Students and Recent Graduates: Options with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology: From Working to Graduate School”
Jessica Cannone, BA
Friday, January 10, 2020 7:15 pm – 9:15 pm
Presentation followed by Question & Answer Period as Time Allows
Sign in will begin at 6:45 pm.
Handouts and seating can be guaranteed only for those who pre-register and pay by 1/03/20.
Location: Kings Park High School, Room 101, 200 Route 25A Kings Park, New York 11754 (Facilities are handicapped accessible)
Registration SCPA Members: Free
Non Members ~ $10.00 fee until 01/03/20, $15.00 fee from 01/04/20 – 01/10/20*
ABOUT THE PRESENTATION
Often times, those graduating with an undergraduate degree in psychology find themselves feeling limited in their next step following degree completion; they feel they must jump immediately into a graduate program or that they possess a degree that does not provide opportunity for job placement without further training or academia. While most will go off to a graduate program, which is highly encouraged at some point, there are other fulfilling measures that can be taken before then to make you a well- rounded and advantageous candidate for graduate studies. This talk will highlight job opportunities and CV building experiences that are available and beneficial to those possessing a bachelor’s degree in psychology following graduation.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Jessica Cannone is a first year Psy.D. student at Hofstra University. She graduated from St. Joseph’s College in 2017 with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Biology. Following graduation, she was employed 2 years full time as a Research Support Specialist at Stony Brook University for Dr. Daniel Klein’s longitudinal Temperament Study. She gained clinical experience working with teens and their families administering psychological interviews and gathering biological data, and had the opportunity to work on independent research projects and present findings at psychological conferences. Jessica is currently interested in working with struggling adolescents and young adult populations and has a passion for the fields of health psychology and positive psychology
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 631-623-0293 and be sure to leave a contact at the number in your email or message. You may register and pay for this and any of our other workshops via our website: http://www.suffolkpsych.org/workshops-and-events.asp or by mailing in your payment by January 3, 2020 (payable to SCPA) with your name and contact information to: Suffolk County Psychological Association, P.O. Box 397, Commack, NY 11725
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