Posted January 27, 2017
This is a second Upward Bound opportunity that the separate from the posting below from January 26th.
The Upward Bound Regional Math Science Center (RMSC) at Frostburg State University has summer job openings for English and Science teachers and residential Tutor/Counselor positions.
The FSU Regional Math/Science Center is a federally funded Department of Education Upward Bound program designed to help low-income, potential first-generation college students achieve their goals of attaining college degrees, specifically in the fields of math and science. Participants in the program attend a multi-week summer session on the campus of FSU where they are engaged in a scientific research project.
The RMSC strives to develop exciting hands-on projects that are relevant to modern life.
While working on these projects the practical use of the scientific method is emphasized. Students must develop testable hypotheses, help design the study, collect the data needed, analyze the data, draw conclusions based on the data collected and finally present their study in both oral and written form. Students learn about peer review as they present their study progress each week to the other students in the program. They also learn to use the computer for data analysis, for data processing their formal report, and for developing a power point presentation that is presented to a panel of scientists and an audience of parents, university, and public officials.
While at FSU students also participate in a variety of activities designed to promote strong study skills and positive social behaviors, as well as activities that provide recreational and cultural experiences.
FSU Is An AA/EOE. Appropriate Auxiliary Aids & Services For Qualified Individuals W/Disability Will Be Provided Upon Request. Please Notify In Advance. WWW.FROSTBURG.EDU
Read more here about the English teaching positions: EnglishTeachers.pdf
Read more here about the Science teaching positions: ScienceTeachers.pdf
Read more here about the tutor/counselor positions: Tutor Counselors.pdf
Posted January 26, 2017
POSITION AVAILABILITY ANNOUNCEMENT
UPWARD BOUND TUTOR/COUNSELOR
Frostburg State University’s Upward Bound Program is Seeking Tutor/Counselors For Federally-Funded, Six-Week Summer Residential Education Program Designed To Encourage & Motivate Qualified Disadvantaged High School Students To Pursue Post-Secondary Education & To Develop Skills & Attitudes Essential For Success Beyond High School. Available June 11 - July 28, 2017 (tentative dates) And Includes One Week Of Training. Salary: $2,000 Plus Room & Board. Upward Bound is looking for individuals who want to make a difference in the lives of others.
Positions Will Serve As Residence Hall Small-Group Supervisors & Tutors In Various Academic Areas; Chaperone Field Trips; Conduct Recreational Activities; Assist Classroom Instructors; Conduct Small Group Tutoring/Study Sessions; Enforce Safe, Positive & Productive Residence Hall Living Environment.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: One Year Undergraduate Experience; Excellent Interpersonal & Communication Skills; Ability To Relate To Diverse University Population; & Evidence Of Successful Academic Performance.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience As Camp Counselor; Supervising Students In Residential Setting; Teaching & Tutoring In Math, Science, Writing or Foreign Language; & Experience Working W/Disadvantaged Youth. Individuals That Have Succeeded In Overcoming Barriers Similar To Those Confronting The FSU Upward Bound Students Are Encouraged To Apply.
Direct Position & Employment Inquiries To Upward Bound (301) 687-4994 OR firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicant Review Will Begin Immediately – Deadline To Apply Is March 1, 2017. Send Letter Of Application Addressing Interest And Qualifications; Resume; Copy Of Transcripts; & Names, Addresses, & Telephone Numbers Of Three Professional References To: Frostburg State University, ATTN: Tutor/Counselor Position, Upward Bound Program, 101 Braddock Road, Frostburg, MD 21532 Or Email email@example.com. All Applicants Will Be Sent A Pre-Employment Questionnaire After Letter, Resume, Transcripts & References Are Received As Part Of The Submission Process, To Be Completed & Returned.
For More Information About The FSU Upward Bound Program, Visit Our Website at www.frostburg.edu/UpwardBound
FSU Is An AA/EOE Appropriate Auxiliary Aids & Services For Qualified Individuals W/Disability Will Be Provided Upon Request. Please Notify In Advance.
Posted January 20, 2017
Yale Cognition & Development 2017 Summer Internship
Applications for the Yale Cognition & Development Lab's 2017 summer research internship program are now available on our website.
Our annual summer internship provides the opportunity for highly motivated undergraduate students to gain an intensive, hands-on research experience in close partnership with our full-time lab members. Opportunities are available both to study developmental psychology and adult cognition. Complete information about our research and internship program, as well as required application materials and an FAQ, can be downloaded from our website, http://cogdevlab.yale.edu/people/joining-lab.
This year's internship will run from Monday, June 4 to Friday, July 28, 2017. All applications and materials should be received no later than Friday, March 3, 2017.
Questions not covered online about our program may be directed to Aaron Chuey at firstname.lastname@example.org; please include a subject heading with the phrase "CDL Summer Internship".
Posted December 13, 2016
The Upward Bound Regional Math Science Center (RMSC) at Frostburg State University seeks tutor/ counselors and a head resident for a summer program designed to encourage and motivate qualified high school students to pursue post-secondary education and to develop skills and attitudes essential for success beyond high school.
