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Entry Level Jobs


Absolute Care - Direct Care
We're an in home assisted living company here in Columbus. We assist clients who have special needs (Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities) We're always looking for good hearted people to work with our clients. No experience is necessary, we provide all trainings. It's truly a job people can be proud of because every day you have a chance to make a positive difference in our clients life. We offer paid internships, and a $200 signing bonus will be given if signing on to work at least 1 weekend day.

BREAD
B.R.E.A.D. is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that builds the power of people of faith to bring about solutions to serious community problems. We are looking for interns and volunteers to help in our listening and research processes, conduct interviews with community members, help with administrative tasks, and help out in meetings and large events. Internships would run from October 2017 - April 2018 with a minimum of 80 hours. Volunteers would have flexibility based on need. Interns and volunteers would need to have their own transportation.  Information about full-time positions is also available.

City Year
City Year is an education focused, nonprofit AmeriCorps 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 28 urban locations across the United States, teams of highly-trained corps members serve full-time in schools as tutors, mentors and role models. By focusing on attendance, behavior and course performance, which identify students who are at risk of dropping out, corps members are uniquely able to help students and schools succeed. During their term of service, City Year corps members receive a living stipend, health insurance, professional development, student loan forbearance, a variety of scholarships for graduate school and more

Columbus Metropolitan Library
We offer part-time entry-level jobs throughout Central Ohio, an internship working with young or middle school children tailored to your career goals, and volunteer opportunities in our Homework Help Centers  or Reading Buddies programs where you can interact with children from a variety of socio-economic backgrounds.

FCBDD: Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities
The FCBDD is a county agency providing support to children and adults who have developmental disabilities. Services are provided to eligible 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 Department includes psychologists, assistants, & behavioral specialists who provide direct services (testing, psychotherapy, & behavioral support); training & education for staff, parents & others; and consultations. Current job openings for FCBDD are available on our website.

Helpline - Hotline
HelpLine of Delaware and Morrow Counties, Inc. is the local, toll-free crisis support and, information and referral hotline for people living in Delaware and Morrow Counties.  Committed to empowering people through knowledge and resources, HelpLine facilitates the recovery and stability of the emotional, financial and information needs of the Delaware and Morrow County communities.  Based in Delaware, Ohio, HelpLine is a contract provider of the Delaware-Morrow Mental Health and Recovery Services Board and partially funded by SourcePoint. A United Way Agency, HelpLine is accredited by the American Association of Suicidology, National Alliance of Information & Referral Systems and certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.

Hittle House - Social Work
Direct Care Workers provide care, supervision and support for youth in a residential setting. Residential care workers may perform the following tasks:Assist in planning and implementing programs of supervision and care for those in residential care, provide support with daily living tasks such as washing, dressing, eating, transport, budgeting, and health issues, supervise and arrange activities (with permission) to enhance the physical, social, emotional and intellectual development of those in residential care, and ensure that those in residential care are adequately washed, dressed, fed and ready for treatment, educational and recreational activities.

Ohio Department of Youth Services - Parole and Community Services
The Ohio Department of Youth Services (DYS) is the juvenile corrections system for the state of Ohio. DYS is statutorily mandated to confine felony offenders, ages 10 to 21, who have been adjudicated and committed by one of Ohio’s 88 county juvenile courts. During their stay with DYS, youth are engaged in programming that is designed to address their criminological and behavioral needs. Each of the DYS facilities also operates a year-round school that offers general curriculum as well as vocation opportunities.  DYS touches the lives of thousands of youth in Ohio. Beyond youth in DYS facilities and those on parole, DYS funds and supports 664 community programs throughout the state offering more than 88,000 youth (based on annual program admissions) services to encourage change.

Nationwide Children's Hospital - Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders
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.

Pathfinder Progress
Pathfinder Progress provides behavior analytic services to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and related disorders in the central Ohio area. We are excited about the growth we are experiencing and are looking for qualified individuals to be a part of our team. We are especially seeking those who have or are interested in pursuing any level of credentialing through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) including RBT, BCaBA and BCBA. We offer full time employment with benefits and also have part time positions for students. The Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) is excellent for those wanting to gain clinical experience while determining their graduate-level path.

