Department of Psychology Title The Ohio State University
Undergraduate


Below is a list of Organizations and Graduate Programs who attended the Fall 2013 Fair:

Entry Level Jobs

Absolute Care
www.absolutecare.org
Absolute Care provides services to individuals with disabilities. We offer in-home supports, community integration programming, therapeutic day programming, nurse case-management and ongoing training for direct care giving professionals. Currently, we are accepting applications for: Direct Support Professionals, Home Managers, Program Coordinators, Day Habilitation Van Drivers.

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
goodwillcolumbus.org
Goodwill Columbus is the fifth largest non-profit in Central Ohio whose mission it is to offer work and employment opportunities to individuals with developmental disabilities and other barriers to employment. Last year Goodwill Columbus offered services to over 3500 people in Franklin County. We offer over 15 programs to individuals including work shops, supported living, day programs and job training. With over 1,000 employees we hire individuals from The Ohio State University Department of Psychology in most of our Mission Programs. The opportunities include Activity Specialist, Training Specialist, Program Managers, Case Managers, Personal Care Specialist, Behavior Support Aides and Direct Care Specialist.

Health Care Management Services - Pomegranate Health Systems
www.pomegranatehealthsystems.com
Pomegranate Health Systems provides secure residential treatment for mental and behavioral health disorders, shelter care, diagnostic evaluation, and acute hospitalization. We are a 24-hour facility.
We have entry level employment and intern/volunteer opportunities;
We need Youth Leaders for all 3 shifts, full and part time.
Internship/volunteer opportunities are dependent upon your area of interest: Clinical, Administration, or Case management.

Nationwide Children's Hospital
http://www.nationwidechildrens.org/autism
The Behavioral Intervention Aide implements behavioral intervention for young children diagnosed with autism in the child’s home or school. Aides are provided with extensive training on Autism and behavioral intervention techniques which is a combination of lecture and hands-on training. The lecture trainings cover diagnosis, research, and basic principles of Applied Behavioral Analysis. The hands-on trainings occur in the client's home, school, or in the community. During the hands-on training the new BI Aides will shadow trained staff to learn how to put theory into practice. The BI Aides are integral to the services provided by the Intensive Behavioral Intervention Program, which is one branch of Nationwide Children's Hospital Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Pomegranate Health Systems
www.phs-kids.com
Pomegranate Health Systems is a provider of residential psychiatric care. We treat mental health disorders, behavioral health disorders, teens in crisis with suicidal or homicidal ideation, psychosis, teens in need of shelter care, or facing juvenile court charges. Pomegranate Health Systems provides an intensive level of therapy that is both integrative and evidence-based, from a trauma-informed care perspective. Assessments are multi-disciplinary under direction of psychiatrists. We currently offer intern/volunteer opportunities and full-time and part-time employment opportunities in the following areas: Youth Leader, CPST, Case Manager, RN, LPN, and Therapist.

Teach For America
www.teachforamerica.org
Teach For America is growing the movement of leaders who work to ensure that kids growing up in poverty get an excellent education. We recruit a diverse group of leaders with a record of achievement who work to expand educational opportunity, starting by teaching for two years in a low-income community. We provide intensive training, support and career development that helps these leaders increase their impact and deepen their understanding of what it takes to eliminate educational inequity. A growing movement of leaders, nearly 28,000 strong, works at every level of education, policy and other professions, to ensure that all children can receive an excellent education. Learn more and apply at www.teachforamerica.org!

Total Quality Logistics
www.tql.com
TQL is a fast-paced, energetic transportation sales organization and is currently the nation’s 2nd largest third party logistics firm. Built on values of flawless customer service and dedication to innovative technology, TQL is committed to hiring only the most elite candidates. Earning this position means you are ready to bring a hard work ethic and the commitment necessary to become one of the best in our industry. As TQL continues to expand nationwide, we are looking to grow our business by hiring confident individuals who will work hard to reach success. Our team environment, unlimited earning potential and dedication to your success through training and development provides an ideal setting for any entry-level candidate looking to start a successful sales career.

Internships/Volunteer

American Red Cross of Greater Columbus
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.

