Adler, the first community psychologist, the University offers master’s and doctoral programs for social change. Our degree programs include offerings in Clinical Psychology, Military Psychology, Child and Adolescent Psychology, Counselor Education & Supervision, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Art Therapy, Couple and Family Therapy, Rehabilitation Counseling, Forensic Psychology, Sport and Health Psychology, and Public Policy and Administration, with concentrations in Urban Mental Health and Human Rights Advocacy.

Baldwin Wallace University

www.bw.edu/admission/graduate/
Baldwin Wallace University is a small liberal arts university located 20 minutes southwest of Cleveland. We offer the following graduate programs: MMS Physician Assistant, MS Speech-Language Pathology, MBA, MAEd Leadership in Higher Education, MAEd for licensed teacher.

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
www.thechicagoschool.edu/Chicago
An accredited, not-for-profit institution focusing exclusively on psychology and related behavioral sciences, The Chicago School has been an innovator in the field of psychology and related behavioral sciences for more than 35 years. Located directly on the Chicago River in the heart of downtown, our Chicago location is just steps away from Lake Michigan, the theatre district, the famed Magnificent Mile, museums, diverse neighborhoods and some of the world's top restaurants and clubs. The Chicago School links students with an unparalleled range of hands-on training experiences—equating to more than 800,000 hours of high-impact, career-relevant work in local and international communities every year.

Gannon University
www.gannon.edu/grad
Gannon is a Catholic, Diocesan university dedicated to excellence in teaching, scholarship and service. Gannon University offers over 20+ Graduate Certificate, Master or Doctoral degree programs. We offer degree programs in Organizational Learning and Leadership (Ph.D), Physical Therapy (DPT), Doctorate of Nursing (DNP), Masters of Athletic Training (MAT), Sport and Exercise Science, Business Administration, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Computer and Information Science, Curriculum and Instruction, Engineering, English, Health Communication, Nursing, Occupational Therapy (OTD), Public Administration and Reading. Gannon also offers several graduate assistantships and graduate student housing.
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Haugland Learning Center
www.hauglandlearningcenter.com
Haugland Learning Center is a chartered non-public school providing educational services to students with autism. Our primary focus is on providing high quality education to preK-12 students in the Columbus area. Students often come in significantly behind and many with difficult behaviors. HLC has been very successful in providing effective instruction as well as behavior management systems in order to be successful with this population. We currently employ approximately 150 staff and serve more than 400 students in 3 locations. HLC can also offer a MS in Psychology/ABA through our partnership with Western Michigan University.

Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Schaumburg
clinical.argosy.edu
Our Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology program provides broad, general training in clinical psychology as well as in-depth opportunities to pursue specialized areas such as child and family psychology, clinical health psychology, forensic psychology and neuropsychology. Students learn to understand, assess and treat human dysfunction using evidence-based and theoretically informed models. Graduates are positioned to serve diverse populations as licensed clinical psychologists and mental health professionals. Our experienced faculty members are active in practice, scholarship and research and often are leaders in their respective fields. These faculty members assist students in developing scholarship and clinical competencies through supervision, training and mentorship.

John Carroll University
www.jcu.edu/graduate
John Carroll University offers graduate degree programs in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Educational Psychology, School Counseling, and School Psychology. The University also offers a certificate program in Spiritual Wellness and Counseling. Scholarships range from 20% to 33% in several of the degree programs. More than eighty graduate assistantship positions are available. The assistantship covers tuition and includes a living stipend.

The Ohio State University - College of Nursing
www.nursing.osu.edu
The Ohio State University College of Nursing offers many exciting and innovative graduate nursing programs. Many students who major in psychology are often interested in the Graduate Entry program, which is an accelerated master's degree program that leads to licensure as a registered nurse, a master's degree, and certification in one of our many advanced specialties (such as Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner). At The Ohio State University College of Nursing, Buckeye nurses do what others think is impossible! We transform health and transform lives.

The Ohio State University - College of Public Health
cph.osu.edu | Twitter: @osupublichealth
The Ohio State University College of Public Health offers Bachelor of Science in Public Health, Master of Public Health, Master of Health Administration, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. The college is fully accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) and is ranked 11th by U.S. News and World Report among public schools of public health. Graduate program specializations include biomedical informatics, biostatistics, clinical translational science, environmental health sciences, epidemiology, health behavior and health promotion, health services management and policy, and veterinary public health. The college also offers a flexibly scheduled MPH for working professionals.

