Online Programs Webinar Series

The SIOP Education and Training Online Programs Subcommittee is hosting a free virtual workshop, Finding Career Opportunities in I-O Psychology and Related Fields, on Nov. 17, 2022.

This is the second workshop in this series; you can view the recording from the Oct. 20, 2022, session, Resources for I-O Graduate Programs, here.

Finding Career Opportunities in I-O Psychology and Related Fields November 17, 2022 Recording

Finding Career Opportunities in I-O Psychology and Related Fields

7-8:30 p.m. ET Thursday, November 17, 2022



This workshop is part of a series designed to help connect I-O graduate students, particularly those in online graduate programs, to the greater I-O community through connections to keynote speakers, alumni panelists, skill-building sessions, and other networking opportunities. Students and faculty (particularly those who mentor/advise I-O driven undergraduate and graduate students) are invited.

This session will feature speakers who are successful I-O online graduate program alumni. They will share their stories of how they built their careers and overcame obstacles as well as provide guidance for how students can prepare for the next steps in their career path. A question-and-answer period will follow their presentations to provide an opportunity for the audience to ask questions and engage with the panelists.

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Richard Nemanick, Principal Consultant with Nemanick Leadership Consulting

Rik is a principal consultant with Nemanick Leadership Consulting, a leader development firm based in St. Louis. For more than 20 years, he has worked with organizations of all sizes helping them develop their leadership talent. He is the author of the book, The Mentors Way, which details his approach to both mentoring and career development.

Rik is an adjunct faculty of executive education at Washington University in St. Louis and an ICF Associate Certified Coach and a Board Certified Coach. He earned his doctorate in organizational psychology from Saint Louis University. He has been a SIOP member since 1994 and co-leads the SIOP practitioner mentoring program as part of the Professional Development Committee.

Activity: Panel of I-O Alumni - Audience Q&A with I-Os in the Field

Attending this workshop will help attendees:

  • Make connections
  • Develop relevant skills
  • Prepare for their I-O-related careers

This workshop series is intended for graduate students pursuing a degree in I-O Psychology or a similar field. It will include a focus on virtual resources, which supports the applicability of this content to students in hybrid and online programs.