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Students are encouraged to gain practical experiences through their undergraduate career. Students can do this through a co-op experience (paid experience supervised by career services) or a practical experience (paid volunteer experience supervised by a faculty member). Below you will find information about each of these available services.
Practical Experiences - Psyc 395
Below you will find a large list of both Employment and Volunteer opportunities related to Psychology. Each item is described briefly and contact information is provided should you wish to learn more.
Would you like to receive course credit for your volunteer experiences?
Psyc 395 is a course entitled "Practical Experiences" designed to give psychology students the opportunity to gain real-world experience related to the field of psychology
What is required to sign up for Psyc 395?
Must be at least Junior status
Must have received a grade of "C" or better in Psych 303: Research Methods
Must have at least 3.0 GPA
Must be interested in an opportunity that relates to the field of psychology
What do I do to take advantage of this opportunity?
1) Make arrangements with the organization for whom you are volunteering: see examples below!
2) Obtain faculty supervision – you can ask any psychology faculty member about supervising practical experiences
3) Obtain the permission # for the credits from Dr. Heather Terrell (firstname.lastname@example.org) after the details have been arranged.
If you have any questions?
- Please contact Dr. Heather Terrell at email@example.com