The Ohio State University - College of Social Work
csw.osu.edu
Our curriculum ensures that graduates have the competencies and skills needed to successfully practice in a variety of settings and is designed to be student-friendly and flexible. Students can tailor their educational experience through an extensive list of course options for working with various populations and problems, and in many types of social work settings. This dynamic curriculum offers diverse specialization options that offer students greater choice in their courses of study reflect the contemporary contexts in which social workers practice. Elective courses supplement the required curriculum. The MSW degree prepares future practitioners to function in either direct practice or administrative and policy-making roles.

The Ohio State University - Department of Educational Studies
ehe.osu.edu/educational-studies/
Our highly sought after Master of Arts and doctoral degrees give you the opportunity to focus your studies in 12 different areas and add specializations to your studies. In fact, because our graduate programs are so highly regarded, three of our programs are ranked in the top 10 nationally and five others in the top 20 by the U.S. News and World Report. Our graduate programs are distributed into these sections: Counselor Education, Cultural Foundations of Education, Educational Policy, Educational Administration, Educational Psychology and Philosophy, Educational Technology, Higher Education and Student Affairs, Quantitative Research, Evaluation, and Measurement, Qualitative Research in Education, School Psychology, Special Education, Teacher Education Policy and Leadership, Workforce Development and Education.

The Ohio State University - Department of Human Sciences (Ph.D. Program in Couple and Family Therapy)
http://ehe.osu.edu/human-sciences/hdfs/couples-and-family-therapy-licensure.php
The PhD CFT Area of Study offers a doctoral curriculum that currently is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE). It meets the standards for AAMFT clinical membership, and is designed to prepare research clinicians who are interested in pursuing a career in academia or other research institutions.

The Ohio State University - Fisher College of Business (MHRM Program)
fisher.osu.edu/mhrm
Most of today’s human resources jobs are in business. And most businesses expect HR candidates to be able to step into any area of the organization—and get right to work. That’s why we include the Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) program in the award-winning Fisher College of Business. Because the world is constantly evolving, your education should be too. Fisher’s MHRM curriculum is designed to equip you with core skills for now and in the future—developing your abilities to lead, analyze, and handle prevalent and dynamic HR issues. All majors are welcome for consideration and all classes are held in the evening—so you can still pursue a career or internship during the day.

The Ohio State University - John Glenn College of Public Affairs
glenn.osu.edu
The John Glenn College of Public Affairs was founded on the principle that an informed and involved citizenry is essential for democracy to thrive. We equip students with the skills to become tomorrow’s citizen-leaders or public service professionals. A degree from the Glenn College offers you a wide array of career options that engage you in work that matters. Whether you see yourself in a senior role at the U.S. State Department, as an agency head in state government, as a city manager, or as an advocate in a nonprofit organization, our program will help prepare you for success. The rigorous, hands-on curriculum provided by the Glenn College will give you the skills and tools you need to thrive in careers at all levels of government and in the not-for-profit sector.

The Ohio State University - Knowlton School

knowlton.osu.edu
Are you interested in shaping our world? Design the built environment through architecture or landscape architecture, or become a planner and help optimize the vitality of our communities. At the Knowlton School at The Ohio State University, we offer four graduate programs, including Master of Architecture, Master of Landscape Architecture, Master of City and Regional Planning and a PhD in City and Regional Planning. Each master’s degree is a professional degree designed to prepare you for a career in its respective discipline. Our PhD program trains students to undertake interdisciplinary, independent, applied research on urban and regional problems and planning processes.

OSU Student Affiliates in School Psychology
u.osu.edu/sasp/welcome-to-sasp-osu-chapter/
The focus of the School Psychology program is service delivery (e.g., assessment, consultation, intervention, collaboration) across many different settings with a particular emphasis on children in urban settings. Within this framework, students are trained as scientist-practitioners who function as data-based decision makers and collaborative problem solvers. The program has a commitment to diversity at the research, training, and service level. The program offers both the EdS and PhD levels.

Ohio University - Counselor Education
www.ohio.edu/education/academic-programs/counseling-and-higher-education/index.cfm
The Counselor Education Program at Ohio University is nationally accredited. The Master's Degree (M.Ed.) Program consists of a minimum of 60 semester hours of study and can be completed in five to 6 semesters of full-time attendance depending upon the area of concentration. Specialty areas of focus include clinical mental health counseling, rehabilitation counseling, school counseling, and counselor education & supervision. Doctoral study in Counselor Education & Supervision at Ohio University is designed to provide advanced level preparation for counselors in various public and private human services and mental health settings as well as prepare individuals to be counselor education professionals in colleges and universities, and focuses on leadership and advocacy.