Posted December 1, 2016
Deadline to apply is February 15, 2017. Notifications of acceptance or denial to the program will be sent by March 15, 2017.
Apply online at http://www.cvs.rochester.edu/fellowships.html
The Center for Visual Science at the University of Rochester announces its 2017 Summer Research Fellowship Program in Vision Science. Undergraduates in their junior (3rd) year during the 2016-2017 academic year of baccalaureate studies interested in neuroscience, cognitive science, artificial intelligence, and biomedical science are invited to join the Center for Visual Science for a summer of supervised laboratory training. Applicants will be selected based on academic achievements and an interest in pursuing graduate studies in science. Both US and foreign applications will be accepted.
Our fellowship will cover travel for US citizens and permanent residents (and up to $500 in travel costs for foreign students) and cover the majority of on-campus housing expenses for non-local students in addition to a stipend of $3,820 for a summer of continuous training in a faculty member's lab. Training will also include an orientation, weekly talks from CVS faculty, & a poster session and CVS picnic at summer’s end. Rochester, located near Lake Ontario in western New York, is an internationally recognized center for visual and imaging science and provides a scenic and natural setting for a variety of outdoor activities.
Posted November 3, 2016
With support from the Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP), the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) hosts the Gains in the Education of Mathematics and Science (GEMS) program. WRAIR GEMS invites middle and high school students to work with college-age mentors in a professional laboratory environment. During 10 one-week sessions, our students participate in a hands-on learning experience and gain exposure to the diversity of STEM fields and careers.
The mission of GEMS is:
- To increase interest, engagement, and performance in STEM for student participants.
- To support STEM undergraduates and recent graduates in a research and education internship.
- To bring experiential learning and mentorship to middle and high school students from underrepresented populations in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area.
WRAIR GEMS is seeking 10-12 STEM undergraduates to participate in our 2017 summer program as "near-peer mentors." Mentors will be placed in either the biomedical sciences program (Silver Spring, MD) or the engineering program (Prince George's County). We provide competitive monthly stipends commensurate with education and experience.
As a near-peer mentor, you will:
- Serve as a lab instructor, subject matter expert, role model for academic success, curriculum developer, and lab safety officer.
- Design, facilitate, and evaluate original STEM modules, which draw from topics in your area(s) of interest.
- Collaborate with a team of fellow near-peer mentors to implement additional modules throughout the summer.
- Prepare and submit formally written lesson plan(s) for all implemented modules.
- Prepare a poster to present at an in-house symposium for peers, guests, and WRAIR scientists.
The ideal near-peer mentor is/has:
- Currently majoring in, and passionate about a STEM field.
- Interested in teaching, mentoring, and communicating science to the community.
- Previous experience in a research laboratory (preferred).
- Previous experience as a teaching assistant, mentor, and/or volunteer (preferred).
- Positive attitude, willingness to work in a fast-paced environment, and a sense of humor.
- Flexible and able to work well within a team.
Former near-peer mentors have developed modules challenging students to engineer balloon catheters, measure the effect of agonist drugs on neuronal systems, and assemble a water purification system. Our mentors have gone on to pursue advanced degrees in STEM, medical school, and have accepted positions as teaching and research assistants in their fields, in addition to other STEM-focused careers.
- Available mid-May through 18 August 2017 (dates negotiable to accommodate semester and quarterly schedules).
- United States citizen or permanent resident.
- Able to complete military background checks (Public Trust security clearance and a Child-Youth Services security clearance).
- Able to arrange housing and transportation for the duration of the internship.
How to Apply:
Email resume, current unofficial transcript, and cover letter to the primary contact listed below.
Do the formal application at www.usaeop.com / Apply / GEMS / Silver Spring, MD
Margery D. Anderson, MEd, PhD
National Research Council Fellow
Office: (301) 319-3022│Fax: (301) 319-3194
Applications will officially close 15 February 2017. However, we will begin reviewing application materials as early as 15 January 2017 and positions will be filled on a rolling basis.
Posted October 19, 2016
The Marcus Autism Center, in conjunction with the Emory University School of Medicine and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, is offering four fellowships: the Cohen Fellowship in Developmental Social Neuroscience, the Marcus Fellowship in Speech Science and Engineering, the Simons Fellowship in Computational Neuroscience, and the Simons Fellowship in Design Engineering. Students who will receive a bachelor’s degree by June 2017 will be eligible for the positions. The fellowships will commence in July 2017, and they are 2 years in duration. Students can find further details at: cohenfellowship.org and simonsfellowship.org.
The Cohen Fellowship in Developmental Social Neuroscience will involve cutting-edge social neuroscience research in infants, toddlers and adolescents. Fellows will work to further the understanding of autism through eye-tracking research, guiding a project from the point of data collection to publication of results.
The Marcus Fellowship in Speech Science and Engineering will involve researching early vocal development, including speech production and speech perception, as part of a program to map out both typical and atypical development of spoken communication in early childhood.
