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MSP Career Fair Employers from MDC talking with MSP students.

June 7, 2019
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Thank you to everyone who attended the Career Fair this year! 

Presented by Student Engagement, the Career Fair is an opportunity to bring employers who are looking to hire TLLP, LLP, and LP licensed psychologists and BCBAs to campus to meet current psychology students and alumni. 

Click here for a list of employers who attended Career Fair 2019. Stay tuned for details on next year’s Career Fair.


MSP Career Services Month 

Each year, Student Engagement presents a month of activities designed to help students find a job after graduation.

From start to finish, the Career Services calendar is packed with opportunities to prepare for job hunting. From resume review, professional looking headshots, and interview practice to workshops that cover job hunting with a TLLP, starting a private practice, and networking and social media, MSP students are equipped with the skills, knowledge, and experience they will need to land that first job!

Check back in early 2020 for the full schedule of events!


Resources

The following articles have been collected for your reference on career development.

  • Early career psychologists need to build bridges that create opportunities to engage, learn, network and become leaders within the discipline of psychology.

APA Committee on Early Career Psychologists. (2006). Building bridges: Opportunities for learning, networking, and leadership. Retrieved from http://www.apa.org/careers/early-career/building-bridges.pdf

  • These guidelines provide psychologists with information and strategies for multicultural psychological practice.

Task Force of APA Divisions 17 Counseling Psychology & 45 The Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues. (2002). Guidelines on multicultural education, training, research, practice and organizational change for psychologists record keeping guidelines. Retrieved from http://www.apa.org/pi/oema/resources/policy/multicultural-guideline.pdf

  • The APA Record Keeping Guidelines (RKG) have been revised to take into account changes in practice such as electronic record keeping as well as legislative and regulatory requirements including HIPAA. The new RKG provide guidance in such areas as preserving the context of records, organization and level of detail, and retention time and records disposal. 

Kinscherff, R., Sturm, C., Abrahamson, D. J., & Nessman, A. C. (2010). Applying the APA Record Keeping Guidelines in clinical practice. Retrieved from http://www.apapracticecentral.org/flash/record-keeping-guidelines/index.aspx