Careers in Psychology
|Careers in Psychology|
A great site for learning more about careers in psychology, including making the most of your undergraduate years, exploring career-related abilities, entry-level jobs for Psychology majors, and master's and doctoral-level careers in psychology and related areas.
|Elementary and Secondary School Teaching|
Learn about what teachers' work is like, the excellent outlook for jobs, earnings, and link up with a number of other web sites related to teaching.
|Exceptional Children Teachers|
Read the Web site of the National Clearinghouse on Careers and Professions related To Early Intervention and Education for Children with Disabilities. Excellent information about career choices involved in working with children who need special education is provided.
|Early Childhood Education|
This portion of the Web site of the National Association for the Education of Young Children has information about associate degree guidelines and publications about training and education.
|Family and Consumer Science Education|
Read about the field of family and consumer science education, national standards for the profession, and other aspects of becoming a family and consumer science educator.
Extensive information about the many aspects of educational psychology and links to other related Web sites. Read about the subfield of educational psychology, the education required in order to become an educational psychologist, and what a typical day is like for an educational psychologist.
Extensive information about this field is provided, including descriptions of educational psychologists, what they do, and where they work.
Read about the subfields of clinical psychology, a typical day in the life of a clinical psychologist, the education required, and the employment outlook.
At the Web site of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry you can learn about many aspects of a career as a child psychiatrist. Click on the bar labeled training and you can read about the education and training required to become a child psychiatrist and the job opportunities that are available.
This Web site has extensive links to a wide variety of information about counseling psychology careers.
Look at the Web site of the American School Counselor Association with information about the careers and roles of school counselors. Read about school counseling at elementary, middle/junior, high school, and post-secondary levels, and accredited training programs.
Read about the training required in a typical drug counseling training program and the career opportunities. Other opportunities in drug counseling are available beyond those described at this Web site. To learn more about such opportunities, connect with the Counseling Psychology Web site and examine the links to guide you toward more information about drug counseling.
At the Web site of the National Association of Social Workers you can explore what social workers do, the credentials required to practice social work, and many other aspects of a career in social work.
|Obstetrics and Gynecology|
At the Web site of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology you can learn about careers, various subspecialties, and training.
This Web site of the American Academy of Pediatrics provides information about professional education in pediatrics, current issues and topics in pediatrics, and links to journals such as Pediatrics.
At the Web site of the American College of Nurse-Midwives, you can learn more about a career as a nurse-midwife, types of jobs that are available, resources related to this field, and links to related sites.
Learn more about the field of neonatal nursing at the Web site of the Association of Women's Health, Obstetrics, and Neonatal Nurses. Includes career information about neonatal nursing and links to publications.
Learn more about the field of neonatal nursing at this Web site of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates and Practitioners. Includes information about a nursing career, the need for nurses, the changing job market, and advanced practice nursing.
|Audiology and Speech Pathology|
At the Web site of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), learn more about many different aspects of audiology and speech-language problems. Web site includes a section for students.
Read about the field of genetic counseling, the careers available in genetic counseling, and the education required to become a genetic counselor.
|Child Welfare Worker|
Learn more about what a career as a child welfare worker is like at this Web site of the National Association of Social Workers. Includes information about jobs, credentials, publications, and links to many related social work sites. To go to the Student Center, click on Resources and then Student Center.
|Child Life Specialist|
At this Web site of the Child Life Council, you can learn more about a career as a child life specialist, including the education required and the certification process.
|Marriage and Family Therapist|
Read about the field of marriage and family therapy at the Web site of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.