Department of Psychology Title The Ohio State University
Undergraduate


Below is a list of Organizations and Graduate Programs who attended the 2014 Fair:

Entry Level Jobs

Absolute Care
www.absolutecare.org
Absolute Care is an agency that provides in-home support, community integration, therapeutic recreation, adult day programs and nursing services to individuals with Developmental Disabilities throughout Franklin County. Our mission is to enrich the lives of those we serve through care that is tailored to each client’s specific needs and goals.
Here is a list of our current openings:
•Direct Support Professional – We have full time, part time and weekend shifts available:
-Primary responsibilities include the daily routine care and supervision of Absolute Care clients.
•Lead Staff:
-Primary responsibilities include the daily routine care and supervision of Absolute Care clients and provide back-up support to the Program Coordinator

Camp Joy
http://camp-joy.org/
Joy Outdoor Education Center (Camp Joy) is an independent non-profit center focused on helping people grow and succeed through life-long experience based learning. Camp Joy serves a variety of clients from economically disadvantaged youth, to corporate adult groups, school groups, medically challenged youth, and local area youth.

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. You will serve students, schools and communities through academic support, attendance and positive behavior encouragement, lead mentor groups and much more. Benefits include but are not limited to: a living stipend, $5,550 AmeriCorps Education Award, federal student loan forbearance, and health insurance.

Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities (FCBDD)
www.fcbdd.org
The FCBDD is a county agency providing supports to children and adults who have developmental disabilities. Services are provided to residents of Franklin County, Ohio. Our priorities include: helping people to live, learn and work in our community; supporting parents and family members with life-long services where needed; supporting a caring community with cost effective services; providing stability in services, employment and finances; maintaining strong partnerships with other providers. The Psychology Dept. includes 2 psychologists & 9 supervisees who provide direct services (testing, psychotherapy, & behavioral support); training & education for staff, parents & others; and consultation. Current job openings for FCBDD are available at 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 K-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 4 locations. HLC can also offer a MS in Psychology ABA through our partnership with Western Michigan University.

Hittle House - Residential Treatment
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. Family involvement is a crucial component of the therapeutic program at Hittle House. We provide family education and support groups, family therapy, and weekly visitation. Please ask us about our transportation assistance 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 Intensive Behavioral Intervention Program, which is one branch of Nationwide Children's Hospital Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities
http://ood.ohio.gov
Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) is the State of Ohio agency that partners with Ohioans with disabilities to achieve quality employment and independence. OOD is the sole agency administering the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) & Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs in Ohio. OOD has full-time opportunities for professionals to be responsible for a caseload of Social Security disability claims; Gather and analyze electronic medical records; Interview claimants and assist them via phone; Obtain additional claimant information through medical professionals, attorneys and others; Reach determinations about medical eligibility for disability; Prepare written documentation based on the analysis of the evidence.

Student Safety Service - Department of Public Safety
http://dps.osu.edu/sss/
Student Safety Service is a program of the OSU Police Division and assists law enforcement by providing patrol and escort operations for the university. Students are exposed to all different aspects of law enforcement and have access to unique internships. Previous graduates have used their experiences in Student Safety Service to build their resume for graduate schools with criminal psychology programs. Student management opportunities are present for those with leadership abilities.

Teach For America
www.teachforamerica.org
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. Our approach to selecting corps members is based on our commitment to student success. Corps members are charged with very high-stakes work: helping their students achieve the academic success that will expand their life opportunities.

Internships/Volunteer

American Red Cross - Blood Services
www.redcrossblood.org
More than half of the Central Ohio Blood Services staff is made up of volunteers. These volunteers make it possible to carry out the mission of providing safe, reliable, cost-effective blood to patients at 42 hospitals and transfusion centers in 27 counties. You can join the volunteer team today! The American Red Cross Blood Services offers many volunteer positions with flexible scheduling options. Volunteering can be a great way for you to receive documented service hours, enhance your resume, meet new people, and give back to your community. Volunteer opportunities include: Blood Drive Volunteer: welcome and sign in blood donors, or serve refreshments in the Donor Diner, packing and sorting: prepare supplies in warehouse environment to be used at daily blood drives, clerical: help with data input, mailing, filing, special events, and other clerical tasks in the Red Cross offices, telerecruiter: call to recruit previous donors to make appointments to donate blood again or remind donors of set appointments. Training is provided for all positions.

