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Diverse careers in community psychology

Author: Judah J Viola; Olya Glantsman
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, [2017]
Series: Advances in community psychology series.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Diverse Careers in Community Psychology details a range of potential career paths for someone with community psychology or related social science training, describes the different types of careers (e.g., tasks involved, benefits and challenges, salary range, etc.), and outlines steps one can take to develop such a career.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Diverse careers in community psychology.
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2017]
(DLC) 2017002684
(OCoLC)968507561
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Judah J Viola; Olya Glantsman
ISBN: 9780190457952 0190457953
OCLC Number: 969549364
Description: 1 online resource (xxxi, 321 pages) : illustrations, maps.
Contents: Cover; Series; Diverse Careers in Community Psychology; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Series Foreword by Bradley Olson and Nicole E. Allen; Foreword by Leonard A. Jason; About the Editors; Contributors; Introduction; 1. Answers to All Your Questions about Careers in Community Psychology; 2. Federal Careers for Applied Community Psychologists: Transitioning into a Public Health Agency; 3. Federal Careers for Applied Community Psychologists: Pathways and Roles; 4. Accidental Community Psychologist: From the Classroom to the State Capitol 5. Community-Based Practice Mission: To Deliver Psychology by Walking Around6. The World of Foundations: An Ideal Setting for a Community Psychologist; 7. Leading the Way: The Role of Community Psychology in Nonprofits; 8. Supporting Community Agencies: The Non-Academic Side of University Work; 9. Putting Your Training to Work: Finding a Practice Job; 10. Practicing Community Psychology in a Large Nonprofit Research and Evaluation Organization; 11. Five Years as a "Hired Gun": Working in For-Profit Evaluation Consulting 12. Practicing Community Psychology in a Small Evaluation and Consulting Firm13. Nonprofit Support: Can You Profit from Working with Nonprofits?; 14. Going Solo: Community Psychology as a Small Business; 15. A Crossroads of Disciplines: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Academy . . .; 16. Community Colleges: A Place for Community Psychology in Action; 17. Roles Beyond Faculty in Academia; 18. Preparing and Applying for a Teaching-Focused Faculty Position: Navigating the Road; 19. The Road to Scholarly Riches: Preparing and Applying for the Academic Market 20. Writing Grants to Fund Research and Programs21. International Community Psychology Development: A Case Example in Nigeria; 22. Doing Community Psychology Internationally: Lessons Learned in the Field; 23. From Preparation to Practice: How to Find Training in Community Psychology; Index
Series Title: Advances in community psychology series.
Responsibility: edited by Judah J. Viola, Olya Glantsman.

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