Adler School alumni and new graduates are strongly encouraged to stay in contact with the Office of Alumni Relations to be kept informed of the wide range of career support programming available. In addition to specific events, our office can help facilitate introductions to other alumni and organizations. Please contact Wendy Crupper (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information and to get started exploring our resources!
We recommend that alumni are utilize LinkedIn as a digital and living résumé. Join the Adler School Community group to see multiple job postings weekly, learn about upcoming workshops and events, and to connect with other practitioners in the field.
The Adler School provides our Psy.D. graduates with test preparation kits for the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology ( EPPP) licensure exam. These prep kits, valued at $1300 are provided to all Psy.D. alumni at no cost or shipping charges.
Many practitioners are required to earn continuing education units each year. The Adler School offers a number of workshop opportunities for its alumni. The Adler Child Guidance Center, the LGBTQ Center and other departments offer a comprehensive menu of offerings on a wide range of topics of CEU-credit courses and workshops throughout the year. Check out our calendar.
Library Privileges – Harold and Birdie Mosak Library
Graduates of the Adler School of Professional Psychology retain on-site Library privileges. Any former student who has completed a program is welcome to:
- Check out circulating books from the Mosak Library;
- Search online resources on site (contracts limit off-campus access to current members of the Adler community);
- Use audiovisual material within the Library;
- Consult with reference librarians;
- With prior authorization, review material in the Archives.Alumni are welcome to use the Library collections and services on-site during our normal hours.
Please contact the Library for more information. We invite alumni to take advantage of this service, provided free of charge by the Adler School of Professional Psychology.