Your brand statement expresses your professional value in a clear and concise introduction for employers. Think of it as a tool for you to tell the psychology industry your story, including your education, accomplishments, and skills. You can get more detailed advice in our Brand Statement Guide.
Research assistant with strong organizational and analytical skills developed through a master’s degree in psychology at the [school name]. Gained in-depth knowledge about research methodologies, scientific writing, and psychological principles. Passionate about working on research studies about human development, particularly the emotional development of young children in the home environment. Skilled at conducting qualitative research, including designing surveys, conducting interviews, coding data, and analyzing data.
Admissions advisor dedicated to helping prospective university students realize their potential through thoughtful and supportive recruiting. Transitioned to admissions advising from a career in nonprofit fundraising by earning a master’s degree in psychology from the [school name]. Developed a deep understanding of human behavior to understand the motivations of prospective university applicants. Currently utilize interpersonal and presentation skills to provide a cohesive recruiting experience for prospective students.
Learning and development specialist leveraging 6+ years in human resources as a recruiter to help employees advance and grow within an organization. Earned Master of Arts in Psychology from the [school name] to develop understanding of learning and change within the individual and group, particularly within the work setting. Expanded knowledge of human resources to include team dynamics, training, performance management, and organizational leadership theories.