Government-Supported & Non-Profit Organizations Careers

male worker bending down to help childrenWith your degree in Psychology--(it can be any level of degree) you might consider pursuing a career in a government-supported or non-profit organization. You have probably heard about these organizations, but may not have thought this was for you. However, each of these types of organizations has a lot to offer to graduates. Click here to view all jobs from government-supported and non-profits or view them individually below.


Government-Supported Organizations Careers that Require a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology

The clearest examples of this type of organization are Americorps and the Peace Corps. Click here to view these job descriptions on the same page. Otherwise, view them individually by clicking the boxes below.



Non-Profit Organizations Careers that Require a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology

A nonprofit organization is an organization that uses its surplus revenues to further achieve its purpose or mission, rather than distributing its surplus income to the organization's shareholders as profit or dividends. Some examples include the Humane Society, Creative Commons, and the Smithsonian Institute. Here is a more extensive list.