Catholic Social Services
www.colscss.org
Catholic Social Services' Friendly Visiting Program screens, trains, and matches volunteers with isolated, Franklin County residents, over the age of 60. Volunteers provide companionship through visiting, reading, writing, light exercise, discuss current events, hobbies, prep light meals/snack, any number of activities, 1 to 3-hrs each week with nominal program reporting. Participants must be at least 18 years of age, complete a thorough background check & 3-hr initial training. Volunteers will attend quarterly trainings to supplement their experience.

CISabroad
www.cisabroad.com
CISabroad offers a wide range of Study abroad opportunities and customized internships. Students may choose to study at one of our locations during the semester, summer or during a January session. Our internships offer students a hands on experience in their field of study. In addition to interning in a different country, students can also opt in to get credit for their time as well.

Columbus Metropolitan Library
www.columbuslibrary.org
Columbus Metropolitan Library is one of the nation's premier libraries. Our 21 locations lead the way in providing information resources to Central Ohio. In 2012 Columbus Metropolitan Library loaned 15 million items to 7.4 million visitors, with another 7.2 million visits to our web resources, making the library available to all 24/7. Proof of our dedication to serving children lies in our extensive Young Minds initiative, which has Homework Help Centers at all 21 branches. If you are looking for an opportunity to engage children in an educational environment, drop by our table.

COSI
www.cosi.org
COSI is a vibrant hands-on inquiry-based science center for all ages, offering interactive exhibits and traveling exhibits, movies, live shows, and special programming and activities. Just a few of our exhibits include: Adventure, Life, Space, Ocean, Little Kidspace, and Big Science Park. Several ongoing volunteer opportunities are available as well as college internships throughout the year.

Dennis Learning Center
dennislearningcenter.osu.edu
The Dennis Learning Center is devoted to the academic success of students at The Ohio State University. We encourage success by connecting a student’s academic methods to what research in psychology is saying about the learning process. We are currently looking for a motivated undergraduate to join our team of Learning Specialists. These specialists work with the center to deliver 45 minute workshops as well as one-one-one appointments on learning and motivation strategies. This is a paid internship that offers a chance to work in a professional capacity and begin applying psychological concepts.

Gentiva Hospice
www.gentiva.com
Gentiva Hospice provides compassionate care for those at the end of life's journey. Volunteers offer support to patients & families, as well as administrative assistance in the office. Internships available - hospice, healthcare mgmt or volunteer mgmt; Patient Support- Patient visits-chat, read, play checkers, watch TV, sing, play or listen to music, Vigil Volunteers–ensure, to the best of their ability, that no one dies alone, by being present for the patient who is actively dying; Administrative Support- filing, data entry, assemble admission & legal packets, assist in Medical Records, coordinate/pack supplies, phone calls to patients/caregivers to ensure excellent care, sew/knit comfort items, bake cookies & birthday cakes. Hospice isn't just what we do, it's who we are. Join us!

Girls on the Run of Franklin County
www.girlsontherunfranklincounty.org
Over a period of 10 weeks, girls in the 3rd through 8th grade participate in an after-school program like no other. The Girls on the Run lessons encourage positive emotional, social, mental and physical development. Participants explore and discuss their own beliefs around experiences and challenges girls face at this age. They also develop important strategies and skills to help them navigate life experiences. We start with helping the girls get a better understanding of who they are and what’s important to them. Warm-up your spirit fingers, lace up your sneakers and inspire a group of girls to be strong and healthy. We are looking for volunteer coaches and running buddies facilitate our easy to follow curriculum with groups of 8-15 girls.

Goodwill Columbus
goodwillcolumbus.org
Goodwill Columbus is the fifth largest non-profit in Central Ohio whose mission it is to offer work and employment opportunities to individuals with developmental disabilities and other barriers to employment. Last year Goodwill Columbus offered services to over 3500 people in Franklin County. We offer over 15 programs to individuals including work shops, supported living, day programs and job training. With over 1,000 employees we hire individuals from The Ohio State University Department of Psychology in most of our Mission Programs. The opportunities include Activity Specialist, Training Specialist, Program Managers, Case Managers, Personal Care Specialist, Behavior Support Aides and Direct Care Specialist.