Big Brothers big Sisters
www.bbbscolumbus.org
Big Brothers Big Sisters' mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally-supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. We do this through our school-based programs and community based programs. We are currently seeking interns to assist at our school-based programs for the 2014-2015 school year. Interns would need to have their own transportation to and from a school or our office and be available the same day and time each week for the entire school year.

Camp Joy
http://camp-joy.org/
Joy Outdoor Education Center (Camp Joy) is an independent non-profit center focused on helping people grow and succeed through life-long experience based learning. Camp Joy serves a variety of clients from economically disadvantaged youth, to corporate adult groups, school groups, medically challenged youth, and local area youth.

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 County residents, over the age of 60. Volunteers provide companionship through visiting, reading, writing, light exercise, discussing current events, hobbies, prepping light meals/snack, any number of activities, Visit just 1 to 3-hrs each week to help prevent the negative effects of social isolation. At no cost to the Volunteer, Volunteers will complete a thorough background check & 3-hr initial training. A new study states: employers are looking for persons who volunteer. Turn your career search into a resume building opportunity. Find a new friend, help someone in need, become a Friendly Visiting Volunteer... 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. Looking to get your Graduate Degree? Looking to do it abroad? We can help with that too and at no additional price than if you direct enrolled, actually, with us you'll pay less!

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. You will serve students, schools and communities through academic support, attendance and positive behavior encouragement, lead mentor groups and much more. Benefits include but are not limited to: a living stipend, $5,550 AmeriCorps Education Award, federal student loan forbearance, and health insurance.

Columbus Metropolitan Library
www.columbuslibrary.org
Columbus Metropolitan Library is an award winning public library that has a strong commitment to serving the Central Ohio community, especially our youth. We offer students the opportunity to work with children from kindergarten through high school students from a variety of ethnic and socioeconiomic populations. We will work with students to tailor an internship to the needs of your program.

Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities (FCBDD)
www.fcbdd.org
The FCBDD is a county agency providing supports to children and adults who have developmental disabilities. Services are provided to residents of Franklin County, Ohio. Our priorities include: helping people to live, learn and work in our community; supporting parents and family members with life-long services where needed; supporting a caring community with cost effective services; providing stability in services, employment and finances; maintaining strong partnerships with other providers. The Psychology Dept. includes 2 psychologists & 9 supervisees who provide direct services (testing, psychotherapy, & behavioral support); training & education for staff, parents & others; and consultation. Current job openings for FCBDD are available at www.fcbdd.org.

Gentiva Hospice
http://www.gentiva.com/hospice/
Gentiva Hospice offers internship and volunteer opportunities in hospice patient care and volunteer administration. We welcome students who wish to learn about hospice, its policies and procedures, and its impact on patients and their families during the end of life's journey. Our program is flexible to accommodate the needs of the student. Join our team!

Girls on the Run of Franklin County
www.girlsontherunfranklincounty.org
Our mission is to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. Girls On The Run of Franklin County envisions a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams. Girls on the Run honors its core values. We strive to: Recognize our power and responsibility to be intentional in our decision making, embrace our differences and find strength in our connectedness, express joy, optimism and gratitude through our words, thoughts and actions, nurture our physical, emotional and spiritual health, lead with an open heart, stand up for ourselves and other, and assume positive intent.

Habitat For Humanity - MidOhio
http://www.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 Milo-Grogan 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 K-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 4 locations. HLC can also offer a MS in Psychology ABA through our partnership with Western Michigan University.

Hittle House - Residential Treatment
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. Family involvement is a crucial component of the therapeutic program at Hittle House. We provide family education and support groups, family therapy, and weekly visitation. Please ask us about our transportation assistance program.

