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Jobs using your Psychology Degree

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Date: Thursday 30 March 2017
Venue: TD121, Hawthorn Campus

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Find out about the diverse career opportunities available after completing an undergraduate psychology degree - for those who do not intend to pursue further studies towards psychologist registration or simply want to understand their options.


DBM Consultants

DBM Consultants provide research excellence and insights that help our clients make better business decisions. For the past 25 years, we’ve built strong relationships with Australia’s largest organisations, designing and implementing research that delivers critical evidence-based advice to drive strategic and tactical opportunities.

Alan Ren, panel member for this event, is an experienced research consultant with a multidisciplinary background in marketing and psychology. An accomplished program manager and leader with expertise in collecting, analysing and reporting quantitative (NPS & CEX) and qualitative data to inform tactical and strategic objectives for businesses and government.

Rebecca Peachey

Rebecca Peachey has over 15 years experience working across career and leadership development in university and corporate settings. Her strong interpersonal, evaluation and research skills developed completing a honours year in psychology, has enabled her to create a successful career which spans career development, vocational rehabilitation, leadership development and graduate recruitment.

Christine Yeung

Christine is a qualified Organisational Psychologist and has over 8 years experiences in psychology consulting with various organisations including ASX Top 100 professional services firms and government departments. She brings a wealth of experience and knowledge in designing and implementing effective and sustainable people solutions, not only aim to accelerate organisations’ performance but most importantly to develop healthier, happier and fairer Australian workplaces.

She is a strong advocate in ethnic equality. She is passionate about developing innovative and effective cultural diversity and inclusion solutions to bring equality to the Australian community. She actively involves in working with many purposeful organisations such as ASRC and Melbourne City Mission to empower refugees, people who seek asylum and migrants to enter, adapt and excel in the Australian workforce.

She is also the founder of Beyond Story. A social enterprise which is on a mission to inspire mindset change by challenging the way we currently think, feel and interact with each other. Through arts and storytelling, she cultivates a creative space for all to learn about different culture from people who seek asylum, refugees and migrants. The goal is to discover the true qualities each person possesses beyond these socially constructed cultural stories. Additionally, she is a young leader who is trained and mentored through a leadership program affiliated with United Nation and a ballet dancer.

Contact Information: Centre for Career Development