The Simons Fellowship in Computational Neuroscience will involve integrating computational strategies with clinical research goals. Fellows will develop methods for the analysis of visual scanning and eye-tracking data, computational models of visual salience, and data visualization techniques, all with the aim of advancing the understanding of autism and efforts at early diagnosis.
The Simons Fellowship in Design Engineering will involve developing innovative design solutions to answer experimental research questions. Fellows will explore human factors engineering, product prototyping and the design of environments with the goal of advancing neuroscience research.
Thank you for your help! We look forward to hearing from you.
Donald J. Cohen Fellowship in Developmental Social Neuroscience
Marcus Autism Center, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, &
Emory University School of Medicine
Posted October 4, 2016
My name is Josh Sattler and I am a Recruiting Coordinator for ScribeAmerica; a company that hires and trains Medical Scribe for Physicians. This email is to provide information about a truly unique employment opportunity for students interested in careers in medicine. Our company is currently looking to recruit students to work as Medical Scribes in Georgetown, MD. The scribe will work side by side with physicians assisting with documentation for each patient evaluated by the doctor. It is an exceptional opportunity for any student interested in medicine to gain first-hand experience following a physician.
The role of a scribe is to closely collaborate with their assigned physician by documenting the history of each patient evaluated, the doctor’s physical examination, the results of laboratory/radiological studies ordered, and the eventual diagnosis and disposition. Becoming a scribe provides the student with first rate exposure to medical terminology, disease processes, emergency procedures, medications, and the medical decision making process performed by the physicians.
This job is not for everyone; the complexity of the material and fast-paced environment necessitate that only the sharpest and most motivated students succeed as a scribe. We are looking for dependable and hard working employees that have a desire for an eventual career in medicine, or are interested in learning more about careers in medicine. There are multiple shifts, both day and night and each shift consists of following a single physician, usually lasting 8-12 hours. It is expected that each scribe can commit to 2 shifts per week for at least 2 years.
Paid classroom & clinical training is provided. The training is extensive and intense. Each employee will have multiple training sessions both in the classroom and the emergency department during which we teach the flow of the emergency room, extensive medical terminology, and appropriate medical/legal documentation.
This is a unique and exciting opportunity which has demonstrated itself to be excellent experience for students preparing for careers in medicine. Our past employees that excelled as scribes have gone on to receive outstanding evaluations in their clinical years and residencies.
For more information you may also visit our website www.scribeamerica.com. Please contact me if you have any questions about our program.
Direct: 954.908.8595 | Corporate: 877.488.5479 | Fax: 786.497.4105
Posted September 22, 2016
Northern Illinois University is actively recruiting prospective students for admission to our School Psychology graduate program and we would love your help.
Prospective students can follow this link to explore our program's website and browse through a magazine-style flip book: http://www.niu.edu/psyc/graduate/school/brochure.shtml
We are hoping you will forward this email to high performing students, especially students from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds, who have a serious interest in pursuing graduate study in school psychology. We are very fortunate to be able to provide full tuition waivers and stipends for assistantships to all students in both our M.A./Specialist-Level and Ph.D. programs. Our Specialist-Level program is also federally funded on a grant “Project Prevent and Address Bullying” for the next several years which provides students with even more exciting benefits.
Thank you for helping us promote our program to your students!
Christine Malecki, Ph.D., LCP
Presidential Engagement Professor
Director, School Psychology Program
Posted September 5, 2016
If your students have been thinking about what to do after graduation, consider suggesting they register for an upcoming information session about masters degrees offered in the Department of Psychological Science at Ball State University.
Registration is available online for this on-campus information session Friday, October 14, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm.
Through quality instruction, faculty-student collaboration and a number of research opportunities, our experts prepare students for careers and doctoral study.
-73% of clinical grads & 92% of cognitive/social grads who applied to doctoral programs were admitted
-90% of grad students have assistantships that help pay for their degree
-Faculty areas of specialty include diversity and prejudice, sleep, work and gender, and EEG brain activity during neural communication processes
The session will help your students explore the benefits of the MA program with degrees in either Clinical Psychology or Cognitive and Social Processes and learn how to finance their masters degree.
They can also check out a recent blog post about a day in the life of a graduate student in Clinical Psychology and find out more general information on the Graduate School website.
