The deadline to sign up as a mentee for the PSA mentorship program has been extended to this Saturday, October 16th! If you’re a first year student interested in psychology, don’t miss out on this opportunity to connect with upper year students (and a chance to win some prizes!) Sign up using the following link: https://forms.gle/FV9MVbMb7NPGAk9w8
For Fall 2021, the Volunteer Committee is bringing you two types of virtual hours: Students’ Hours (more discussion based) and Study with Me (quiet study time). Students’ Hours are designed to be an online space that acts in place of traditional office hours. Students can drop-in at any time during the session to ask questions and connect with other psychology undergraduates. This promotes a discussion based session where psychology students can gather and converse about any topic regarding psychology. In these hours, presentations may take place and volunteers will present an interesting topic, such as What I Wish I Knew […]
See below for Mohawk College’s Certificates for Mental Health and Disability Management and Brain Disorders Management. Faceboook link: https://www.facebook.com/PSAatUofT/photos/pcb.4234579306661728/4234578416661817/
We are looking for a part-time Research Assistant (RA) to join the lab. The individual must be female and of East Asian background. The RA will be responsible for tasks such as conducting interviews, completing literature reviews, managing surveys and questionnaires, and data entry and analysis. If you are interested, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and unofficial transcript as soon as possible. Thanks!
Are you in first or second year? Trying to figure out psychology at UofT? The Psychology Students’ Association is hosting Tea with Upper Years! Come ask your questions and meet upper-year psychology students Wednesday September 29th 4:00-5:30pm on Zoom! This is a great opportunity to network with other students in the psychology program and gain tips on navigating the ups and downs of undergrad! Wednesday September 29th 4:00-5:30pm Zoom sign up link: https://forms.gle/fVA1kFyaTC9wzk7U9
See the poster below for a work-study RA position available from CRAWL!
Carbon Conversations TO is a local environmental group which is helping people find the motivation to act on climate change. Our programs are designed using a psychological understanding of how people react to difficult news, how they face the need for change and how to turn this into practical and effective action to reduce CO2 emissions. We are currently accepting applications for our Facilitator Training program this Fall. This could be a great volunteer opportunity for psych students to develop facilitation skills and apply some of the psychological principles you are studying in a unique real-world setting.
Individual Project Opportunity: We are seeking one motivated student to join our research team. The project will investigate people’s latent prototypes of creative design. We will use semi-structured interviews to collect data. The student can enroll in either PSY405/406 or COG498/499.Requirement:third year or fourth-year psychology or cognitive science studentgreat communication and interpersonal skillshave experience with human-subject researchApplication:Please send your CV and unofficial transcript to email@example.com, and write a short cover letter in the email.
To assist with our Fall 2021/ Winter 2022 planning, the PSA Seminar Coordinators have created a Google Form to gauge topics of interest from the Psychology student body! In order to cater to YOUR interests, we would be very grateful if you could please fill out the short form below to indicate your ideas, interests and preferences. These seminars are for you, and we want to ensure we deliver engaging, fun, and relevant seminars to the Psychology student body. This form should take about 5-6 minutes to complete: https://forms.gle/AnMiFa4ci5xVJzTr9
Please see the page below for more details on this opportunity. Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/PSAatUofT/photos/a.608393295947032/4055296061256721/