Haugland Learning Center
www.hauglandlearningcenter.com
Haugland Learning Center is an educational program serving students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. We serve students ages 3-22 across a variety of programs. Our main focus is on improving academic functioning for students who struggle in a traditional school setting. We also offer an intensive early behavior intervention program focusing on teaching basic language and learning skills to students newly diagnosed with ASD. Interns will be assigned to work with students on a one-on-one basis to help them learn or to facilitate inclusion in groups. Interns will receive training prior to starting with students as well as ongoing training. All individuals working with our students must complete a background check.

Health Care Management Services - Pomegranate Health Systems
www.pomegranatehealthsystems.com
Pomegranate Health Systems provides secure residential treatment for mental and behavioral health disorders, shelter care, diagnostic evaluation, and acute hospitalization. We are a 24-hour facility.
We have entry level employment and intern/volunteer opportunities;
We need Youth Leaders for all 3 shifts, full and part time.
Internship/volunteer opportunities are dependent upon your area of interest: Clinical, Administration, or Case management.

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 relationships and household management. The ultimate goal of the PAC program is to strengthen the 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.

New Directions Career Center
http://www.NewDirectionsCC.org
Our mission is to empower women in transition to achieve and maintain economic self-sufficiency. The Center achieves its mission by providing career counseling and employment-related education and information services. Lives get changed here. We are change partners, encouraging individuals to transform their lives. We endorse and support efforts toward self-sufficiency, paid employment, and increased independence. We empower clients to knock down barriers to employment, face challenges to job retention, and open doors to career advancement. We have a passionate group of Young Professionals (NDYP)dedicated to furthering the mission of NDCC through networking, fundraising, and community service. Limited internship opportunities may also be available.

North Central Mental Health Services - Suicide Prevention Services
www.suicidepreventionservices.org
The Suicide Prevention Services (SPS) is a program of North Central Mental Health Services, located on High St. just south of the OSU campus. We operate 24-hour crisis intervention Hotlines, as well as outreach and community education programs. Students wanting to volunteer on the Suicide Prevention Hotline will receive 52 hours of hands-on free training covering topics including communication and engagement skills, suicide risk assessment, community resources and referrals and handling imminent risk situations. Volunteers commit to work 6 hours a week on the Suicide Prevention Hotline, from December through May. Students who volunteer may receive internship credit. It is also a very good way to get experience working with mental health clients.

Northwest Counseling Services
mentoringnorthwest@northwestcounselingservices.org
Mentoring Northwest is seeking caring volunteers 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.

Ohio Department of Youth Services - Bureau of Juvenile Parole
www.dys.ohio.gov
Ohio’s eighty-eight counties are divided into five regional offices located around the state. Positions at the regional offices include: a Regional Administrator, Casework Supervisors, Parole Officers, Psychologists, Social Program Coordinators, Security Officers, Fiscal Officers and additional administrative support. Youth committed to the DYS institutions are released to parole supervision 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 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 attend multiple Court hearings as well as visit community-based service providers.

Ohio Psychological Association
www.ohpsych.org
Ohio Psychological Association is one of the top state psychological associations in the country. It has an active and award-winning student group called OPAGS. Joining OPAGS as an undergraduate provides opportunities to attend an OPAGS events, to volunteer at OPA professional workshops and to network with current graduate students and professionals. The annual OPA Convention features a student poster competition and a workshop for psychology undergraduates on "How to get into Graduate School". OPA also promotes advocacy for students and psychologists, access to mental health services for all, and active involvement in public policy work. Recent task forces include those working to decrease bullying, promoting psychological services for injured workers and those with autism.

OSU Student Wellness Center
www.swc.osu.edu
The Student Wellness Center has multiple opportunities for students of all majors to explore holistic concepts of wellness. Volunteers will receive specialized training, the opportunity to shadow experienced coaches, and the experience to independently work with students or develop and deliver other programming components. Volunteering in the Student Wellness Center will help enhance your personal strengths and foster the development of many transferrable skills like problem-solving skills, communication skills, interpersonal skills, organizational skills, cultural competency, teamwork, dependability, integrity, leadership, conflict resolution and adaptability.

OSU Undergraduate Research Office
http://undergraduateresearch@osu.edu
The Undergraduate Research Office promotes opportunities for undergraduate students to engage in meaningful research at The Ohio State University. Stop by our table to talk with undergraduate researchers from psychology to learn how you may get started in psychology research.

OSU Wexner Medical Center - Critical Care Administration
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.