Stephanie L. Simon-Dack
Co-Director of the Graduate Program
Department of Psychological Science
Ball State University
Posted May 31, 2016
PAID SUMMER JOBS WITH PENNENVIRONMENT!The Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit organization that works to build support for progressive organizations across the country. We've run campaigns for USPIRG, Environment America, the Human Rights Campaign, the Sierra Club, Greenpeace, and Fair Share Alliance.This summer, we are running an office in Philadelphia, PA to build support for PennEnvironment's campaign to save the bees.Millions of bees are dying off every year, putting our ecosystem and food supply at risk. Bees pollinate most of our food: everything from apples and broccoli to coffee beans and chocolate. One of the major reasons is a relatively new type of pesticides called neonicotinoids, or "neonics," which are about 6000 times more toxic to bees than DDT. Scientists, farmers and beekeepers have sounded the alarm, and now PennEnvironment is running a campaign to educate the public and build public support in order to get the EPA to ban these dangerous chemicals. This is your chance to spend your summer working for a great cause, while gaining valuable campaign leadership experience and making on average between $9-14/hour. JOIN OUR CAMPAIGN OFFICE TODAY!Fill out the form here to set up an interview and to hear more about the positions we have available.Elowyn Corby-- Elowyn CorbyCampaign DirectorThe Fund for the Public Interest1420 Walnut St |Suite 650| Philadelphia, PAEmail: email@example.com(215) 732-1525www.pennenvironment.org
Posted April 26, 2016
RightEye is looking for up to 4 students for summer internships. Primary responsibilities and experience includes:• Conduct literature searches• Summarizes literature for review• Assists in recruiting of subjects• Data collection• Organizes data for analysis• Prepare articles for submission e.g. formatting• Attend project meetings• Any and all other duties as assigned by the Chief Science Officer Minimum Qualifications:· Undergraduate degree in psychology, neuroscience, education or other related area. Prefer Junior or Senior level students. Or a Master’s student in research, education, psychology or related area Preferred Skills:· Excellent communication· Highly organized· Comfortable with technologyA strong desire to research, publish For more information contact Dr. Melissa Hunfalvay firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Melissa Hunfalvay, (APA, AOA, USPTA1)Co-Founder & Chief Science OfficerRightEye, LLCDirect Dial: 301-533-7746Website: www.righteye.comTwitter: @righteyeinsightLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/melissahunfalvay
Posted April 16, 2016
The Cognition and Development Lab at Yale University seeks a full-time project manager/research assistant for a federally funded project on the role of mechanistic explanations in children’s understanding of science and technology. (The fellowship has been recommended for funding, final approval pending).
The laboratory is active and highly collaborative with projects focused on many areas of cognition and cognitive development. The project manager will coordinateand facilitate all aspects of the research project, with much of that time spent in interviews with school-age children in schools, science museums and other venues. Other duties will include working with school administrators, maintaining compliance with the University IRB, managing participant recruitment, andpurchasing materials.
A recent college graduate having majored in psychology, cognitive science or a related field and looking for additional research experience before going on to graduate school would be ideal; many former project managers/research assistantshave gone on to excellent graduate schools. Strong writing skills are essential. Attention to detail, the ability to multi-task, and organizational skills are also critical.
The project manager must also have excellent social skills. In addition to training and supervising undergraduate research assistants, the lab manager cultivates a team orientation, and fosters a high degree of professionalism among laboratory members. The applicant must have excellent skills working with young children and the staff they interface with at the University and in the field.
The manager will coordinate closely with Drs. Frank Keil and Kristi Lockhart and with postdoctoral fellows, graduate students and undergraduates working in the lab, but should be able to work independently. Taking an active role in all aspects of research is strongly encouraged, including opportunities to participate in reading groups and research seminars.
Appointments are preferred who are willing to make a two-year commitment.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with the aim of concluding this search as soon as an exceptional candidate has been found. Approximate start date is August 15, 2016, but that date is flexible
Materials: Please submit a CV, cover letter, and unofficial transcript as a single pdf file, and list e-mails for three letter writers. We will contact letter writers for shortlisted candidates. Please send application materials as a single PDF document to email@example.com. Other inquiries may be directed to Frank Keil at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted March 29, 2016
TMS Clinical Coordinator – Regional Technician
TMS NeuroHealth Centers – Greater Baltimore, Maryland
TMS Clinical Coordinator
Compensation: Varies based on education and work history – ballpark $36,000 p/year + Car allowance
Full-time position now available offering the opportunity to provide patient care utilizing a breakthrough treatment modality for treating depression, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, or TMS Therapy. TMS NeuroHealth Centers is seeking an individual who will be certified to deliver TMS Therapy under the supervision of our medical directors, staff physicians, and center manager.
Primary responsibilities are, but not limited to:
- Providing educational consultations to interested patients
- Delivering TMS Therapy to our patients – training included
Providing a safe and therapeutic environment for daily treatment sessions
- Office administrative tasks such as clinical note-taking, managing leads, reporting statistical activity to center manager, scheduling appointments, collecting copays, gaining preauthorization from insurance companies, as well as handling and maintaining all medical records in compliance with HIPAA
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited university in the field of psychology, social work, or related major
- At least one year in a mental health or medical office setting
- Patient care experience – preferably adult and/or mental health related
Preferred Experience and Qualifications:
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications
- Billing software knowledge
- Clinical Interviewing experience
- Basic Life Support Certification
Characteristics of our Clinical Coordinators:
- Displays a "patient first" mentality
Self-starter and self-manager
Exemplifies strong work ethic and operates with highest level of integrity in and outside of the office
- Acts courteously with all patients, staff, and doctors
- Detail oriented
- Physically able to stand on feet for many hours at a time
This position will be rotate between our Greenbelt and Columbia locations and may require travel to our other locations in the Greater Baltimore Region from time-to-time. There is a mandatory 3 week training in various centers throughout the Greater Baltimore Region, including Annapolis, Columbia, Glen Burnie and Greenbelt. Hours of operation are flexible and varying depending on our patients' needs (evenings and weekends too). We are a growing company seeking dedicated individuals who will be key employees as we expand into larger marketplaces.
