The Career Development Center (CDC)

Located on the second floor of Glendening Hall (211), the CDCenter is a great resource for professional/graduate school research, career exploration and internship/employment opportunities.

Make an online appointment to visit the CDC!

The Seahawk Opportunity Network is the Career Center's internal job and internship database, designed to enable students and alumni to easily connect with local, regional, and national employers. Check it out!

Alumni Spotlight


Niki Novak '09

Jennifer "Niki" Novak earned her Master's degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy from Chestnut Hill College in 2011. She is currently a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist at DC Counseling and Psychotherapy and Director of Training and Quality Improvement at Pathways to Housing in Washington, D.C.


Websites for Graduate School in Psychology

GRE Online - The official Web site for the Graduate Record Exam; it includes lots of useful information, including sample test questions

Peterson's Guide to Graduate Schools Includes a searchable database offering information on more than 6,000 psychology degree programs, interviews with students, and articles about psychology careers and specialties. - A comprehensive directory of 7,100 psychology degree programs at over 1,800 schools (campus & online options). A comprehensive directory of psychology degree programs online. Also offers resources such as specializations, scholarship, certifications, careers, as well as the different degree options.

gradPSYCH - the magazine of the APA of Graduate Students (APAGS)

APA's tips for getting into graduate school

APA Resources for Students

APA ListServs for Students (includes a ListServ called MENTORS that connects students with practicing psychologists)