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MSP Career Fair ballpen-close-up-desk

June 7, 2019
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Join us for this first annual MSP Career Fair for early career psychologists! 

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. 

For Student & Alumni Attendees

Registration for the June 7th Career Fair opens at the end of March.  Space will be limited so we recommend registering early!

The Career Fair will host a variety of employers for TLLPs, LLPs, LPs and BCBAs!  This is a wonderful opportunity to hunt for a job, build relationships for future employment opportunities and develop contacts within the field. You do not need to be graduating this year to attend.  We welcome all current students and alumni to attend!

Registration is required for attendance.  You will register for a one hour period between 2-5 PM.

Click here for a list of employers who will be hiring at the Career Fair.

Attendee Registration

For Employers

Register now to connect with current psychology students and graduates!

Why Participate?

  • Students from MSP and from other local psychology programs will be invited to attend the fair.
  • All MSP students are focused on the study of psychology and therefore all are interested in obtaining a position within the field of psychology
  • Promote your employment opportunities directly to potential applicants
  • Network with other members of the field

Registration is $40.00 and will be billed once your registration is approved. 

Registration includes:

  • A table with a tablecloth and two chairs
  • Wireless internet
  • Parking
  • Access to the employer lounge stocked with beverages and snacks

Space is very limited; we recommend registering early!

Employer Registration


MSP Career Services Month May 6 – June 7, 2019

May 6 – May 17 – Mock Interviews

May 27 – June 7 – Career Service Events Including:

    • Alumni panel
    • Cover letter workshop
    • Free headshots
    • Resume review
  • Working with a TLLP discussion
  • Starting a private practice workshop

June 7 – MSP Career Fair


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