Reach Educational Services
Reach Educational Services, a learning center for students with Autism, is currently looking for a Full-Time Educational Aides to work at its centers in Northwest Columbus. Aide responsibility would be to implement a student's IEP (Individualized Educational Program) on a 1:1 ratio with the assistance of the Program Director and teacher. Hours of the position would be 8:45 AM - 3:15 PM Monday-Friday with the possibility of additional hours available. Hourly pay would range from $15.00- $17.00 an hour. We also offer Medical/Dental Insurance. Applicants should have at least 2 years of Education from an accredited 4 year college and a desire to work with students with special needs. First Aid/CPR certification would be plus.

TiER1 Performance Solutions
TiER1 is a growing performance-based consulting company founded in 2002 that specializes in helping organizations improve the performance of their people. We are headquartered near Cincinnati with locations in Pittsburgh, Chicago and Denver. We work to help our clients build happier, healthier, more educated employees through a blend of creative, engaging, and compelling solutions. These solutions include e-learning, instructor-led training, and game-based learning applications. We are actively seeking associate change management consultants to join our team in 2018. Looking forward to connecting with you!

Urban Teachers
Change Starts in the Classroom. Join Urban Teachers’ classrooms in Baltimore, Washington, D.C., or Dallas/Fort Worth. Urban Teachers is a four-year alternative teacher certification program that works to close the achievement gap in schools by improving teacher quality and preparing a pipeline of high-performing career teachers that stay. Urban Teachers participants are among the most expert and results-oriented in the nation because we provide the best teacher preparation available. During the first year of the four-year program, before you start teaching on your own, you’ll spend 1,500 hours working with students in urban classrooms. During this time, you also begin graduate coursework for a Master of Science in Education degree from the Johns Hopkins University School of Education.

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Internship/Volunteer


Absolute Care - Direct Care
We're an in home assisted living company here in Columbus. We assist clients who have special needs (Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities) We're always looking for good hearted people to work with our clients. No experience is necessary, we provide all trainings. It's truly a job people can be proud of because every day you have a chance to make a positive difference in our clients life. We offer paid internships, and a $200 signing bonus will be given if signing on to work at least 1 weekend day.

Alvis, Inc.
Our mission is to innovate and deliver evidence-based human service programs that empower those we serve to build successful, productive lives. Alvis serves nearly 8,000 men, women, young adults and children in Ohio each year. Our programs indirectly impact tens of thousands more. We work to keep families together and make communities safer.

BREAD
B.R.E.A.D. is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that builds the power of people of faith to bring about solutions to serious community problems. We are looking for interns and volunteers to help in our listening and research processes, conduct interviews with community members, help with administrative tasks, and help out in meetings and large events. Internships would run from October 2017 - April 2018 with a minimum of 80 hours. Volunteers would have flexibility based on need. Interns and volunteers would need to have their own transportation.  Information about full-time positions is also available.

CISabroad - Education Abroad
CISabroad is a study and intern abroad provider with over 18 years of experience. We have comprehensive study abroad and customized internship programs in 22 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 excursions 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!

Columbus Metropolitan Library - Volunteer Services
We offer part-time entry-level jobs throughout Central Ohio, an internship working with young or middle school children tailored to your career goals, and volunteer opportunities in our Homework Help Centers  or Reading Buddies programs where you can interact with children from a variety of socio-economic backgrounds.

COSI - Volunteer and Community Resource
The Center of Science and Industry (COSI) is an independent, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that supports science education through many initiatives. If you are looking for a way to build your resume while putting to use the skills you are learning in the classroom, COSI may have the perfect internship for you! There are opportunities in education; administration & operation; marketing & development; guest & safety services; exhibits; human resources; and youth programs. You will get valuable hands-on work experience and learn new skills while having fun, exploring new interests, and meeting great people. We are looking for interns to work from January through April, or Summer 2018.

FCBDD: Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities
The FCBDD is a county agency providing support to children and adults who have developmental disabilities. Services are provided to eligible 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 Department includes psychologists, assistants, & behavioral specialists who provide direct services (testing, psychotherapy, & behavioral support); training & education for staff, parents & others; and consultations. Current job openings for FCBDD are available on our website.

