Resources for Early Career Psychologists

Awards for Div. 37 ECP Members

Helpful Links for Early Career Psychologists

A Helpful Article Regarding Licensure Requirements by State

DiLillo, D., DeGue, S., Cohen, L. M., & Morgan, R. D. (2006). The path to licensure for academic psychologists: How tough is the road? (PDF, 95KB) ) Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 5, 567-586.

ECP Resource-Sharing Database

You can subscribe to the Div. 37’s ECP resource sharing database by sending an email. The database includes information about other Div. 37 ECPs, sample copies of course syllabi, and other documents relevant to ECPs.

Negotiation Skills

Policy-Related Fellowships in Social and Behavioral Science

Work-Life Balance

ECP Advice and Information

The Advocate (the division's newsletter) includes an ECP corner and an ECP advice column

Benefits for ECP Members

  • Opportunities for leadership development, mentoring and networking.

  • Social events at APA Convention.

  • Access to professional development resources.

Div. 37 Committee for Early Career Psychologists

  • Christy Olezeski (chair), Yale University School of Medicine

  • Elizabeth Ahern, University of Cambridge

  • Cheryl Arndt, KidsPeace

  • Sarah Cleary, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

  • Angelique Day, University of Washington

  • Kristi Geissler, Oceanside School District

  • Helen Masland Milojevich, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Sonia Rubens, Santa Clara University

  • Rebecca Kanine, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

  • Jennifer Lovell, Cal State Monterey Bay

Contact Us

To join the ECP email list or if you have questions or concerns about the ECP committee, please contact Christy Olezeski.