Department of Psychology Title The Ohio State University
Undergraduate


Below is a list of Organizations and Graduate Programs who attended the Fall 2012 Fair:

Entry Level Jobs

City Year Columbus
www.cityyear.org/columbus.aspx
City Year is a dynamic AmeriCorps organization built on the belief that young people can change the world. 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 24 urban locations across the United States and two international affiliates, over 2,500 energetic, creative and idealistic corps members between the ages of 17-24 years old are making a difference in their communities, one student at a time. Corps members serve full-time in schools for the academic year as tutors, mentors and role models. Through attendance and behavior initiatives as well as one on and one and small group tutoring, corps members are able to help students stay on track to graduate.

Columbus Army Medical Recruiting Team
www.healthcare.goarmy.com
We offer the Health Care Student Loan Repayment Program, 100% full tuition assistance, 100% of all required school supplies free, 1, 2, 3 and 4 year scholarships, student loan repayment, and an initial entry bonus.

Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities
www.fcbdd.org
The primary mission of the Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities is to ensure the availability of programs, services, and support to assist eligible individiuals with developmental disabilities in living, working, and participating in the community and to assist/support their families.

Goodwill Columbus
www.goodwillcols.org
Goodwill Columbus is one of the largest non-profits in the Central Ohio Area employing over 900 people. Our Mission has always been to reach out to those within society who have been set to the curb; those who others have ignored. Through the course of over 100 years Goodwill has offered programs and services to those with disabilities. Today Goodwill Columbus continues that mission by providing over 15 different programs to those with developmental disabilities and other barriers to employment and living a full life. Students and graduates in Psychology and Sociology offer a great background for our programs.

Haugland Learning Center (HLC)
www.hauglandlearningcenter.com
Haugland Learning Center (HLC) is an educational day program focused on helping students (ages 3-21) diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other developmental disabilities to reach their educational and social potential. Hours: 9 AM-3 PM. Positions for psychology students include both internships and entry level jobs with Applied Behavioral Analysis training provided in Discrete Trial Instruction. Most open positions are internships as a 1:1 instructional aide with students ages 3-9. Data collection by volunteer observers is also an available opportunity. Graduate students wanting to complete research in psychology impacting the autism community are welcome to meet with our President to discuss the possibilities.

Nationwide Children's Hospital - Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders
http://www.nationwidechildrens.org/autism
The Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders at Nationwide Children's Hospital offers entry-level opportunities to work as a Behavioral Intervention Aide. BI Aides provide 1:1 behaviorally-based treatment to children with autism in various settings including home, school & community, under the supervision of a psychologist. Extensive training is provided including both classroom training & hands-on training where the new BI Aides will shadow trained staff to learn how to put theory into practice.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Two years undergraduate education in the field of Psychology, special education, speech/language, or related field; Reliable transportation and car insurance to travel to clients home or school; Successful completion of coursework in Behavioral Psychology is desired.

Nationwide Children's Hospital - Center for Biobehavioral Health
http://www.nationwidechildrens.org/center-for-biobehavioral-health
The Center for Biobehavioral Health seeks to improve the health and health care of children, adolescents, and their families through behavioral research on vulnerable individuals and populations, using a multidisciplinary and biopsychosocial approach. Research Interests: To identify biological, psychological, and social factors associated with developmental risk and resiliency in children and families; to design and test innovative interventions that will promote the health and quality of life of children and their families. A wide variety of research projects are ongoing, involving individuals from infancy to early adulthood. Check out the CBH website and contact the Principal Investigator for the lab you are interested in to see if they have any opportunities available.

Northwestern Mutual
http://kfg.nmfn.com/
The Northwestern Mutual Financial Network offers a personalized approach to uncovering financial solutions tailored to each client’s individual needs. We are currently recruiting candidates for both internships and full-time careers as Financial Representatives. Financial Representatives strive to understand their clients' goals and visions in order to uncover financial solutions that put them on a path to success. Financial Representatives are in business for themselves – but they're not alone to uncover financial solutions that put them on a path to success. Northwestern Mutual representatives and interns provide expert guidance and innovative solutions to help meet a client’s financial goals and objectives at every life stage.

