The sky is the limit for what you can pursue in and outside the field of Psychology.
Do you know what career you want to pursue already? Then answer these questions: Career homework
Watch This to learn more about careers for psychology majors:
Check out notes from our annual panel event
Here are some different websites to help you on your career search:
- APA Careers in Psychology
- Appleby Careers for Psychology Majors
- Careers for Psychology Majors
- What Can I Do with this Major
- All Psych Careers
- American Psychological Association’s webpage on careers to read an in depth article about different psychology career.
- Careers in Psychology
- Sub fields in psychology
- Counseling careers
- Industrial/Organizational Psych career: How to Prepare for IOP
- School Counseling
Research careers using:
- U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook: www.bls.gov/ooh
- O*Net: www.onetonline.org
Even better, do an information interview with someone that is in that career to learn more about it and what you can expect.
Careers within Psychology.
Click on each of these areas to explore different careers you could pursue after a graduate or professional degree that your bachelors degree in psychology can help prepare you for:
Are you unsure of where you want to take your life after your Bachelors degree? Why not consider helping others while you build your career? Look into these wonderful service positions as a great way to becoming a global leader. These opportunities are competitive, so they look great for future graduate admissions/employment. These careers often allow student loan forbearance and have opportunities for scholarships for graduate school.
- Teach for America: www.teachforamerica.org
- PeaceCorps: www.peacecorps.gov
- AmeriCorps: www.americorps.gov
- Public Allies: www.publicallies.org
- City Year: www.cityyear.org
UCF Career Services often has representatives from different service organizations come to campus. Be on the look out for when they will be at UCF!