Careers & Opportunities
Starting in your second year, you’ll have the chance to work on-site in the Psychoeducational Clinic of Temple University doing comprehensive psychoeducational evaluations with clients, generally between the ages of five and 21. The clinic operates on a sliding scale, and students have a chance to work with families and young people from a diverse range of backgrounds.
School Partnerships & Associations
- Pennsylvania Department of Human Services: A recent partnership between the College of Education and the Department of Human Services has allowed students in the on-campus clinic to work with underserved populations and conduct comprehensive evaluations with young people in the community.
- Steppingstone Scholars Program: The department recently partnered with this nonprofit to place students in the school districts in and around Philadelphia. Steppingstone Scholars works with with families and school partners to provide rigorous educational programming and support for talented underserved students in the Philadelphia Region.
Graduates of the School Psychology EdS typically practice school psychology in either public or private schools, conducting evaluations and developing intervention programs. Others go on to become educational consultants or supervisors of special education. Currently, the program has 100 percent internship and job placement rates for its students and graduates.