Teach For America
www.teachforamerica.org
Each year, Teach For America selects a corps of outstanding recent college graduates, graduate students, and professionals to teach for two years in low-income communities and go above and beyond traditional expectations to help students achieve at high levels.We are successful only if our students are successful. Accordingly, we look for people with leadership potential and other traits that distinguish the corps members who have led their students to significant academic achievement. These individuals come from many different academic, personal, and career backgrounds. Corps members are full-time teachers employed by their school districts. They receive full salaries and comprehensive health benefits. Corps members teach grades Pre-K through 12 in 46 urban and rural regions.

Internships/Volunteer

American Red Cross
http://www.redcrossblood.org/volunteer-ops/centralohio
The American Red Cross Blood Services Volunteer Team offers a variey of volunteer & internship positions with flexible scheduling options. General Volunteer Requirements: Volunteer at least once per month-Requirements vary with intern positions. Blood Drive Volunteers welcome & sign in blood donors or serve refreshments in the Donor Diner. Clerical Volunteers help with data input, mailing, filing, special events,& more in the Red Cross offices. Community Awareness Team volunteers spread the word about the Red Cross mission at festivals & community events. Packing & Sorting Volunteers prepare materials to be sent to blood drives throughout Central Ohio. For more information visit: http://www.redcrossblood.org/volunteer-ops/centralohio or Call (614)253-2740 Extension 8029.

City Year Columbus
www.cityyear.org/columbus.aspx
City Year is a dynamic AmeriCorps organization built on the belief that young people can change the world. 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 24 urban locations across the United States and two international affiliates, over 2,500 energetic, creative and idealistic corps members between the ages of 17-24 years old are making a difference in their communities, one student at a time. Corps members serve full-time in schools for the academic year as tutors, mentors and role models. Through attendance and behavior initiatives as well as one on and one and small group tutoring, corps members are able to help students stay on track to graduate.

Columbus Metropolitan Library
www.columbuslibrary.org
Columbus Metropolitan Library offers young students (K-12) the opportunity to get help with their homework at our 21 locations, thanks to our volunteers. The languages spoken at our branches depends on the community surrounding the libraries. We are seeking volunteers to help in our Homework Help Centers. Speakers of Spanish, Somali and Arabic are especially needed to help with this after school program. Please be aware that the branches that need your support are not close to campus, so transportation is required. If you enjoy seeing a child's eyes light up when they understand a new concept, this is the volunteer opportunity for you!

Columbus Public Health
www.publichealth.columbus.gov
We provide sexual health education and prevention and testing for HIV and some STIs to the Columbus community, in venues such as Schools, Churches, Community Festivals, Colleges etc.

Embracing Autism
http://www.embracing-autism.org/
Embracing Autism was founded in 2011 to help families in Central Ohio support children and adults with autism. We believe that training specific to autism is essential in creating a solid and long-lasting foundation for individuals with this developmental disability. Embracing Autism is seeking interns for the position of Direct Support Professional. Embracing Autism provides assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities in a supported living environment throughout Franklin, Delaware and Union Counties. The Direct Support Professional is responsible for the active treatment and support to individuals served, to ensure the health and safety of the individual, and provide training and life skills to enhance the independence of the individual served.

Girls on the Run of Franklin County
www.girlsontherunfranklincounty.org
Be a part of Girls on the Run today! Girls on the Run of Franklin County is a life-changing, non-profit, prevention program for girls in the 3rd-8th grade. We inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.
The 24-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. We work with parents, schools, churches, and community centers to deliver the program. Coaching volunteers and those who want to work "behind the scenes" are essential to the growth of our council. Passion and a commitment to empowering women and girls is all that is required!

Goodwill Columbus
www.goodwillcols.org
Goodwill Columbus is one of the largest non-profits in the Central Ohio Area employing over 900 people. Our Mission has always been to reach out to those within society who have been set to the curb; those who others have ignored. Through the course of over 100 years Goodwill has offered programs and services to those with disabilities. Today Goodwill Columbus continues that mission by providing over 15 different programs to those with developmental disabilities and other barriers to employment and living a full life. Students and graduates in Psychology and Sociology offer a great background for our programs.