We offer competitive salary, paid vacation, and medical/dental/vision benefits.If you feel you meet these qualifications and requirements, please submit your resume to:Egan Pratt, RNGreater Baltimore Regional Managerepratt@tmsneuro.com
Posted January 25, 2016
The Center on Assessment Research and Translation in the Department of Physical Therapy at UD is continually looking for research help. Students interested in clinical psychology would probably get the most out of it. We do research on patient-reported outcomes in healthcare (especially relating to reporting symptoms of depression, anxiety, etc.)
Talented students (current undergraduates, recent graduates, and even grad students and postdocs ) who are looking for research experience and/or need funding can contact Dr. Matthew Cohen (email@example.com).
Posted January 15, 2016
I am happy to announce that Western Kentucky University will be hosting a Summer 2016 National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program in psychology. The theme of the program is Advancing Psychological Research with Technology. Through this program, 8 undergraduate students will complete a 10-week internship, where they will each work closely with a faculty mentor on one or more research projects. Students will also participate in developmental workshops and activities related to topics such as ethics, research methods, statistics, computer software, and presentation skills. Program participants will receive a $5,000 stipend, free on-campus housing, reimbursement for travel to/from the program, and funds to travel to a national or international conference upon completion of the program. More information about the program can be found on the program website - http://www.wku.edu/psychological-sciences/reu/overview.php. A printable program flyer can be found here - http://www.wku.edu/psychological-sciences/reu_flyer_2016.pdf. Please distribute information about this unique program to any undergraduate student who has an interest in psychology. Students enrolled at colleges or universities with limited research opportunities, first generation college students, racial minorities, and students with one or more disabilities are especially encouraged to apply. The application deadline is March 1, 2016. If you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Best,Amber-------------------------------Amber Schroeder, Ph.D.Assistant Professor of Psychological Sciences3040 Gary Ransdell HallWestern Kentucky University(270) 745-2439
Posted January 12, 2016
REU Site: NYU Center for Behavioral Statistics and the Study of Motivated PerceptionUndergraduate Summer Internship ProgramJune 5 – July 30, 2016Dr. Emily Balcetis and Dr. Tessa West, social psychologists at New York University, invite interested and enthusiastic undergraduates to apply for the NYU Center for Motivated Perception Summer Internship Program. The program runs JUNE 5 – JULY 30, 2016. Applications due February 29, 2016. Interns will receive free NYU dorm housing, meal plans, and stipends to compensate for lost wages.This program is fully funded by the National Science Foundation as a Research Experience for Undergraduates program. The internship will take a hands-on approach to training in experimental research design and behavioral statistics. Interns will receive training in eyetracking, psychophysiology, dyadic interactions and video analysis across multiple domains including emotion, health, relationships, jury decisions, and politics. Interns will receive guest lectures from notable professors, attend workshops developing research skills and professional development, learn data analysis, and shadow PhD students. Students will produce novel research, an APA-style manuscript, and will present their work at a conference. The program fosters a strong sense of community within and outside of the science labs. The program promotes interns as leaders and their development of the self as a scientist. Dr. Balcetis and Dr. West are committed to mentoring during and after the internship ends and helping students achieve their academic career goals by supporting participation in professional conferences and their applications to graduate school after the internship ends.For more information about qualifications, application instructions, and intern responsibilities, visit the following website:sites.google.com/a/nyu.edu/nyu-spam-lab/internshipEmily BalcetisAssociate Professor of PsychologyNew York Universityemilybalcetis@nyu.edu
Posted January 12, 2016
The Yale Early Social Cognition Lab at the Yale Child Study Center is interested in recruiting multiple highly qualified students from the University of Delaware for an exciting pre-doctoral fellowship for current graduates or graduating seniors. The position will commence June 2016.
Successful applicants will be involved in a 2-year training program involving clinical research experience. Fellows will be responsible for assisting in a variety of research activities in the lab and for completing experimental protocols with infants and toddlers and their families. With research mentorship, selected applicants will be expected to guide a pre-determined project of research from the point of data collection through analysis and publication of results.
Interested students should send materials no later than February 1, 2016 in order to be considered for the position. Additional information can be found on our website here: https://medicine.yale.edu/childstudy/yescog/jobs/predoc_fellowship.aspx.
Questions regarding the Yale Fellowship in Developmental and Computational Social Neuroscience may be directed to Dr. Suzanne Macari at email@example.com.