Peace Corps
www.peacecorps.gov
Throughout its history, Peace Corps has adapted and responded to issues of the times. In an ever-changing world, Peace Corps Volunteers have met new challenges with innovation, creativity, determination, and compassion. From AIDS education to emerging technologies to environmental preservation to new market economies, Peace Corps Volunteers have helped people build better lives for themselves. Their work in villages, towns , and cities around the globe represents a legacy of service that has become a significant part of America's history and positive image abroad.

Pomegranate Health Systems
www.phs-kids.com
Pomegranate Health Systems is a provider of residential psychiatric care. We treat mental health disorders, behavioral health disorders, teens in crisis with suicidal or homicidal ideation, psychosis, teens in need of shelter care, or facing juvenile court charges. Pomegranate Health Systems provides an intensive level of therapy that is both integrative and evidence-based, from a trauma-informed care perspective. Assessments are multi-disciplinary under direction of psychiatrists. We currently offer intern/volunteer opportunities and full-time and part-time employment opportunities in the following areas: Youth Leader, CPST, Case Manager, RN, LPN, and Therapist.

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.

US Army Medical Recruiting Center
www.healthcare.goarmy.com
The Army offers many exciting opportunities to practice clinical psychology in a variety of settings in the United States, Europe and other overseas locations. Army clinical psychology officers provide a full range of psychological services to Soldiers, family members and military retirees. Assignment options include major medical centers, community hospitals and clinics. The Health Professions Scholarship Program provides one- and two-year scholarships in accredited clinical psychology doctoral programs. It includes full tuition, a monthly stipend of more than $2,000 and payment of required fees. The Clinical Psychology Internship Program is a 12-month training program at one of the Army's premiere Major Medical Centers.

Graduate Programs & Offices

Baldwin Wallace University
www.bw.edu
Baldwin Wallace offers a Master of Education: Leadership in Higher Education and a Master of Medical Science: Physician Assistant.

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), Sport and Exercise Science, Business Administration, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Computer and Information Science, Curriculum and Instruction, Engineering, English, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Pastoral Studies, Public Administration and Reading. Gannon also offers several graduate assistantships and graduate student housing.

John Carroll University
www.jcu.edu/graduate
John Carroll University offers master's degrees in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Psychology, School Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Nonprofit Administration. The University also offers a new certificate program in Spiritual Wellness and Counseling. Scholarships and assistantship positions are available.

Ohio University - Counselor Education
http://www.cehs.ohio.edu/academics/che/ce/index.htm
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. The program also includes a counseling practicum (100 work experience hours) and internship (600 total work experience hours) to provide extensive experience. Concentrations are available in the following areas: Clinical Mental Health, Counseling (M.Ed.), Rehabilitation Counseling (M.Ed.), and School Counseling (M.Ed.). 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.

Ohio University - MSW Program
www.ohio.edu/chsp/sph/academics/sw.cfm
The Master of Social Work Program is accepting MSW applications from Oct. 2 through Jan. 14 at 5 p.m. EST. The Ohio University Department of Social Work has operated a CSWE-accredited bachelors’ degree program since 1974. Responding to community demands, the department developed an MSW program with emphasis on service in rural environments. The MSW program was admitted to candidacy for accreditation by the Council on Social Work Education in February 1999, and has been fully accredited since 2002. The program has one specialization: clinical. The program offers full-time (2 years), a 3-year program, a 4-year program, and advanced standing.

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 - Department of Educational Studies
http://ehe.osu.edu/educational-studies/
Our department 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. Educational Studies faculty incorporate expertise from a broad range of disciplines across the social sciences, humanities, and cognate disciplines. Our highly ranked 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 - Fisher College of Business
http://fisher.osu.edu/mhrm
Interested in using your psychology major in an applied, real world business setting? The two year Fisher Master of Human Resource Management program welcomes ALL majors to apply. Unlike MBA programs, the Fisher MHRM program neither expects nor requires you to have post baccalaureate work experience in order to apply. Over 40% of each class consists of students majoring in the social sciences - psychology majors always make up the largest group of students in each class. Average starting salary for the most recent graduating class was over $60,000 and are employed by companies such as Limited Brands, Exxon Mobil, General Electric, and Rolls Royce. Learn more and apply today at fisher.osu.edu/mhrm.

