Hello, I am looking for some advice....I want to attend either a Counseling Ph.D. program or a PsyD program. Just some personal background, I just graduated with a B.S. double major in Health Science and Psychology, with a 3.9 GPA, and did decent enough the GRE. I have just about every undergraduate Psyc and research-related course I could take, with a 4.0 in Psychology courses. I am trying to work for about two years before applying to a doctoral program, for general money reasons ha. But I am trying to decide what to do during that time to boost my application....I work for a university so I am lucky to have a lot of resources at my feet. I am getting involved with volunteer work for the University's sexual assault crisis team, and a local domestic violence outreach group. But I also think I should continue taking some courses to improve my educational transcript. I have been looking into the Harvard Extension School Psychology masters....or perhaps just their Human Behavior Graduate Certificate in combination with an Applied Research Certiifcaite at the university I am working for (that would be paid for as a staff member). Those options would allow me to continue my education while getting a salaried paycheck. Does anyone have any advice regarding what would get me where I want to get? Do I need to just accept the fate of student debt and take the loans needed out to pursue a full-time master's? Thanks in advance!