Haugland Learning Center (HLC)
www.hauglandlearningcenter.com
Haugland Learning Center (HLC) is an educational day program focused on helping students (ages 3-21) diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other developmental disabilities to reach their educational and social potential. Hours: 9 AM-3 PM. Positions for psychology students include both internships and entry level jobs with Applied Behavioral Analysis training provided in Discrete Trial Instruction. Most open positions are internships as a 1:1 instructional aide with students ages 3-9. Data collection by volunteer observers is also an available opportunity. Graduate students wanting to complete research in psychology impacting the autism community are welcome to meet with our President to discuss the possibilities.

Make-A-Wish
www.makeawishohio.org
Make-A-Wish grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.
Job Title: Wish Referral Intern – Chapter Headquarters (Columbus, OH).

Description:
•Support the Wish Referral Process by managing wish inquiries, referrals & outreach
•Communicate with families & medical professionals
•Update & maintain records in wish database
•Answer telephones & dispense appropriate messages & incoming faxes
•Assist with other projects as needed
•Operate within the policies & procedures established by the National Office & local Chapter

Qualifications:
•Able to manage & prioritize multiple tasks effectively; strong organizational, project & time management skills
•Excellent communication & customer skills

NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio
www.ProChoiceOhio.org
NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio is committed to developing a constituency that uses the democratic process to guarantee every woman the right to choose reproductive options, including family planning, sexuality education, and safe, legal abortion. NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio offers a variety of internship and volunteer options, from assisting with research, legislative advocacy, volunteer management, development and fundraising, and communications. Our internship program is a great way to get experience working for a highly effective non-profit organization and work to protect a woman's right to make personal & private reproductive health decisions without governmental interference. For more information on our internship program or volunteering email Info@ProChoiceOhio.org.

National Youth Advocate Program
www.nyap.org
National Youth Advocate Program (NYAP) provides services for youth and families involved in the child welfare, juvenile justice and mental health systems. Parent Advocate Connections (PAC) Program provides mentoring services to parents involved with the Child Welfare system. Mentors are trained and supported to cultivate informal, caring relationships with their mentees in order to role model and influence the development of positive parenting and household management. The ultimate goal of the PAC program is to strengthen parents’ ability to care for their children in order to prevent placement of children in foster care, or other alternative placements, and to help families live productively and successfully in the community.

Nationwide Children's Hospital - Center for Biobehavioral Health
http://www.nationwidechildrens.org/center-for-biobehavioral-health
The Center for Biobehavioral Health seeks to improve the health and health care of children, adolescents, and their families through behavioral research on vulnerable individuals and populations, using a multidisciplinary and biopsychosocial approach. Research Interests: To identify biological, psychological, and social factors associated with developmental risk and resiliency in children and families; to design and test innovative interventions that will promote the health and quality of life of children and their families. A wide variety of research projects are ongoing, involving individuals from infancy to early adulthood. Check out the CBH website and contact the Principal Investigator for the lab you are interested in to see if they have any opportunities available.

Northwest Counseling Services
www.northwestcounselingservices.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 Northwest Counseling Services: 273-2969. Or send an e-mail to: mentoringnorthwest@northwestcounselingservices.org

Northwestern Mutual
http://kfg.nmfn.com/
The Northwestern Mutual Financial Network offers a personalized approach to uncovering financial solutions tailored to each client’s individual needs. We are currently recruiting candidates for both internships and full-time careers as Financial Representatives. Financial Representatives strive to understand their clients' goals and visions in order to uncover financial solutions that put them on a path to success. Financial Representatives are in business for themselves – but they're not alone to uncover financial solutions that put them on a path to success. Northwestern Mutual representatives and interns provide expert guidance and innovative solutions to help meet a client’s financial goals and objectives at every life stage.

Odyssey Hospice
http://www.odyssey-healthcare.com/default.asp
Odyssey volunteers are indispensable to the patients and families we serve, and are key members of our hospice care team.Through their caring, compassion, and time given to hospice patients, our volunteers continue to make an invaluable contribution to community, personal emotional and spiritual growth, and greater appreciation for life.