Posted October 5, 2015
Several alumni from your undergraduate program have been successful students in our APA-accredited PsyD Program in Clinical Psychology. We have enjoyed working with your alumni and feel that the education you provided prepared them well for doctoral studies. We hope you will let other students interested in pursuing a PsyD know about our program. We emphasize evidence-based practice and offer concentrations in health psychology and child clinical psychology in addition to general clinical psychology. Our alumni employment rate is 98% and their EPPP pass rate is among the highest in Pennsylvania. Information about our program and the application are available at www.lasalle.edu/psyd . Our application deadline is January 8th. Very truly yours,Randy Fingerhut, Ph.D.Director, PsyD Program in Clinical PsychologyAssociate ProfessorDepartment of PsychologyLa Salle University 1900 W. Olney Ave.Philadelphia, PA 19141 (215) firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted October 1, 2015
I am reaching out to you in the hopes of referring student talent to our Master's in Human Resources Program. We have pressing needs from our employers for more talent from our program to address their HR global staffing gaps. Those individuals from a psychology, liberal arts or business program tend to do very well in our program and result in quick job placement in top Human Resource Fortune 100 organizations.
Some key points:
Why the Human Resources Profession: It is about employment
Numerous surveys indicate that HR continues to grow as a profession with robust employment opportunities (companies such as GE, IBM, Ingersoll Rand, Siemens). Graduates from our program earn from 55,000-88,000 as starting salaries; mean of 73K. We place 80% either before or 60 days after graduation. The remaining 20% gain employment typically in about 4-5 months following graduation. Nearly 100% of our students gain meaningful summer internships. We have a dedicated HR placement/career services group focused on key employer contact and HR placement facilitation.
Our Human Resources graduate program is part of a very top tier group of HR programs recognized on a global basis. We have the most HR faculty dedicated to advancing the field and a program which focuses on developing leading-edge skill and imparting state-of-the art knowledge within a global context. We are centered in the major Northeast metropolitan area with immediate access to hundreds of employers. While our program is anchored in strong research based knowledge we have an equal emphasis on applied skill building. For example, we champion several case project competitions sponsored by Corporations to hone student skill in analyzing time-sensitive critical HR issues faced by an organizations. Presentations of applied recommendations are given to top HR executive teams of sponsoring organizations. Our diverse classes number about 30 and in-depth class discussion and participation is also a hallmark of our program.
For those interested in a career in HR, our Masters is a transformational experience. Our tuition and associated costs compare very favorably to other top ranked HR programs. In addition, we offer scholarships and teaching assistants to support top student development and aid in the completion of the program. A vast majority complete our program in two years. I welcome direct contact and hope that this will be of interest to your student community. Our website www.mhrm.rutgers.edu provides further information.
We have an Open House 5-7:30 pm November 4 in our Levin Building and registration to attend will soon be available on our SMLR/MHRM website.
Director, Graduate Program in Human Resource Management
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Janice Levin Building
94 Rockafeller Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854-8098
Visit the Master's Program website and the development of HR leaders: www.mhrm.rutgers.edu
Posted September 4, 2015
As you may know, Chegg Tutors is one of the largest online tutoring platforms, with thousands of tutors and students working together daily. As a tutor at Chegg Tutors by InstaEDU you set your own schedule, make $20/hour, and work from the convenience of your own dorm room!
If you’re ready to teach, you can set your availability and we’ll message you with lesson opportunities or feature you in subject search results so students can send you a message. You can tutor using our online lesson space- using chat, audio, video and/or document sharing – whatever you feel most comfortable with.
Signing up takes less than 10 minutes! Just visit http://instaedu.com/become-a-tutor and follow a few easy steps. If you have any questions about tutoring with Chegg Tutors by InstaEDU, please email email@example.com.
Posted June 25, 2015
Research Interviewer Position
The Trauma and Anxiety Recovery Program in the Emory University
Department of Psychiatry is seeking to fill a full-time Research
Interviewer position. The position may include screening potential
candidates seeking treatment in various clinical research trials. It may
also include psychophysiological data collection, coding and entering
study information into an online database, and maintaining complete and
accurate records pertaining to all study protocols. The ideal candidate
will have some prior clinical research experience. A Veteran of the US
military is preferred but all candidates will be considered.
Barbara O. Rothbaum, Ph.D., ABPP
Professor in Psychiatry
Director, Trauma and Anxiety Recovery Program
Paul A. Janssen Chair in Neuropsychopharmacology
Associate Vice Chair of Clinical Research
Emory University School of Medicine
12 Executive Park Drive, 3rd Floor
Atlanta, GA 30329
(404) 727-3700 fax
Posted May 27, 2015
Autism Delaware/POW&R (Productive Opportunities for Work and
Recreation) is looking for creative and energetic individuals to plan
and implement a variety of community based activities and employment for
adults with autism spectrum disorders.
Must be at least 21 years old and have a valid driver's license.
Position requires knowledge of autism spectrum disorders and the desire
to mentor and support adults to reach their fullest potential through
job coaching and supporting employment, recreational, and social
If you have the compassion to see people live full lives this is the
position for you. Please respond with your resume. Night and weekend
availability a plus. We are hiring for part and full time positions.
