Join a Subcommittee!

We’re recruiting subcommittee members for the 2021-2022 school year!

Being a part of a subcommittee is a great way to meet other psychology students, plan events to assist others, and to have fun. Each subcommittee will accept applications in their own way.

To be eligible for any Subcommittee Member position, you must be:

  • Currently taking 0.5 credit PSY course, or
  • Enrolled in one of the PSY subject POSt(s)

All applications are due Saturday, October 2nd, 11:59 PM EST.

Academic Subcommittee


The aim of the academic committee is to assist psychology students with finding and taking on academic opportunities within the university. As a subcommittee member, you would be directly involved with the planning and hosting of academic committee events, including the Dr. Freud competition for PSY100 students, as well as events intended to inform students about undergraduate research opportunities and graduate programs in psychology. Additionally, you will gain experience with the management of a long term program through your involvement in the PSA mentorship program, which pairs upper year mentors with first year mentees to help guide their transition into university.

If you are interested, we encourage you to apply (regardless of your level of experience!). We are looking for individuals interested in gaining leadership and public speaking experience, and have a personality that would mesh well with the team.
Please apply through this form:

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us through

-Alexandra and Anastasia 🙂

Seminar Subcommittee

We’re hiring! The Seminar Coordinators at the PSA are looking for some brilliant sub-committee members!

We aim to hold interesting seminars with professors, faculty members, researchers and graduate students. These include our ‘Psychology &’ and ‘Journeys in Psychology’ series. We hope to inspire the undergraduate Psychology community to actively attend PSA events, learn new things and discover opportunities within the field!

As a sub-committee member, you’ll be exposed to a wide range of fun, engaging and resume-building opportunities such as networking and leadership skills, while also further immersing yourself in the discipline of Psychology!

Expectations from this role:

  • Come up with creative seminar ideas,
  • Form a query-bank of interesting thoughts and questions you (and others!) can ask the guest speakers,
  • Be involved in preparation for the seminars through presentation and game making,
  • Maintain enthusiasm and answer any logistical questions posed by the attendees,
  • Attend and support other PSA events as a Sub-committee member!

Please apply through this form:

Social Subcommittee


Hello! Thank you for your interest in joining the social subcommittee! As social coordinators, we host several social events for the undergraduate psychology community. This year we will be programming and running virtual events.

Being a subcommittee member is a great way to network, become more involved in your program and gain valuable leadership skills! 

Expectations from this role: 

  • contribute to the event-planning process
  • be willing to put in extra effort to tasks related to executing events and to finish those tasks in a timely manner
  • demonstrate creativity and enthusiasm
  • attend events as a volunteer

Please send your resume and cover letter to to apply!

Conference Subcommittee


The Conference Committee organizes at least one large-scale (80+ person) conference per academic year, and is seeking 1-3 eager team members to join us.

If you’re interested in event planning, organizing an in-person conference, brainstorming cool speaker ideas, reaching out to professors, securing sponsorships/funding and having a good time as a team, WE WANT YOU!

All experience levels welcome to apply  

For more details on this position and to submit your application, please fill out the Google Form:

Volunteer Subcommittee

Volunteer subcommittee members assist the Volunteer Coordinators with managing volunteer duties and PSA events. The main responsibility of the subcommittee members will be managing volunteer committee emails, co-host Volunteer Orientation and Appreciation, and attending regular office hour sessions (over scheduled zoom meetings). In addition, the subcommittee members are expected to be involved in PSA podcast creation., in which they will have the chance to participate in audio script writing or tape editing. Advantages to becoming a subcommittee member vary from expanding into a new undergraduate psychology community and meeting new students, thoroughly participating in events, and contributing to tasks such as a potential podcast and interesting psychology findings.

To be eligible for the Volunteer Subcommittee Member position, you must be:

  • Currently taking 0.5 credit PSY course, or
  • Enrolled in one of the PSY subject POSt(s)

Volunteer subcommittee members selected are expected to be responsible, reliable, organized, and flexible if needed by the coordinators. Constant communication is also expected to ensure understanding between both parties. Students from all years, who fulfill the above criteria, are welcome to apply. 

If you are interested in joining our team, please fill out the Volunteer Committee Member application: Please remember to attach your CV or resume (max. 1 page long) at the end of the application form. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted and invited for an interview with the Volunteer Coordinators of the PSA remotely (i.e. zoom).

The deadline to submit the application is October 2, 2021 at 11:59 P.M.

We look forward to reviewing your application and are eager to build our team! If you have any questions about the application process or about this role, please don’t hesitate to contact us by

Your volunteer coordinators, 
Anna Savic & Sophia Zhang 

Want to be a Volunteer?

Click here for information on volunteering at the PSA Office!