WHAT VOLUNTEERS CAN DO
--Visit patients in a facility or in their homes.
--Assist with administrative tasks in the office.
--Bake birthday cakes for patients.
--Create & send personalized cards to patients.
--Be present with a patient.

We invite you to join our team!

Ohio Department of Youth Services - Juvenile Parole
http://www.dys.ohio.gov/dnn/
Student interns will be introduced to all DYS parole related policies and Standard Operating Procedures. They will be given the opportunity to attend monthly All-Staff meetings as well as attend any regional office parole related training(s) being offered. Student interns will become familiar with this angency's computerized tracking and data base systems as well as our Division of Parole’s ACA (American Correctional Association Accreditation) process. 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.

Peace Corps
www.peacecorps.gov
Peace Corps Volunteers serve in more than 70 countries. By providing technical assistance to countries that request it, Peace Corps shares America's most precious resources - its people and their skills. Peace Corps Volunteers represent a legacy of service that has been a significant part of America's history for more than 50 years, sharing a positive image abroad. Their desire to make a difference has improved the lives of millions of people - not just in communities around the world, but also in their U.S. communities when they return home. Serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer is an experience like no other. Volunteers learn a new language, exchange ideas, and take part in their communities as partners and friends. Explore how the Peace Corps can fit into your future.

Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio (SARNCO)
http://www.ohiohealth.com/sexualassaultresponsenetwork
SARNCO is looking for caring and compassionate women and men who: care about ending sexual and relationship violence, excel at listening to the needs of others, and want to truly make a difference in the community. As a SARNCO Volunteer Advocate, you will be a part of our mission to empower all survivors and co-survivors (their friends or family members) of sexual and relationship violence and in time, to eliminate these forms of abuse, through culturally competent prevention and outreach programming. Opportunities include: Helpline Advocates: answer calls to the 24-Hour Rape Helpline and provide crisis intervention, support and information and referrals to survivors and co-survivors (friends and family members) of sexual assault; Hospital Advocates: meet with survivors and co-survivors at local hospitals following a sexual assault, and provide emotional support and information about options and resources; and Education Advocates: give educational presentations to students and community groups on sexual and relationship violence prevention. There is also opportunities for participating in community events.

Suicide Prevention Services – North Central Mental Health Services
www.suicidepreventionservices.org
Suicide Prevention Services, a program of North Central Mental Health Services, has opportunities for students to volunteer on a 24-hour crisis intervention phoneline, located just south of the OSU campus. Extensive hands on training is provided at no cost, on Tuesday evenings (Sept 28th - Nov 6th), and on the three fall Saturdays with no home football games scheduled. After completing training, volunteers work a 6-hour weekly shift on the Suicide Prevention Hotline, from December 2012 through May 2013. Benefits: Improve communication and rapport-building skills, learn how to help individuals in crisis situations, gain practical experience working with mental health issues, great references for resume and grad school applications. Make a difference!

The Ohio Psychological Association
www.ohpsych.org
The Ohio Psychological Association is the prize-winning state psychological association for psychology students, faculty, and licensed psychologists in Ohio. Student members are part of OPAGS and the President serves as a voting member of OPA's Board and attends APA's State Leadership Conference in Washington,D.C. Student volunteers are needed for The OPA State Convention held in Columbus in the fall and for the OPA Legislative Advocacy Day at the Ohio Statehouse in the spring. In addition, students are encouraged to present posters at convention and to submit articles for OPA publications. OPAGS members learn leadership skills, contribute to OPA research projects, and testify at the Statehouse. As an OPAGS member, students can seek out mentors and use the OPA listserv for research.

The Ohio State University Student Wellness Center (SWC)
www.swc.osu.edu
The SWC provides prevention and risk-reduction services for OSU students. We offer internships, practicums, and volunteer opportunities in a variety of areas from sexual wellness, alcohol/tobacco/other drugs, sexual violence, marketing, wellness research, social norms marketing, among many other options.

Wexner Medical Center at OSU - Critical Care Administration
The Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University Medical Center is committed to enhancing the quality of care provided to patients. Under the direct supervision of the ICU Family Support Coordinators, this position is responsible for providing family support, education, mediation/issue resolution, project support, and patient information in the Critical Care areas so that optimal quality and communication can be achieved. This position supports the development, implementation, and coordination of programs and services that promote positive patient relations and patient/family satisfaction including customer service behaviors and Service Plus skills.

