|r' Kids||Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services (IRIS)|
|Albert J. Solnit Psychiatric Center||Judicial Branch, State of Connecticut|
|APT Foundation||Larry Albert House (Community Solutions)|
|Bridgeport Juvenile Review Board||Madison Youth and Family Services|
|Children's Center of Hamden||Martha's Place|
|Dixwell-Newhalville Community Mental Health Services||New Haven Family Alliance|
|Ebony Horsewomen||New Haven Home Recovery|
|Family Centered Services of CT||Shoreline Wellness Center|
|Hartford House (Community Solutions)||Substance Abuse Treatment Unit (Connecticut Mental Health Center)|
Widely varied social service, business, and industry settings offer employment choices to psychology majors based on their particular focus or experience.
Many psychology majors continue their studies at the graduate level, pursuing degrees in business, human resources, criminal justice, human and social services, social work, or clinical psychology. The Psychology Department offers two graduate degrees in the field: the master of arts in community psychology and the master of arts in industrial/organizational psychology.