Employment Services Coordinator
Social Recreation Coordinator
(302) 224-6020 x 211
Posted April 29. 2015
PAID SUMMER JOBS WITH PENNENVIRONMENT! The
Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit organization that
works to build support for progressive organizations across the
country. We've run campaigns for USPIRG, Environment America, the Human
Rights Campaign, the Sierra Club, Greenpeace, and Fair Share Alliance.This
summer, we are running an office in Philadelphia, PA for
PennEnvironment to close loopholes in the Clean Water Act. Loopholes in
the law leave 60% of our state's rivers and streams unprotected from
pollution. Currently, more than 20,000 miles of streams are listed as
"impaired" meaning that they are so polluted that you can't swim in them
or fish from them, and you definitely can't drink the water. The US
Senate will decide the fate of these waterways this summer, and we need
to make sure Senator Bob Casey is on the right side of the issue.This
is your chance to spend your summer working for a great cause, while
gaining valuable campaign leadership experience and making on average
between $9-14/hour. JOIN OUR CAMPAIGN OFFICE TODAY!Fill out the form here to set up an interview and to hear more about the positions we have available.
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Posted April 17, 2015
The Temple University Infant & Child Laboratory (TICL) at Ambler
is seeking a lab coordinator, a position presenting diverse
opportunities to participate in cutting-edge research in cognition and
development. TICL is directed by Professors Kathy Hirsh-Pasek and Nora
Newcombe. This lab coordinator would work with Kathy Hirsh-Pasek on a
project investigating a vocabulary intervention for preschoolers. The
project examines various strategies for teaching vocabulary through
shared book-reading plus guided play (in the form of playful learning
experiences including games, music, and sociodramatic play activities).
The lab coordinator will assist with research primarily on language
development, though opportunities to assist with research in other
domains may arise. The position is grant-funded, starting in August. Duties include:*Stimuli design and creation*Subject recruitment and scheduling*Data collection*Coding and analysis with children aged 2 months to 12 years*Organizing and sharing research findings at collaborative lab meetings and in federal grant reports*Managing IRB protocols*Assisting with research grants administration and accounting*Training and supervising student research assistants*Performing literature reviews. Required Education and Experience:Bachelor’s
degree in Psychology, Linguistics, Neuroscience or other relevant field
and at least six months experience working in a research setting,
preferably with parents and children. An equivalent combination of
education and experience may be considered. Preferred Skills and Abilities:*Demonstrated
computer skills and proficiency with MS Office Suite or similar
spreadsheet, database, word processing and presentation software.*Demonstrated proficiency with statistical software, such as SPSS/SAS, to complete quantitative and qualitative data analyses.*Experience with music composition and /or game design*Excellent communication, interpersonal, leadership, multi-tasking and organizational skills.*Demonstrated professional demeanor and sensitivity towards research participants.*Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.*Demonstrated ability to make presentations to small groups.*Ability to travel to off-site locations that may not be accessible by public transportation. This is a Grant-Funded position. To apply, please visit our website at http://www.temple.edu, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on Careers @ Temple. Please reference TU-19040. AA, EOE, m/f/d/v.
Posted April 1, 2015
Jefferson’s Postbaccalaureate Pre-Professional Program (P4)
has been developed for individuals seeking to complete their basic
science requirements in preparation for entrance to medical and other
health professional schools. Because a large percentage of our students
have completed their undergraduate degree in psychology, we wanted to
introduce you and your students to the program. The P4 is
designed to offer educational and professional development in the health
professions for academically competitive individuals with non-science
undergraduate and graduate degrees - all within a supportive,
collaborative and welcoming environment. In addition to outstanding
advising and test preparation, we offer linkages with Sydney Kimmel
Medical College and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine for
qualifying students. More information regarding student outcomes, curriculum, and admission requirements can be found here.
Posted February 3, 2015
Dr. Emily Balcetis and Dr. Tessa West, social psychologists at
New York University, invite interested and enthusiastic undergraduates
to apply for the NYU Center for Motivated Perception Summer Internship
Program. The program runs JUNE 8 - JULY 31, 2015. Applications due MARCH
20, 2015. Interns will receive free NYU dorm housing, meal plans, and
stipends to compensate for lost wages.
This program is fully funded by the National Science Foundation as a
Research Experience for Undergraduates program. The internship will take
a hands-on approach to training in experimental research design and
behavioral statistics. Interns will receive training in eyetracking,
psychophysiology, dyadic interactions and video analysis across multiple
domains including emotion, health, relationships, jury decisions, and
politics. Interns will receive guest lectures from notable professors,
attend workshops developing research skills and professional
development, learn data analysis, and shadow PhD students. Students will
produce novel research, an APA-style manuscript, and will present their
work at a conference. The program fosters a strong sense of community
within and outside of the science labs. The program promotes interns as
leaders and their development of the self as a scientist. Dr. Balcetis
and Dr. West are committed to mentoring during and after the internship
ends and helping students achieve their academic career goals by
supporting participation in professional conferences and their
applications to graduate school after the internship ends.
For more information about qualifications, application instructions, and intern responsibilities, visit the following website: https://sites.google.com/a/nyu.edu/nyu-spam-lab/internship
Posted February 1, 2015
Research Experience for UndergraduatesSpatial Intelligence and Learning Center, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA The
Temple University REU Program sponsored by the National Science
Foundation brings together a diverse group of summer interns to become
part of an interdisciplinary team approach to the science of learning.