Girls on the Run of Central Ohio
Girls on the Run is a transformational physical activity-based positive youth development program for girls in 3rd-8th grade. We teach life skills through dynamic interactive lessons and running games. The program culminates with the girls being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5k running event. The goal of the program is to unleash confidence through accomplishment while establishing a lifetime appreciation of health and fitness. The 20-lesson Girls on the Run curriculum combines training for a 5K (3.1 miles) running event with lessons that inspire girls to become independent thinkers, enhance their problem-solving skills and make healthy decisions.  All of this is accomplished through an active collaboration with girls, their parents, schools, andvolunteers.

Haugland Learning Center
Haugland Learning Center is a private school focused on effective and behavior analytic instruction for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. All principles applied at the center are rooted in behavioral sciences related to education, psychology, and precision teaching. Interns are needed for both student assessment positions and classroom positions. All Haugland interns will have the opportunity play an active role in the classroom, and participate in student assessment, instruction, behavioral interventions, data collection, and data analysis.

Helpline - Hotline
HelpLine of Delaware and Morrow Counties, Inc. is the local, toll-free crisis support and, information and referral hotline for people living in Delaware and Morrow Counties.  Committed to empowering people through knowledge and resources, HelpLine facilitates the recovery and stability of the emotional, financial and information needs of the Delaware and Morrow County communities.  Based in Delaware, Ohio, HelpLine is a contract provider of the Delaware-Morrow Mental Health and Recovery Services Board and partially funded by SourcePoint. A United Way Agency, HelpLine is accredited by the American Association of Suicidology, National Alliance of Information & Referral Systems and certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.

Hittle House - Social Work
Direct Care Workers provide care, supervision and support for youth in a residential setting. Residential care workers may perform the following tasks:Assist in planning and implementing programs of supervision and care for those in residential care, provide support with daily living tasks such as washing, dressing, eating, transport, budgeting, and health issues, supervise and arrange activities (with permission) to enhance the physical, social, emotional and intellectual development of those in residential care, and ensure that those in residential care are adequately washed, dressed, fed and ready for treatment, educational and recreational activities.

LiFEsports - Ohio State University College of Social Work
LiFEsports is a sport-based, positive youth development initiative for inner-city kids. The partnership between the College of Social Work and Department of Athletics allows LiFEsports to reach over 700 kids for a free, month long summer camp designed to teach kids social skills through sports. During the school year, LiFEsports offers weekend sport clinics focusing on one sport about once a month. In addition to the clinics for 9 - 14 year old children, LiFEsports also developed the Youth Leadership Academy(YLA) for high school students which is a leadership development program focusing on college and career readiness. LiFEsports is looking for volunteers for clinics and the Youth Leadership Academy. Internships and employment are available during the academic year and over the summer.

Nationwide Children's Hospital - Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders
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.

North Central Mental Health Services - Suicide Prevention Services
Suicide Prevention Services operates 24-hour crisis intervention hotlines which are staffed by volunteers. Located on N. High Street just south of campus, the hotline program trains volunteers in communication skills, suicide risk assessment, making referrals and other skills related to the field of psychology. The next class will be in the Spring, at the end of March, and will meet for thirteen 3-hour sessions, on Wednesday evenings and on three Saturdays. After completion of training, volunteers commit to working a weekly 6-hour shift for six months (June - December 2018). Student volunteers have consistently reported high satisfaction with our program!

Ohio Department of Youth Services - Parole and Community Services
The Ohio Department of Youth Services (DYS) is the juvenile corrections system for the state of Ohio. DYS is statutorily mandated to confine felony offenders, ages 10 to 21, who have been adjudicated and committed by one of Ohio’s 88 county juvenile courts. During their stay with DYS, youth are engaged in programming that is designed to address their criminological and behavioral needs. Each of the DYS facilities also operates a year-round school that offers general curriculum as well as vocation opportunities.  DYS touches the lives of thousands of youth in Ohio. Beyond youth in DYS facilities and those on parole, DYS funds and supports 664 community programs throughout the state offering more than 88,000 youth (based on annual program admissions) services to encourage change.

