SOCIOLOGY RELATED LINKS
American Sociological Association
A non-profit membership association dedicated to advancing Sociology as a scientific discipline and profession that provides information for students about getting a career in Sociology.
OCCUPATION/ MAJOR EXPLORATION
American Sociological Association: Careers in Sociology
Gives a wide variety of information on careers in Sociology, such as job prospects for BA graduates, career preparation and information on graduate training in Sociology.
Careers in Sociology
This website helps connect students with careers and describes typical career paths that go along with a degree in Sociology. Different chapters on this site allow viewers to explore different scenarios of job exploration.
KSU: What can I do with a Major in?
Provides Sociology Majors with a list of careers that are available to them. Along with this list, information on skills, responsibilities, wage, qualifications and more is provided for each career.
Rutgers: Careers in Sociology
Offers a detailed explanation of what Sociology involves, the skills that are gained and the possible careers that are available to those with a Bachelor's degree in Sociology.
Navigating the Sociology Major
This page offers support for undergraduates exploring the sociology major.
U of A: What to do with a Sociology Degree
Contains a list of careers for Sociology majors, along with employers and strategies that can be used in achieving a desired position.
PennState: Resources for Sociology Majors
Offers Sociology majors information on choosing a graduate school and key steps to the application process.
Rutgers: Graduate School in Sociology
Provides Sociology majors information on what they have to look forward to in pursuing graduate school. Topics on this site include reasons for going to graduate school, requirements, the application process and more valuable information.
Florida State's Summer Pre-Law Program
This intensive 4-week program (May-June) provides an inside look at law school and the legal profession. Applications accepted October-March. $500 stipend and room and board provided. There are no fees for the program, though participants must cover transportation to and from Florida.
EMPLOYMENT/ INTERNSHIP RESOURCES
Gives those interested in social services the ability to search for jobs through internet job boards, newspapers and classified ads.
Maryland Nonprofit Leadership Program
The Walter Sondheim Jr. Nonprofit Leadership Program offers paid summer internships for students interested in nonprofit management.
Social Work Job Bank
Students can use this search engine to look for jobs relating to social work and social services. It is free and easy to use.
The Social Service Job Site
Great place to look for a job in social services. In addition, any social service organization that has a web site can get a free link to increase your job search reach.
United Chapters of Alpha Kappa Delta: International Sociology Honors Society
Includes links and information on sub-disciplines of sociology, career paths, grants and graduate school for Sociology majors.
What are they Doing with a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology?
Detailed analysis and data brief on the satisfaction people have had with a degree in Sociology and careers paths taken.
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