Obtaining Experience Beyond the Classroom in the Online Psychology Degree Program and Beyond
November 25 at 7 p.m.
Did you know there are 11 opportunities to gain experience beyond your classes in just the online psychology degree program alone?
If you are wanting to go to graduate school or be competitive on the job market, you will need to do something more than just take classes.
Find out how at this informative Town Hall Meeting held during Thanksgiving week.
During it, Dr. Lee Daffin, Online Psychology Degree Director, will discuss 10 current opportunities and a new one starting in spring 2020 (a new Peer Mentor program) for online psychology majors and minors. As well, he will discuss opportunities outside of the psychology department which any online student can partake in. So, this event will be relevant for all.
Dr. Daffin will be joined by a panel of current students engaged in such endeavors or staff who oversee them which will allow for more than one perspective to be shared on what is involved with each.
All Global Campus students should attend! Many of the opportunities apply to more than just Psychology majors and minors.
Monday, November 25, 2019
7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
To attend, please use the information below for Zoom:
- Join from PC, Mac, Linus, iOS, or Android: https://wsu.zoom.us/j/856292479
- Meeting ID: 856 292 479
- Share Screen/Content Wirelessly
- Go to https://share.zoom.us and enter Meeting ID: 856 292 479
- Phone Call (long distance)
- +1 720 707 2699
- +17207072699..856292479# US (One Tap Mobile Call)
- Find your international phone number: https://zoom.us/u/adrn3W4w74
Be advised that you do not have to attend with video or audio. You can ask questions through the chat feature in Zoom. Also, you can download the Zoom app and attend remotely.
The Town Hall Meeting will be recorded for those who cannot attend live.