The Ohio State University - Moritz College of Law
moritzlaw.osu.edu
The Moritz College of Law has served the citizens of Ohio and the nation since its establishment in 1891. Our curriculum is designed to provide a strong theoretical and analytical foundation, as well as multiple opportunities for developing and honing students' lawyering skills. Moritz Law faculty members are devoted teachers, as well as nationally recognized scholars in their fields. Classes consist of dynamic interchange: professors challenge students to improve the rigor of their analysis, to refine their problem-solving technique, and to enhance the creativity and thoughtfulness with which they approach legal issues. Through an extensive series of writing, advocacy, and clinical courses, Moritz Law students hone their talents as clear, crisp, and persuasive speakers and writers.

The Ohio State University - School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
http://medicine.osu.edu/hrs/Pages/index.aspx
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 - Student Affiliates in School Psychology
http://sasp.org.ohio-state.edu/index
The foundation for the School Psychology program at OSU is based on socio-cultural theories of psychological and educational practices with youth. The focus of the School Psychology program is service delivery across many different settings with a particular focus on children in urban settings. SASP-OSU is the student association of the School Psychology program at Ohio State. SASP's purpose is to foster professional growth and leadership in the students at OSU by providing opportunities to mentor fellow students and voice issues and concerns that affect the program's student body in an organized manner. SASP also provides a means to maintain a connection with the rest of the university and to develop and maintain networking contact in the field of school psychology.

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.

Union Institute & University
www.myunion.edu
The M.A. in Counseling Psychology program educates counselor practitioners to identify and treat psychological issues in a variety of clinical, educational, and workplace settings. This program is offered as a hybrid delivery model, fulfills state counseling licensure requirements, and provides individualized attention. Union also offers a Doctor of Psychology program with a concentration in clinical psychology, following a practitioner-scholar model. The program’s distributed learning model makes it accessible for working adults to balance career, family, and other responsibilities. This program has received ASPPB/National Register Designation; graduates who apply for licensure as a psychologist typically will meet the jurisdictional educational requirements for licensing, including Ohio.

University of Michigan - Program in Survey Methodology
http://psm.isr.umich.edu/
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.

US Army Medical Recruiting Center
www.healthcare.goarmy.com
The Army offers many exciting opportunities to practice clinical psychology in a variety of settings in the United States, Europe and other overseas locations. Army clinical psychology officers provide a full range of psychological services to Soldiers, family members and military retirees. Assignment options include major medical centers, community hospitals and clinics. The Health Professions Scholarship Program provides one- and two-year scholarships in accredited clinical psychology doctoral programs. It includes full tuition, a monthly stipend of more than $2,000 and payment of required fees. The Clinical Psychology Internship Program is a 12-month training program at one of the Army's premiere Major Medical Centers.

Wright State University - PsyD Program
http://psychology.wright.edu/
For more than 35 years, the Wright State University School of Professional Psychology has offered a doctoral program that is both stimulating and innovative, and integrates a curriculum based on the practitioner model while providing hands on clinical experience. If you are looking for a clinical psychology program that not only provides you with the skills to become a highly competent psychologist, but will enhance you personally, professionally and intellectually, then we invite you to look no further.

Xavier University
www.xavier.edu/psychology
Xavier University's Department of Psycholog offers an APA accredited PsyD in Clinical Psychology. We have 3 areas of interest: child/adolescents, older adults, and individualsx with severe mental disabilities. We also offer two MA programs, Industrial-Organizational Psychology and General 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
Our office is dedicated to assisting undergraduate students in the Arts and Sciences with finding internships, exploring career options, and planning a strategic job search. Those who have completed a bachelor's degree within the past four academic terms are also welcome to use our services and resources.

Career Connection
www.careerconnection.osu.edu
Career Connection is an Office of Student Life that provides career counseling and career related services to all students regardless of college of enrollement. One of our services is to provide assistance to students who are considering applying to grad school from preparing your statement of intent to how to handle the waiting list.

Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions
www.kaptest.com
Kaplan Test Prep is the leader in test preparation. With over 75 years experieince, more students are accepted into a graduate program using Kaplan than all other major prep companies combined. Our instructors are all score certified, scoring a minimum of 90th percentile on the test they teach, and are rated the highest by students. Our courses contain the most individualized content and we have the strongest results guarentee in the industry.