Opportunities for Psychology Students

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From time to time, the Department of Psychology will post opportunities to this page and update this information. 

As always, please remember that we do not explicitly endorse the opportunities that we pass along and we recommend that you do your own research. Our faculty would be happy to help students and alumni with that process.

If you would like to have an opportunity posted here, please email details to Mads Meridian at

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Job Opportunities for Current Psychology Undergraduate Students

Our colleagues at Lorain County Community College have compiled a list of 45 job openings throughout Northeast Ohio that may be of interest to our students. You can find the list here with links to the job ads and descriptions. 

Employment Opportunities for Current Students and Recent Grads at Blue Sprig


More information about open positions in Ohio can be found here


The Dr. Jes Sellers PFLAG Cleveland Scholarship provides financial aid to undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in advancing equity for LGBTQ+ individuals through support, advocacy and/or education. Applicants with any relationship to the LGBTQ+ community are eligible to apply; this includes LGBTQ+-identifed, ally, and friend/family member of LGBTQ+-individuals in the PFLAG community. More information about the scholarship and how to apply can be found here

Earn a M.S. in Applied Psychology 100% Online at Shippensburg University 

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The program emphasizes the application of psychological principles and methodologies to real-world problems. The majority of graduates enter fields where they assume research-related roles (e.g., program evaluation, survey researcher, data analyst, quality control specialist, etc.) across a variety of sectors in business/industry, education, government, and non-profit settings.  In addition, there are multiple specialties that students can pursue including a Six Sigma black belt certification, UX Design, a Behavior Specialist Certificate which provides advanced coursework in Behavioral Analysis for those interested in working with individuals with developmental impairments (e.g., autism).  Others have conducted collaborative research at Shippensburg resulting in conference presentations, journal articles, and have been accepted into competitive doctoral programs. Remote assistantships are available on a competitive basis, although contingent on university funding. Students interested can visit this link for detailed information.