I'm currently a college sophomore deciding majors. I'm thinking of getting my bachelors in psych and then applying to grad school to get my masters in education specializing in school counseling.
My school has a school counseling graduate program (Hunter College in NYC). I want to become a high school counselor.
Are secondary school counselor jobs secure in the economy? Are there good prospects?
How competitive are the school counseling grad programs? Are they tough to get into?
Can anybody give me advice on what I have to do/classes to become a psychiatrist? Or counselor for people?
Sorry, I am clueless on details to my own question. I just dont know what college classes I have to take.
I would like to go into mental health care, for people. Kids, teenagers, military personnel, couples. But I dont know what steps to take.
I want to work with children, and I really want to know which jobs involve interacting with kids. Please help me. I have a teacher and a pediatrician so far. Help. Please!
Im in a college success class and our project is to research our opportunities and I was assigned counseling and am suppose to ask these questions to a college counselor which I did but the answer was vague and not very helpful.
So now I am turning to Yahoo answers to get some more information.
Any comments are helpful!!
My husband is a pastor and has two degrees..one in Religion and the other in Communication. He's changing jobs for a while and going to grad school. What can he do with those?
I am nearing the end of my freshman year in high school right now and I am thinking about college and what I want to do with my life. I thought that being a guidance counselor would be a good job for me and I would like to know the major and minor i should take at a university. Would i need a degree in teaching? Please help! Thank you!
I am in college studying to become a paralegal and I would like to find a basic office job, preferably in a law firm so I can gain professional work environment experience, prior to a paralegal job. Where can I look to find basic or entry level office jobs? Any recommended websites or types of businesses to look?
He is 19 and a good kid and nice looking too but he has no self assurance at all. He goes in someplace to ask about a job and every time he comes out looking rejected. He has turned in applications all over town and also applied online to quite a few. He is getting so discouraged that no one has called him. Please don't suggest any work at home jobs. Thanks for your help.
I love electronics, bottom line. Im going into college and plan on majoring in animation along with game design and programming. This is just an interest of mine but what would be the job title of someone who creates new technological devices anywhere from ipods to whole new operating systems for any device. I want to make cool gadgets and fancy electronics not just for modern use but maybe for military and so on. Could anyone tell me what kind of job title this would be? and what i could possibly major in in college to make a career out of this? All advice and help is greatly appreciated!
I just finished school in December and I wanna know exactly what job fields I should be looking into. I am not sure if I am looking for the right field.
I also wanna know if its a good idea to go into the graphic design field/web design field for my Bachelors degree
I want to get back to college and get my master degree In counseling and psychotherapy ,does anybody know how the job market is and what is the salary range?
I want to become a community college counselor but I'm not sure what to get my BA in. I know I need to go to Grad school and get a Masters in educational counseling or something similar. but I'm uncertain what would be best to get a Bachelors in. I don't care to study psychology because it's program content is mainly conducting research. (but if it's the best route, then I'll do it). Right now i'm considering human development(with emphasis in counseling) at Cal State San Marcos, sociology,(possibly psychology), or communications at San Diego State University.I've been admitted to both schools and uncertain which path to go. Any suggestions?
Or middle school counselor, and what training do I need? Also, do they get paid well?? and what can they do to make additional income??
how much schooling does it take
I am considering this as a career, and I am curious what the job duties are and whether it is a rewarding job.
I've been talking with a counselor for a college I'm thinking about transferring to. If I follow the track that we've discussed, I'll graduate with the following: Master's Degree in School Counseling, Certification to teach K-5, Certification to teach K-8 English, and Students with Disabilities certification. I feel that this is a really good set up, but I could be wrong, any input?
Is it possible for me to get a job as a paralegal with a certificate in paralegal studies and a bachelors in English? What about a physical therapy assistant certificate?
Should I get a bachelors or associates in paralegal studies?
Also should i get a certificate, bachelors or associate in radiology technology?
I have a kid and am thinking about taking classes to be a school social worker or psychologist so I can help people but be off in the summer with my child. Only problem is I've been told those kind of jobs are hard to get. Is that true, and if it is any suggestions on similar jobs that also meet the need for workers to be with their families?
Whats the difference between those jobs? I'm planning on being one of those jobs when I'm older and I want something where I talk to people who feel depressed, confused teenagers, suicidal people and people who just need some help. Which one of those jobs are most likely what I want to be and are they easy to study to be?
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
I am applying to Graduate Schools & one of the programs states that I will be certified with an LPC, while the other states a Licensed Psychological Associate -- What are the differences?!?!