Psychology major Shannon Giguere ’19 takes control of her future and finds her professional path.
R. Todd Coy
School of Business & Social Sciences
Studying psychology trains you to evaluate the needs of others, compile accurate and organized records, and communicate with empathy and compassion as you consider the best interests of your clients. Not only do these valuable skills open up a variety of career opportunities in mental health and social services, they also prepare you for success in a wide range of other fields including business, education, health care, law and communications, just to name a few.
There are many variables to consider when choosing a career. Your required internship provides you with hands-on, introspective research into your future.
Your coursework, research projects and internship have given you the skills and knowledge to graduate with confidence. Get ready to put your degree to work promoting the mental and emotional well-being of current and future generations.
Transition easily to graduate-level counseling, teacher certification or law school programs through Colby-Sawyer’s partnerships with Plymouth State University, Springfield College and Vermont Law School.