3 Ways to Boost Psychology Undergraduates Confidence in Job-Ready Skills

Do psychology undergraduates have job-ready skills? 

Many professors believe their graduates are skilled and ripe for the job marketplace, but students don’t feel as confident. So it’s no surprise that this topic emerged in several presentations at the recent Society for Teaching Psychology (STP) conference. 

STP conferences gather the brightest and most talented psychology instructors around the country. At this year’s conference, there were three excellent techniques discussed that can boost psychology undergraduates’ confidence in their job-ready skills. 

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