Monthly Archives: March 2013

Would you like to become a leader in the non-profit sector?

  With no end to winter in sight, a graduate scheme in the non-profit sector could be just the thing to keep you warm. Photo: D.Gillie, Cairngorm plateau in winter (I’ve ‘borrowed’ this post with the kind permission of my … Continue reading

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What will you be doing this summer………?

Along with the well-earned rest, the holiday and general ‘downtime’ – how else will you make this a summer to remember? Coming along to the presentation on Third Sector internships  (paid and available for up to 10 weeks) tomorrow, Friday 15th March here at … Continue reading

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Psychology talking heads……….

The series of lunchtime talks by psychology professionals, organised by Dr Rob MacIntosh, was a great opportunity for you to find out more about routes into the psychology professions, what it’s like to do the job, and get advice on how … Continue reading

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Evidencing your research skills and experience for Clinical Psychology – some ideas

If you’re considering a career as a clinical psychologist you’ll know how important it is to have evidence of relevant research and experience to enable you to apply for the D.Clin. Psych.  Along with experience through paid work and volunteering, I thought it may be … Continue reading

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