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Psychology & Human Services Info Session

William James College provides complimentary presentations tailored to students interested in pursuing a career in Mental & Behavioral Health, Human Services other topics related to psychology. Learn about the variety of clinical work in the mental and behavioral health field and underserved populations in need of culturally competent mental health providers.

Programs are available onsite at community colleges/undergraduate schools, community organizations and places of business. We are now offering virtual presentations to undergraduate classes, career centers and student clubs. With an array of educational and career paths available, the options in psychology and behavioral health or human services may seem overwhelming.  Attend a scheduled program or coordinate an event with Beth Rogan, Associate Director of Marketing and Outreach.

A Sampling of Information Sessions Include

  • Careers in Psychology and Behavioral Health
  • Careers Paths available with a BS degree in Psychology and Human Services
  • Organizational and Leadership Psychology
  • Is School Psychology the Career For You?

Offsite Programs

The following programs are for students who are interested in an overview and discussion on:

  • First steps in choosing a career in psychology, behavioral health or human services
  • Students who are nearing completing their AS/AD or Bachelor’s degree and seeking a career in human service, behavior or mental health
  • Specific jobs and roles in human services
  • Various branches of psychology
  • Level of training: Bachelors, Masters or Doctoral Degree; scope of practice and licensure
  • Careers available
  • Field training, career setting and specialties
  • Preparing for a program in higher ed or graduate school
  • Getting some answers about next steps in a career and or graduate school

For more information please contact Beth Rogan a beth_rogan@williamjames.edu or call 617-564-9421.