Ohio House Rabbit Rescue
Ohio House Rabbit Rescue provides internships involving both animal care and participation in the operation of a small non-profit humane organization. At our 4000 ft Center we rescue abandoned pet rabbits and place them for adoption. Interns assist in the care of the rabbits but also learn to give informational tours to visitors, teach them how to interact with the rabbits, and assist with adoptions. Interns are exposed to the inner workings of a non profit, including such aspects as fund raising and community outreach and education.

Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation
The Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation, a nonprofit foundation, serves as a focus and catalyst for the prevention of suicide in Ohio. The Foundation's mission is to promote suicide prevention as a public health issue and to advance evidence-based awareness, intervention, and methodology strategies that will support priority populations and healthy communities. Through the leadership of OSPF, Ohio will establish culturally appropriate and strongly supported local capacity for prevention and reduction of suicides in the state and will promote statewide efforts for suicide reduction and prevention services for Ohioans throughout their lifespans.

Recreation Unlimited
Recreation Unlimited is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization serving individuals with physical and developmental disabilities and health concerns. The mission of Recreation Unlimited is to provide year-round programs in sports, recreation and education for individuals with disabilities and health concerns, while building self-confidence, self-esteem and promoting positive human relations, attitudes, and behaviors.

Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio
The Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio (SARNCO) is the sexual violence intervention and prevention program serving Franklin County. SARNCO volunteer advocate opportunities include Helpline Advocates, who answer calls to the 24-Hour Rape Helpline and provide crisis intervention, emotional support and information about options and resources to survivors and co-survivors (friends and family members) of sexual violence. 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. SARNCO collaborates with Deaf World Against Violence Everywhere (DWAVE) to provide hospital advocacy to survivors who are deaf.

Syntero
Syntero offers two different programs for interns. Our Older Adults Program uses interns to help provide in-home case management with a strong emphasis on supportive social services. Commitment is 10-15 hours a week during the semester. Our Mentoring Program uses interns to spend two hours twice a month, with a 6 month commitment to help a child/teens from the local community, which includes Grandview, Upper Arlington, Hilliard, Dublin, and northwest Columbus. Training includes a class entitled: Making of a Mentor, and a New Mentor Orientation. Both programs require screening which includes: character references, a Bureau of Motor Vehicles check, a background check, and a home visit for the Mentoring program. Contact Barbara Warner or Sharon Kreuz at 614-457-7876 for more information.

TiER1 Performance Solutions
TiER1 is a growing performance-based consulting company founded in 2002 that specializes in helping organizations improve the performance of their people. We are headquartered near Cincinnati with locations in Pittsburgh, Chicago and Denver. We work to help our clients build happier, healthier, more educated employees through a blend of creative, engaging, and compelling solutions. These solutions include e-learning, instructor-led training, and game-based learning applications. We are actively seeking associate change management consultants to join our team in 2018. Looking forward to connecting with you!

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Graduate Programs


Adler University - Graduate Admissions
Adler University, located in the heart of downtown Chicago, educates students to engage the world and create a more just society. Established in 1952 to build on the pioneering work of Alfred Adler, the first community psychologist, the University offers master’s and doctoral programs for social change.

Chatham University
Chatham University offers three unique graduate degrees in psychology: a Master of Arts in Psychology (MAP) for students who are seeking education about human behavior either to enrich their work lives or to apply for doctoral study in psychology; a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology (MSCP) for students who would like to practice as licensed professional counselors; and a Doctor of Psychology in Counseling Psychology (PsyD) for students interested in becoming licensed psychologists. Our graduate counseling psychology programs focus on the professional, intellectual, and personal growth of students, emphasizing human-centered values as well as evidence-informed treatment approaches. The PsyD program is one of a small number of APA-accredited Counseling Psychology PsyD programs in the nation, and the M.S. in Counseling Psychology is accredited by the Masters in Psychology and Counseling Accreditation Council (MPCAC).

Immaculata University - Graduate Admissions
We offer many different graduate level degrees in psychology, including: The Psy.D. Program in Clinical Psychology, accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA): Grounded in the practitioner-scholar model of professional psychology and influenced by the values of the National Council of Schools and Programs in Professional Psychology (NCSPP); the Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling; Accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP); the Master’s degree in Music Therapy offers programs that prepare students to practice music therapy at an advanced level, with a special emphasis on music-centered psychotherapy; and the Master of Arts/Educational Specialist Program in School Psychology; School Psychology is informed by the ethical, educational, and training standards of the National Association of School Counselors.

Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Chicago - Clinical Psychology
The Illinois School of Professional Psychology offers an APA accredited Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology program and a Master’s in Clinical Psychology. We have been APA accredited since 1985, making us the longest, continually accredited PsyD program in the Midwest! In addition, we were just awarded another 7 years of APA accreditation as of Fall 2015. Our PsyD program prepares graduates to engage the world as clinical psychologists via a scholar-practitioner model.

Indiana University - School of Social Work
Graduates of the Indiana University School of Social Work (IUSSW) go on to promote social and economic justice at every level-from providing for the well-being of others to shaping social and economic policies. Our program is home to the highest ranked MSW program in Indiana, we are also ranked among the top 11% nationwide.Since 1911, the school has been dedicated to developing competent, caring professionals who are qualified to assume leadership roles in social work practice, and who strive to enrich the lives of the people they touch.  Whether you want to begin a career in social work, or are preparing for an advanced leadership role in practice, research, or policy development-Indiana University School of Social Work sets the standards for innovative and inspired social work education.

John Carroll University
The Department of Counseling at John Carroll University offers CACREP-accredited master’s degree programs in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling. The counseling programs have a vibrant, 46 year history of excellence at the University. Our faculty is committed to developing deep and meaningful teaching and mentoring relationships with students and they bring a diverse set of knowledge and experience to teaching and supervising. Classes are small – none large than 20 students, and many with as few at 15 or 8. Graduates of the programs are highly sought after by employers in Northeast Ohio. John Carroll is ranked #7 among Midwest universities by U.S. News & World Report.

Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences - Office of Admissions
We offer a doctoral program (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology. Stop by our booth to learn more and how to apply!

Kent State University - Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences
The School of Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences (LDES) is home to a variety of programs across several broad professional areas. Specific programs within the School include: Counselor Education and Supervision, Educational Psychology, Human Development and Family Studies, Instructional Technology, Rehabilitation Counseling, School Psychology, and Special Education. Graduate students in each of these programs are provided with opportunities to hone skills and grow personally. Specifically, graduate students participate in impactful faculty-led research; seminars focused on advanced knowledge in a variety of fields and professional interests; and practica and internships that provide leadership skills and networking.

The Ohio State University - College of Education and Human Ecology - Couple and Family Therapy Clinic
Students in the Human Development and Family Science (HDFS) doctoral degree program can pursue a specialization in Couple and Family Therapy accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE). It meets the standards for the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) clinical membership, and is designed to prepare students to be clinical scholars and researchers.  HDFS students who pursue the specialization follow a scholar-clinician model with a heavier emphasis on research and scholarship than on clinical work. HDFS students are trained for careers in academia or other research-related careers; training other clinicians, conducting research in clinically-related areas and doing clinical work.

The Ohio State University - College of Nursing - Student Affairs, Equity & Inclusion
The Ohio State University College of Nursing provides transformational graduate programs for those who want to excel as healthcare providers and leaders. With programs available for those with non-nursing backgrounds, including the Graduate Entry option and Master's of Healthcare Innovation, we can help you reach your goals. Please visit nursing.osu.edu for a complete list of our available educational programs.

The Ohio State University - College of Public Health
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 11th by U.S. News and World Report among public schools of public health.

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

The Ohio State University - Department of Educational Studies
The Department of Educational Studies offers five degrees in 13 specialization areas that prepare extraordinary students to play a significant role in forming sound educational policy and effective educational institutions. Our graduates become effective leaders for educational institutions around the globe, in all settings and at all levels. We offer an EdS and PhD in School Psychology and a MA and PhD in Educational Psychology.