Graduate Programs & Offices

Baldwin Wallace University
www.bw.edu
We offer Leadership in Higher Education - includes internships (2 year Master of Arts in Education program), Physician Assistant (2 year Master of Medical Science), and Bachelor of Science in Nursing (1 year post baccalaureate program).

Gannon University - MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

www.gannon.edu
Gannon University is a Catholic, student-centered university located in downtown Erie, PA. Our Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling is a 60-credit CACREP accredited program. Graduates are prepared for a variety of careers including clinical mental health, human service agencies, college and university counseling and residential treatment. Graduates are prepared to pursue National Counselor Certification (NCC) and licensure as a Professional Counselor (LPC). Erie, PA has a wealth of social service agencies in which our students do practicums and interships; many are parlayed into full-time job opportunities upon graduation from the program.

John Carroll University
http://sites.jcu.edu/graduatestudies/
John Carroll University is a private, coeducational university located in Cleveland, Ohio. John Carroll University offers master's degrees in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Educational Psychology, School Counseling, and School Psychology. Scholarships and assistantship positions are available. U.S. News & World Report's 2012 edition of Best Colleges ranks John Carroll University #7 among universities in the Midwest offering master’s programs. This marks the 23rd consecutive year that the University has been named as one of the top 10 regional institutions.

Kent State University - Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences
http://www.kent.edu/ehhs/spsy/index.cfm
Do you enjoy making a difference in the lives of children? Do you want to be part of one of the 50 Best Careers? Do you want to enjoy excellent job prospects? Then consider a career in School Psychology. School Psychologists use foundations of psychology and education to understand school systems, effective teaching, and successful learning. They have an active role in identifying the psychological, behavioral, social, or emotional issues that prevent students’ achievement and craft a solution that promotes success. The School Psychology (SPSY) training program at Kent State University is steeped in history and remains as a national leader in preparing tomorrow’s School Psychologists to work as influential leaders and agents of change within schools and mental health settings. Specifically, faculty within the program train students to be data-oriented problem-solvers with the ability to develop and implement prevention/intervention programs for a variety of behavioral, social, and academic concerns. While in the program, students translate their coursework preparations to “real world” practice through a variety of supervised field experiences. Our professors have notable expertise in the areas of school-based mental health, early childhood learning, autism spectrum disorders, positive behavior support, and response to intervention. Through its vision and distinguished faculty, the SPSY program continues a tradition of national leadership. Graduates of the SPSY program are sought throughout the state, as well as nationally. Moreover, 100% of our graduates have gained employment even through tough economic times. Currently, the program has full accreditation from the American Psychology Association (APA) at the doctoral level (the only doctoral school psychology training program in Ohio to hold this accreditation) and full approval from the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) for its specialist-level training program. This program will provide you with a solid foundation of knowledge, experience, and training to be competent a School Psychologist whose services positively impact children and families.

Ohio University - Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education
http://www.cehs.ohio.edu
Students interested in fields related to counseling such as school counseling, rehabilitation counseling and mental health/clinical counseling will have an opportunity to speak directly with an individual pursuing the field and profession. Information such as the type of program and requirements for admission with be discussed. At The Patton College, we prepare educators, practitioners and human service professionals to be leaders. The Patton College has more than 100 faculty members serving more than 2,100 undergraduate and 800 graduate students. Housed in McCracken Hall and Grover Center, we have proud history spanning 125 years. The Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education strives to be an equitable, effective and interactive learning community that makes a difference to education and human development through excellence in teaching, scholarship and service.

The Ohio State University - College of Nursing
www.nursing.osu.edu
The College of Nursing provides an opportunity for students with a baccalaureate degree in a major other than nursing to earn a Master of Science in nursing. After meeting prerequisites, students complete all necessary coursework leading to a master’s degree in three years of full-time study. Students select a specialty at the time of application to the Graduate Entry option. Specialties include pediatrics, psychiatric mental health, family practice, adult, women’s health to name a few. Advance Practice Nurses (APN) include Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Nurse Specialist and Midwives. After completing 18 months of full-time study, students are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX). Eligibility for certification in the specialty area will occur upon graduation. The primary goal of the Graduate Entry option is to prepare graduates for advanced practice nursing in a variety of clinical settings ranging from private practices, clinics, hospitals, and businesses to managed care organizations and governmental agencies. Students acquire knowledge, values, and skills necessary for advanced practice nursing through coursework, clinical experience, and research.