Ohio University - Master of Social Work Program
www.ohio.edu/chsp/sph/academics/swg.cfm
Ohio Unviersity MSW program offers the student an opportunity to complete a Master's Degree in Social Work in one or two years. The advanced-standing program is of one year duration (two semesters), and both programs are delivered one day per week. The graduate is eligible to sit for the social work licensing exam, begin the requisite two years of documented professional supervision, ultimately practice social work independently, supervise other social workers, and deliver services for a plethora of human services organizations. The program is an advanced clinical program.

The University of Akron - Department of Psychology
www.uakron.edu/psychology/
The University of Akron offers three graduate programs in psychology. Our Industrial/Organizational Psychology program offers doctoral and terminal masters degrees and is one of the older and most established programs in the nation. Our Counseling Psychology doctoral program is a collaborative program with the College of Education and like its I/O counterpart, has one of the best track records in the country. Our Adult Development and Aging program is a collaborative program with Cleveland State University that offers a doctoral degree specializing in the areas of research methods and design, and adult biobehavioral and psychosocial functioning. Combined, there are roughly 90 graduate students enrolled in our programs that represent demographically and ethnically diverse populations.

University of Michigan - Program in Survey Methodology
psm.isr.umich.edu/
The University of Michigan Program in Survey Methodology, established in 2001, seeks to train future generations of survey methodologists. The program offers doctorate and master of science degrees and a certificate through the University of Michigan. The program's home is the Institute for Social Research, the world's largest academically-based social science research institute. PSM is a program where students learn the science of surveys. Our students study with some of the world's leading survey methodologists while pursuing their Master's or PhD degree. The Program provides a rich intellectual environment for study and work at one of the premier public universities in the world.

Wright State University - School of Professional Psychology
psychology.wright.edu/
The Wright State University School of Professional Psychology offers a practitioner-model training program which confers the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) at the end of the five-year curriculum. Our program is APA accredited at the highest level and prepares students for state licensure as clinical psychologists. The Doctor of Psychology degree is the terminal degree awarded in the field of psychology by most doctoral programs nationwide that emphasize training for clinical practice. Our practitioner training model enables students to practice, teach, and supervise under the guidance/instruction of a highly decorated faculty who are experts in their field and eager to see you excel.

Xavier University - School of Psychology
www.xavier.edu/psychology/
We offer an APA accredited PsyD program in Clinical Psychology with areas of interest in child and adolescents, geropsychology, individuals with severe mental illness and health care across the life span. We also offer two MA programs, Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Experimental Psychology.

 

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Career and Graduate School Services

OSU College of Arts and Sciences Career Services Office
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We guide Arts and Sciences undergraduate students through the strategic process of exploring the unique value of their Arts and Sciences education, discovering their marketable skills, obtaining internships and other opportunities for workplace learning, and connecting with prospective employers via FutureLink, career and internship fairs, and in-person networking.

OSU Student Life Career Counseling and Support Services
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Student Life Career Counseling and Support Services is a service for all Ohio State students (undergraduate, graduate, professional) offering individual and group career counseling/consulting, a career exploration course (ESCE 2272), assessment, workshops, and internship and job campaign assistance (résumés, vitae and job search letter critiques, interview techniques and job search strategies). Staff aid development of students’ interests by exploring various careers and majors and facilitating decision making, as well as assisting with planning for graduate/professional schools. We will meet students wherever they are in their career deveopment process and provide holistic support to help them attain their career goals.

The Princeton Review
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For 30 years, The Princeton Review has been the destination for college and grad bound students to make their dreams a reality. Last year alone, we helped more than 3.5 million students get into a great college or grad school. How do we do it? Online and in-person tutoring and test prep from top-notch educators as well as more than 150 books that provide test prep help to college admissions advice.

OSU Undergraduate Research Office
http://undergraduateresearch.osu.edu/
The Undergraduate Research Office helps students pursue research opportunities at The Ohio State University, a top public research institution. Research can be conducted independently, as part of a team, in collaboration with faculty, here at the university or elsewhere. URO provides information to students about getting started with research, how to find research opportunities, what's involved in presenting your work, and a variety of other information sources for undergraduates interested in making research a part of their college experience. The URO staff also serves as a resource for advisors, technical staff, postdoctoral fellows, faculty and others who are part of the rich research environment at Ohio State.


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