The Ohio State University - Fisher College of Business - Master of Human Resource Management
Many psychology majors find fulfilling careers in Human Resources (HR); attracting & recruiting the best talent, training & developing employees to be successful, and recognizing & rewarding leaders for their accomplishments. HR professionals have the ability to shape every part of workplace culture, which in-turn affects and determines the success of an organization. Ohio State's Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) is one of few HR graduate programs taught within a college of business—with coursework from leading HR and organizational experts. All required coursework is taught in the evening, giving you the flexibility to complete the program full-time within 2 years, or part-time within 3-5 years. All majors are welcome for consideration and work experience is NOT required.

Ohio University - Social Work Program
Responding to community demands, the Department of Social Work developed a master's program with an 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 primary purpose of the program is to graduate clinical social workers who have the knowledge and skills for advanced practice in rural environments to improve the well-being of individuals, families, groups, organizations and communities.

St. George's University, Grenada, West Indies - Schools of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine
St. George’s University is a center of international education, drawing students and faculty from over 140 countries to the island of Grenada, West Indies. Its more than 17,000 School of Medicine and School of Veterinary graduates have practiced in all 50 States and more than 50 countries around the world. The University’s academic programs have received many approvals and accreditations, including CAAM-HP accreditation for the MD program, AVMA COE accreditation for the DVM program, and CEPH accreditation for the MPH.

Student Affiliates in School Psychology (SASP) - Educational Studies
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 and social justice at the research, training, and service level. We offer both the EdS and PhD level program.

University of Akron and Cleveland State University - Joint Psychology Doctoral Program in Adult Development and Aging
The University of Akron and Cleveland State University offer a joint doctoral program in Adult Development and Aging (ADA). Our unique program is one of only a handful of Adult Development and Aging doctoral programs in the country, and the only one in the state of Ohio. By the end of doctoral training, our students are well-prepared to work in a number of roles including research, teaching, and applied settings. ADA graduate students are typically funded (tuition + stipend) for 5 years. There are 10 full-time faculty in the joint program, allowing students to work with faculty from diverse research interests in the psychology of adulthood and aging (e.g., cognitive aging, socioemotional development, psychosocial interventions, bereavement).

Wright State University - School of Professional Psychology
The School of Professional Psychology (SOPP) at Wright State is among the first university professional school programs in the country and has been in existence for almost 40 years. Our competency-based curriculum includes four years of academic course work (complimented by three years of clinical practica), followed by a year-long pre-doctoral internship experience. We feature a generalist degree setting and offer three emphasis areas comprised of focused content and supporting practica (Forensic, Child & Health, Rehabilitation, and Neuropsychology). We are celebrating our third consecutive year of 100% match rate placement in APA accredited internships! Historically, about 37% of entering students come from ethnic minority groups and 7% from international settings...

Xavier University - School of Psychology
The School of Psychology offers an APA accredited PsyD program in Clinical Psychology.  We also offer a full time Masters program in Industrial-Organizational Psychology.  The Graduate School offers a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.

Xavier University - School of Psychology (Veterans Affairs)
Xavier University is a Military Friendly, Yellow Ribbon school. I will provide information on how veterans can use their benefits for graduate school at Xavier. Xavier offers three graduate psychology programs: Doctor of Clinical Psychology, General Experimental Psychology, and Industrial-Organizational Psychology.

Xavier University - School of Nursing
Xavier's University is offering a 16-month, second-degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. The accelerated BSN is specially designed for those with an existing bachelor’s degree in a non-nursing field who want to make the switch into nursing. Like all Xavier nursing programs, it takes a community-based, holistic approach that focuses on the health of the mind, body, and spirit.  The program combines online coursework with hands-on lab experience at Xavier’s state-of-the-art ABSN Learning Center, plus clinical rotations in regional facilities.

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Career and Graduate School Services


College of Arts and Sciences Career Services Office
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 experiential opportunities for workplace learning, and connecting with prospective employers.

Student Life Career Counseling and Support Services
Career Counseling and Support Services meets current undergraduate, graduate and professional students wherever they are in their career development process by providing holistic support in the attainment of individual career goals.  Services include individual and group career counseling, career and major exploration, career assessments, job and graduate school assistance, workshops, and a credit course.

The Center for the Study and Teaching of Writing
The Writing Center offers free help with writing at any stage of the writing process for any student of the university. During sessions, consultants can work with students on anything from research papers to resumes and graduate school applications.

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