Area-Specific Resources

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Area-specific Resources by Professional Organizations

Below are examples to provide a sense of where you can seek out information on career exploration. Refer to websites of your area-specific professional organizations to see if any information is available.

American Psychological Association (APA)

APA’s career development page provides information on academic and non academic careers. They have suggestions for writing C.V.’s, grants, finding academic and non-academic jobs, potential career options to pursue with a Psychology degree, etc.

American Political Science Association (APSA)

APSA’s careers page provides resources on the types of careers with a Political Science degree, potential internship resources, and job and internship opportunities.

Modern Language Association (MLA)

MLA’s career resources page provides resources for graduates on the academic and non-academic job market, for hiring committees, and for those aiming to advance their careers.

American Historical Association (AHA)

AHA’s jobs and professional development page provides information on jobs, careers, and employment opportunities. You can also find advice and information for early career historians.

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