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
http://www.ncmhs.org/SuicidePrevention.htm
Become a suicide prevention hotline volunteer!!! Location: North Central Mental Health Services at 1301 N. High St.—south of OSU, across High St from the Kroger store. Fall 2014 Training Dates: from Sept 23 through November 4th, Tuesday evenings and three Saturdays. Volunteer Commitment: After training Volunteers commit to work one 6-hour shift a week, starting Dec 1, 2014 and going until May 31, 2015.

Ohio Department of Youth Services
www.dys.ohio.gov
Student interns will be introduced to all DYS parole related policies and Standard Operating Procedures. They will be given the opportunity to attended monthly All-Staff meetings as well as attend any regional office parole related training(s) being offered. Student interns will become familiar with this agencies 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.

Ohio House Rabbit Rescue
www.OhioHouseRabbitRescue.org
The internship will involve working with Ohio House Rabbit Rescue staff in care of bunnies, supervising other volunteers, and learning about managing a non-profit charitable organization. Participation on a planning committee and in fundraising events is also desired. Opportunities for educational outreach to the community (such as adoption events at Pet Stores and speaking/demonstrations in schools) will also be available.

Ohio Psychological Association & OPAGS
www.ohpsych.org
The Ohio Psychological Association is one of the largest state psychological associations. We were founded in 1949 and were the first state psychological association to have a paid staff person to direct our advocacy, marketing and educational work. We’ve been honored as the best state psychological association twice, best graduate student group twice and best diversity program once. We serve our member psychologists by advocating for their interests and for the people they help.The Ohio Psychological Association of Graduate Students offers members enormous opportunities to enhance their development towards a career in psychology and impact the future of the discipline.

OSU Undergraduate Research Office (URO)
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.

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.

Student Safety Service - Department of Public Safety
http://dps.osu.edu/sss/
Student Safety Service is a program of the OSU Police Division and assists law enforcement by providing patrol and escort operations for the university. Students are exposed to all different aspects of law enforcement and have access to unique internships. Previous graduates have used their experiences in Student Safety Service to build their resume for graduate schools with criminal psychology programs. Student management opportunities are present for those with leadership abilities.

Syntero/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

US Peace Corps
www.peacecorps.gov
As the preeminent international service organization of the United States, the Peace Corps sends Americans abroad to tackle the most pressing needs of people around the world. Peace Corps Volunteers work at the grassroots level toward sustainable change that lives on long after their service—at the same time becoming global citizens and serving their country. When they return home, Volunteers bring their knowledge and experiences—and a global outlook—that enriches the lives of those around them.

Graduate Programs & Offices

Baldwin Wallace University
www.bw.edu
Baldwin Wallace University offers graduate programs in the following areas: MAEd in Leadership in Higher Education; MMS in Physician Assistant; MS in Speech-Language Pathology; 2nd degree BSN; MBA and MAEd for teachers.

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, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Pastoral Studies, Public Administration and Reading. Gannon also offers several graduate assistantships and graduate student housing.

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 K-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 4 locations. HLC can also offer a MS in Psychology ABA through our partnership with Western Michigan University.

John Carroll University
www.jcu.edu/graduate
John Carroll University is located in Cleveland, Ohio. The university offers more than 20 graduate programs and is ranked #7 overall in the Midwest according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2014 edition of Best Colleges. We offer master's degrees in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling, School Psychology, Educational Psychology, and Spiritual Wellness and Counseling. Financial aid as well as graduate assistantships are available.

John Glenn School of Public Affairs
http://glennschool.osu.edu/prospective/mpa/mpa.html
A degree from the John Glenn School of Public Affairs 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 Master of Public Administration (MPA) program consists of a two-year full-time course of study that prepares students for leadership and analytical positions in the public and nonprofit sectors. The core curriculum is designed to provide a solid grounding in the study of public policy, economics, management and leadership, and data analysis.

Ohio University - College of Business
business.ohio.edu
The Ohio University full-time MBA program is a comprehensive one-year program that allows you to:
· Get ready for a seat at the table: Designed especially for the emerging leader with 0-3 years of work experience
· Develop your own leadership style: Focus on building strong business capability in a high performing team culture
· Grow your network: Learn from and interact with industry speakers and influencers. Visit international organizations and regional employers. Tap in to our vast alumni network.
· Learn in a small class with individual attention. Highly involved and engaging program that uses traditional classroom as well as project-based learning
· Apply your learning: Content knowledge that is relevant in today’s business world; we focus on teaching you applicable business skills.