The Ohio State University - College of Optometry
http://optometry.osu.edu
The Ohio State University College of Optometry values and supports diversity among its faculty, students, and staff. We promote an atmosphere of mutual respect and inclusion within our classrooms, laboratories, and clinics. Our faculty members are recognized internationally for their academic credentials, real-life experience, and cutting-edge research. We share the resources of the most comprehensive health sciences center in the nation, and provide a well-rounded learning experience that will fully prepare you for optometric practice both today and in the future.

The Ohio State University - Counselor Education Program
go.osu.edu/counseloreducation
The mission of the Counselor Education Program at The Ohio State University is to prepare highly qualified, ethical and culturally competent, professional counselors and counselor educators drawn from a pool of international applicants for careers in schools, agencies, universities and communities throughout the United States using evidence-based best practices, quality pedagogy, and intensive contextual training.

The Ohio State University - Fisher College of Business
http://fisher.osu.edu/mlhr
The Master of Labor and Human Resources (MLHR) program is a graduate program geared to students who are interested in deeper study of human resources with a focus on practice using theory. The Fisher MLHR program is one of the few graduate HR programs in the U.S. housed in a business college. There are no "preferred" undergraduate majors for this program - ALL majors are welcome to apply, especially psychology majors! You may complete this program either as a full time (two years) or part time (three or more years) student. Corporate recruiters love Fisher MLHR students - average annual salary for students coming out of this program is regularly greater than $65K. We look forward to speaking with you at the 2012 Ohio State Career, Internship, and Graduate School Fair!

The Ohio State University - John Glenn School of Public Affairs
www.glenn.osu.edu
The John Glenn School of Public Affairs at The Ohio State University offers graduate degree programs for individuals interested in pursuing a career in the public, private, or non-profit sectors. The Glenn School offers a Master of Public Administration (MPA), Master of Arts in Public Policy and Management (MA), a PhD program, and several dual degree programs. Dual degree offerings include partnerships with City and Regional Planning, Social Work, Public Health, Slavic and Eastern European Studies, Environment and Natural Resources, Law, Business, and others. Applicants from all undergraduate programs are welcome to apply. The Glenn School also coordinates an intership program in Washington, D.C. that is open to all undergraduate majors. For more information call 614-688-4942.

The Ohio State University - School of Educational Policy and Leadership
http://ehe.osu.edu/epl
Our school has a distinguished tradition of pursuing scholarship and offering graduate programs in academic fields that contribute to the formation of sound policy and effective leadership for educational institutions in all settings and levels. EPL faculty incorporate expertise from a broad range of disciplines across the social sciences, humanities, and cognate disciplines: Educational Administration (k-12 School Administration), Educational Philosophy, Educational Psychology, Educational Technology, Higher Education and Student Affairs, Cultural Foundations of Education, Quantitative Research, Evaluation and Measurement, Qualitative Research, and Educational Policy Studies.

The Ohio State University - School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
www.hrs.osu.edu
The OSU Physical Therapy Graduate Program offers a Clinical Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT). This degree consists of 117 credit hours taken over 9 consecutive semesters. The program provides an integrative approach to the didactic, laboratory, and clinical experiences required in health care and physical therapy as it is practiced in the current medical environment. The Masters of Occupational Therapy (MOT) prepares students for a dynamic health care profession engaged in functional rehabilitation of individuals with physical, psychological, or developmental disabilities as well as wellness and disability prevention. The MOT program combines courses on theory and practice with clinical experiences.

The Ohio State University - School Psychology
http://legacy.ehe.osu.edu/paes/school-psychology/
The foundation for the School Psychology program at The Ohio State University is based on socio-cultural theories of psychological and educational practices with youth. Socio-cultural theories encompass social cognition and social behavioral principles of understanding and working with a diversity of youth in America's schools. Children do not experience life in a vacuum, but do so within socio-cultural contexts such as school, home, and community. The focus of the School Psychology program is service delivery 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. http://legacy.ehe.osu.edu/paes/apply/

The University of Akron
http://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
http://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.

