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Psychology

Professional Associations & Psychology Careers

Careers In Psychology From APA

For Students

Psi Beta: The National Honor Society in Psychology for Community and Junior Colleges
Provides professional development opportunities for psychology students of community and junior colleges by promoting and recognizing excellence in scholarship, leadership, research and community service.

Two career information resources are now available for on-demand viewing from Psi Beta:

1.      Considering and Getting Into Graduate SchoolKari Tucker.  Kari Tucker, PhD, speaks on Considering and Getting in Graduate School: Information and tips that I wish I had as an early undergraduate psychology student. Dr. Tucker is the primary chapter advisor at Irvine Valley College. She was honored in 2006 as Psi Beta’s national advisor of the year!  Date of Taping: Friday, March 05, 2010, Duration: 1:28:29 Link: http://mediaex.ivc.edu/ms/Viewer/?peid=35402c8da8c04d8f89de14c52c003895 PowerPoint: Dr. Tucker’s PowerPoint

2.      The Curriculum Vita – Bari Rudmann.  Bari Rudmann, MS Counseling, speaks on How to Develop and Maintain a Curriculum Vita. This presentation includes information critical to your development as a professional psychologist. In 1992, professor Rudmann co-founded the Irvine Valley Chapter of Psi Beta.  Date of Taping: Friday, March 05, 2010, Duration: 00:46:12 Link:http://mediaex.ivc.edu/ms/Viewer/?peid=282433f75951474f9bfb4165576bc7b3 PowerPoint: Bari Rudmann’s PowerPoint

APA & Psychology Education



Undergraduate Education


Resources for teachers, and answers to students’ frequently asked questions, including: Is psychology the major for you? What is APA Style?


Graduate and Postdoctoral Education 


Applying to and surviving graduate school; dissertation research; career planning; internship match imbalance; postdoctoral training; faculty and supervisor development; APA accredited programs.

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