APA Minority Fellowship Program
MFP is a federally funded training program that provides financial support and guidance to promising minority doctoral students and postdoctoral trainees. Its aim is to increase the number of ethnic minority professionals in the field of psychology and enhance psychology's understanding of the life experiences of ethnic minority communities.
Sexuality & Gender
The APAGS Resource Guide for LGBT Students in Psychology: Written by graduate students, this guide covers coming out issues, therapist self-disclosure, establishing a supportive community, doing LGBT research, and more.
Men: A Growing Minority?: Women earning doctoral degrees in psychology outnumber men three to one. What does this mean for the future of the field?
Improving accessibility on internship: Students with hidden disabilities may struggle with finding accommodations while on internship. Here's how to ease the transition.