University of St. Thomas
http://www.stthomas.edu/gradpsych/default.html
The University of St. Thomas as a Catholic university seeks to develop morally responsible individuals who combine career competence with cultural awareness and intellectual curiosity. The Graduate School of Professional Psychology is dedicated to the training, education, and professional development of general practitioner-scholars who will make ethical, professional, and creative contributions to their communities and the professional discipline of counseling psychology. Both the MA and PsyD programs strive toward leadership in emphasizing a practitioner-scholar focus with lifelong learners. Teaching, scholarship, practice, and service responsive to diverse perspectives, a blend of practical and reflective inquiry, and social needs.

Wright State University
http://www.wright.edu/sopp/
The School of Professional Psychology is among the first university professional school programs to be founded in the country and has been in existence for over 25 years. The School's competency-based curriculum is a five-year plan that includes four years of course work (including three years of clinical practica), followed by a year-long pre-doctoral internship. The students in our program are a diverse group who range in age from early 20’s to early 50’s. About 37% of the students represent minority groups and 7% are international students. Our program has a very high retention rate with about 86% of our students who are admitted and matriculate through the program, earning the Psy.D. degree.

Xavier University
www.xavier.edu/psychology
The Psychology Department at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, offers a five-year APA accredited Psy.D. degree in clinical psychology with a practitioner-scientist orientation. Students are educated in a range of skills to provide psychological services in today’s changing professional climate. Special “areas of interest” are available in working with children and adolescents, the elderly, and individuals with severe mental disabilities. Research and dissertation opportunities are encouraged in a range of areas, and field placement experiences provide opportunities to apply theoretical knowledge. For over 50 years, the Department has also offered thesis-based MA programs in psychology with concentrations in industrial-organizational and experimental psychology.

Youngstown State University - Department of Counseling, Special Education, & School Psychology
http://web.ysu.edu/bcoe/cse/
Youngstown State University is located an hour from Cleveland and Pittsburgh. The Department of Counseling, Special Education, & School Psychology develops professionals who are committed to empowering individuals to achieve their full potential. The CACREP accredited masters (M.S.Ed.) degree in Counseling has options in a) Clinical Mental Health Counseling, b) School Counseling, c) Addiction Counseling, d) Student Affairs and e) College Counseling. The masters in Special Education includes options in a) Autism and Related Disabilities, b) Intervention Specialist, and c) General Special Education. The educational specialist (Ed.S.) degree in School Psychology includes a master’s degree in Intervention Services. Approx. 1/3 of our graduate students receive graduate assistantships.

 

Career and Graduate School Services

Arts and Sciences Career Services Office
www.asccareerservices.osu.edu
The Arts and Sciences Career Services Office is dedicated to assisting undergraduate students in the Arts and Sciences with finding internships, exploring career options, and planning a strategic job search. Through our FutureLink system, students are connected to hundreds of internship and job opportunities. Students also have the ability to meet individually with career services advisors and participate in a variety of career development workshops.

Buckeye Careers
http://careers.osu.edu/
Buckeye Careers Network serves as Ohio State's university-wide online resource to connect Ohio State students with employers for jobs, internships, co-ops, and career opportunities.

Kaplan Test Prep
www.kaptest.com
Kaplan Test Prep is the recognized leader in graduate school test preparation. With the highest regarded instructors, most testing content and the industry leading guarantee, more students enter GRAD School utilizing Kaplan than all other major companies combined.

Undergraduate Research Office
http://undergraduateresearch.osu.edu
The Undergraduate Research Office serves as a central clearinghouse for information about and a voice for undergraduate research at Ohio State. The office promotes and supports undergraduate researchers through its many programs and resources available to all undergraduates. Interested students are encouraged to sign up for the URO listserv, attend programs, visit our office and our website for more information about how to get started in research at The Ohio State University. The URO is represented at today's Psychology Career Fair by current psychology undergraduate student researchers.