Do you enjoy helping children? Would you like to play an important role in the life of a child? You might consider becoming a nanny. This is definitely an unique career option for someone with a degree in Psychology. You can find one agency that hires nannies here. You might also search on Yahoo for “nanny jobs”.
Believe it or not, employers do not hire people within a week of posting their ad. Often times they spend weeks eliminating people in grueling step by step interview processes. You may have one interview with a supervisor and then get passed on to another person a week later. Don’t think you can start looking for a job two weeks before graduation and be just fine. Start looking a couple months in advance. Get a working resume going, and even go to your college career center for help.
If you work a full-time job, and have a family, finding 18 hours out side of that to study your course work will be difficult. It is better to either work part-time or take less coursework.
So here are some keys to help you find a rehab therapist job. Many of them apply to finding a job in any field, with a few tweaks for the rehab therapist.
Teeth and Dental Care. Don’t let your dental health slide. Your dental health affects your overall health. At home, regular brushing and flossing with regular checkups and cleanings can keep expensive dentistry at bay.
Home Repair or Construction. Many high schools have construction or industrial technology programs that employ many types of specialties. Carpenters, plumbers, and electricians can cost in excess of an hour. Call the local high schools and speak with the teachers to find the best students suited for your particular tasks.
Narrow down your options for possible schools to 6 to 12 options. Then request an information and admission packet from each of these schools. Review and read this information carefully.