Education is a wide-ranging field that includes structured and alternative pathways to teaching in the US and abroad as well as leadership roles in schools, communities, government, technology and media firms, higher education, museums, and nonprofit organizations. Opportunities can be found in public policy, data analysis, curriculum development, instructional design, and more.

Popular career pathways in Psychology include clinical and counseling services to address mental and emotional health. issues. Consider populations you’re interested in helping or particular issues you’d like to help with.  For those interested in studying the science of behavior to help identify solutions to human and organizational problems in a work setting, Industrial and Organizational Psychology (I/O Psych) can be a good career path to consider. This growing field requires expertise in the design, execution and interpretation of research.

Social workers can practice at the micro level, (working one-on-one with clients), or on a macro level (policy work). Social workers work in many environments, including private practice, schools, hospitals, private or government agencies, correctional facilities, hospice, and more.

Top 10 glamorous education jobs for students, recent grads, and others early in their careers

The field of education, often perceived as traditional and understated, holds a variety of roles that sparkle with a unique glamour, particularly for students, recent graduates, and those early in their career paths. These positions offer a blend of intellectual …

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College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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…But How Do I Make The Right Choice?

It’s that time of year – you’re starting to hear back from volunteer sites, research opportunities, graduate schools, or internship/job applications. Now that you know what your possibilities are, how do you decide which one to pursue?

Making big decisions …

By Katie Fell
Katie Fell Assistant Director, Harvard College Still Deciding, Exploring, & Self-Assessment
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Neuroscience and Brain Behavior Career Pathways Panel Recap

Did you miss the Neuroscience and Brain Behavior Career Pathways Panel?  Our amazing alumni panelists (see below) had some valuable insights to share. 

Take Note! 

OCS PAF Meera’s Take Away: 

Reverse engineering your career is a thing! Either divert from your …

By Katie Fell
Katie Fell Assistant Director, Harvard College Still Deciding, Exploring, & Self-Assessment
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