Ohio University - Counselor Education Program
http://www.ohio.edu/education/academic-programs/counseling-and-higher-education/counselor-education/index.cfm
The Counselor Education Program at Ohio University was established in 1948 by George E. Hill, a national leader in Counselor Counselor education graduates work in a variety of positions devoted to service and leadership.Education. The first Ph.D. degree from the program was granted in 1962. All degree programs in Counselor Education are accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Programs (CACREP), and the Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE). Specialty areas of focus include: clinical mental health counseling, rehabilitation counseling, and school counseling (2010 Assessment Report) (2011 Assessment Report). Our graduates are employed throughout the country and abroad in a variety of positions devoted to service and leadership.

The Ohio State University - College of Nursing
www.nursing.osu.edu
IMAGINE YOURSELF…AS AN ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSE! Looking for new opportunities in a nursing career? Prepare to become a clinical nurse specialist, certified nurse practitioner, or certified nurse midwife at one of U.S. News & World Report’s top 30 rated nursing programs. Our graduate entry program is an accelerated, 3-year program for students with a non-nursing bachelor's degree. After completing five prerequisite classes, GE students complete all necessary course work to take the NCLEX RN licensing exam after a year and half into the program. Upon graduation, students are eligible for national board certification in their chosen specialty area.

The Ohio State University - College of Public Health
cph.osu.edu
The Ohio State University College of Public Health offers Bachelors 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 12th by U.S. News and World Report among public schools of public health.

The Ohio State University - College of Social Work
www.csw.ohio-state.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. Students will acquire competence as practitioners, planners, policy makers, and researchers, and are prepared to deliver and evaluate micro- and macro-level interventions.

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 - Department of Educational Studies (School Psychology)
http://ehe.osu.edu/educational-studies/school-psychology/
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. The program has a commitment to diversity at the research, training, and service level. We offer both the EdS and PhD level program.

The Ohio State University - Fisher College of Business (MHRM Program)
https://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. Here, faculty teach in business terms, providing real case scenarios to apply what you’re learning. So that when you enter the field, you’re able to interact with any business function, from finance to marketing to operations. 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.

The Ohio State University - School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
http://medicine.osu.edu/hrs/Pages/index.aspx
The School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (HRS) at The Ohio State University is a nationally recognized leader in the education of allied health providers in the fields of athletic training, health information management, medical dietetics, medical laboratory science, occupational therapy, physical therapy, respiratory therapy, and radiologic sciences and therapy. Graduates of these programs are leaders in their fields who use their knowledge of advanced techniques and technology to deliver quality patient care. All faculty members are experts in their respective fields who lead the way in educational advances, growth of their professions and cutting-edge research.

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
Union Institute & University is a non- profit, regionally accredited institution with undergraduate, master, certificate and doctoral degree programs. Many of our programs are offered online or low-residency. Union offers a hybrid/blended delivery model Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Union also offers a graduate-level Certificate in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling. Please see our website for a full listing of academic programs: www.myunion.edu.

University of Michigan - Program in Survey Methodology
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.

Wright State University - School of Professional Psychology
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
Xavier University’s Psychology Department offers graduate degrees at the master’s and doctoral level. We offer a Master of Arts degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and General Experimental Psychology. Our APA accredited practitioner-scientist Doctor of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) degree is designed to prepare students for practice in clinical psychology. The Psy.D. degree addresses service to three underserved groups — children, older adults, and individuals with severe mental illness. Our Psy.D. program admits students with bachelor and master degrees. Xavier is a private, Catholic, Jesuit university located in a residential area of Cincinnati.

Career and Graduate School Services

Arts and Sciences Career Services Office
www.asccareerservices.osu.edu
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.

Career Counseling and Support Services (formerly Career Connection)
careerconnection.osu.edu
Our department is a resource for students to use for career related needs. 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.