We aim to provide students with a research experience that informs them
regarding a wide variety of synergistic activities using different
methodologies and populations, all coordinated on achieving the overall
goal of the Spatial Intelligence and Learning Center (SILC), namely
improving spatial learning and, ultimately, STEM learning.
About the Internship:Our goal is to involve undergraduates in a
team approach to science that coordinates basic and translational aims
that will have an influence on the next generation of effort in the
learning and cognitive sciences. This team approach goes beyond the
boundaries of Temple, as SILC involves much cross-institutional
collaboration. Summer interns will present their work at the fall All
Hands SILC Meeting as a capstone experience, as well as attending a
We are currently looking for rising juniors in psychology and other
related majors. Interns in our lab will focus on a given research track
while seeing each step of the research process. Duties include
recruiting participants, assisting in stimuli design and creation,
running participants, and coding and analyzing data. Interns will also
take part in a spatial and cognitive sciences reading group that will
provide a deeper understanding of our research. At the end if the
internship, interns will attend a professional conference. There will be
a stipend given to those who are accepted. Requirements:(1)
Applicants are majors in psychology or related fields (2) Applicants
must have proficiency in computer skills (3) Applicants must be reliable
and able to commit at least 40 hours/week for 8 weeks between June and
To apply to the REU Program at Temple University:If you are
interested in participating in the REU internship program, please fill
out our application (on our website below) and send the application, a
cover letter, and CV/Resume to Justin Long at Justin.email@example.com or (215) 204-4261 at Temple main campus.http://sites.temple.edu/silcreu/
Posted January 30, 2015
Advancing Psychological Research with Technology Western
Kentucky University will be hosting a Summer 2015 National Science
Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program in
psychology. The theme of the program is Advancing Psychological Research
with Technology. Through this program, 8 undergraduate students will
complete a 10-week internship, where they will each work closely with a
faculty mentor on one or more research projects. Students will also
participate in developmental workshops and activities related to topics
such as ethics, research methods, statistics, computer software, and
presentation skills. Program participants will receive a $5,000
stipend, free on-campus housing, a food stipend, reimbursement for
travel to/from the program, and funds to travel to a national or
international conference upon completion of the program. More
information about the program can be found on the program website - http://www.wku.edu/psychological-sciences/reu/overview.php. Please
distribute information about this unique program to any undergraduate
student who has an interest in psychology. First generation college
students, racial minorities, and students with one or more disabilities
are especially encouraged to apply. The application deadline is March
16, 2015. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted January 20, 2015
Announcing the First Annual Diversity Weekend
Sponsored by the Department of Psychology at the University of Minnesota
The Department of Psychology at the University of Minnesota is
pleased to announce its inaugural Diversity Weekend scheduled for April
8-10, 2015, on the Minneapolis campus.
Diversity Weekend is designed for individuals who are historically
under-represented in psychology graduate programs and who are interested
in learning about graduate training in the Department of Psychology at
the University of Minnesota. This program will feature a coordinated set
of formal and informal experiences designed to familiarize participants
with strategies for constructing successful graduate-school
applications, and to provide them with the opportunity to learn more
about the experience of graduate education in our department.
Individuals who meet the following criteria are eligible to apply:
Participants who are enrolled in a college or university as a
junior or senior, or who have graduated within the last two years (i.e.,
2012 or thereafter). Individuals currently enrolled in a terminal
masters-level graduate program in psychology also are eligible.
Participants who identify as a member of groups historically
under-represented in graduate training in psychology, including
individuals from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds, and participants
who are first-generation college students or graduates.·
Participants who are committed to pursuing doctoral training in
psychology in one of our programs of research: clinical science and
psychopathology; counseling psychology; cognitive and brain sciences;
industrial/organizational psychology; personality, individual
differences, and behavior genetics; quantitative psychology/psychometric
methods; or social psychology.
The costs of transportation and lodging will be covered for
applicants selected to participate in this program. Interested
individuals who are eligible to apply for this opportunity to visit the
Department onApril 8-10, 2015 are required to provide the following
information and materials:
· completed online application form that can be found at http://www.psych.umn.edu/diversityweekend/apply.html;
· copy of the applicant's undergraduate transcript (an unofficial copy will suffice);
· letter of recommendation from a faculty member familiar with the applicant;
· copy of the applicant's curriculum vitae or resumé.
The deadline for receipt of these materials is February 18, 2015 at 5
pm (CST). Applications will be reviewed during the last two weeks of
February and selection notifications will be sent in the first week of
Applicants are encouraged to review the graduate program areas,
including faculty profiles, prior to submitting their applications. For
more information about the Department of Psychology at the University of
Minnesota, please see http://www.psych.umn.edu.
Please direct any questions about the Diversity Weekend application,
the application and evaluation process, or Diversity Weekend to Richard M
Lee, Ph.D. at email@example.com or 612-625-6357.