Jobs, Career Workshops, Scholarships, and Graduate Programs


When the advising center receives notices pertaining to external resources, we will post them here. Information posted here does not constitute an endorsement nor does it indicate that these opportunities have been vetted by the PBS department. Be sure to check out the resources search function below!

  • Jobs and Internships: You should consult with Career Services to make use of their much larger database of job and internship opportunities. You can also get help there to create your resume and other assistance including opening a file for letters of recommendation that Career Services can send out for you in the future. You might also find this link from Career Services about what you can do with a psych major of interest. For postings of RA or TA opportunities offered for credit during regular school terms, please refer to the RAs, TAs, Internships page.
  • Career Workshops: These workshops are opportunities for students to speak to recruiting companies about employment. You should also check with Career Services, since they offer several career fairs including the "Career Blast" which is the largest on-campus career fair in western Massachusetts. Over 130 employers who have internships, co-ops, or full-time positions will be there. Open to all-level students. Professional dress is expected. 
  • Scholarships and Awards: Although we will post all the information we receive, students should not assume that every scholarship that may be available to them will be posted here. Unfortunately, there are no scholarships that are directly administered by the psychology department. There are some CNS scholarships that you can view on the CNS website. 
  • Graduate School Programs: Bear in mind that there are LOTS of graduate programs across the country and across the world. We only receive specific notices from a few. So, be sure to search out programs that might be of interest to you. We have information about graduate psychology programs in the advising office (Tobin 501) or you can search for programs online. We are also happy to talk with you in the advising office about how you might go about searching for graduate programs.

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