Careers in Psychology
The following websites offer resources to help students explore career paths in psychology.
- Marky Lloyd's Careers in Psychology Site
Retired psychology professor Margaret A. Lloyd developed this site is to help undergraduate students learn what they can do with a degree in psychology.
- W&L's Career Development OfficeThe Career Development office offers industry-specific resource pages to explore careers, network with key alumni, and search for jobs and internships.
- Non Academic Career Paths in Psychology
The American Psychological Association offers advice for psychology majors interested in non-academic career paths.
- Psychological Scientists in the Private Sector
Observer, the journal of the Association for Psychological Science, offers a number of articles about psychological scientists in the private sector.
- Guide on How to Choose a Specialization
For those who haven't chosen a focus yet, this offers a good starting point.
- Careers in Psychology
A comprehensive guide to help current and prospective psychology professionals find the career that suits them best.
- Psych Major Guide to Non-Psych Jobs
A practical guide to finding non psychology related positions.
- How Psychology Makes a Difference
From counseling to therapy to psychology, the helping careers are rewarding and challenging options for those want to optimize their education.