We’re recruiting subcommittee members for the 2022-2023 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 Friday, October 7th, 11:59 PM EST.
The Academic Committee organizes and facilitates events and programs with the goal of
empowering all undergraduate psychology students by preparing them to take on the various academic opportunities available at the university.
As a subcommittee member, you will be directly involved in:
- The planning and facilitating of PSA events, including the Dr. Freud Competition for
- The management of a long-term program through the involvement in the PSA
mentorship program. The program is designed to help students with their transition into university, especially during this difficult and uncertain time, by pairing them up with upper-year mentors.
- Cross-committee collaboration and supporting other PSA events.
We are looking for individuals who are responsible, organized, flexible, and are interested in practicing their skills and gaining leadership experience. If you are interested in getting involved, you are encouraged to apply regardless of your level of experience!
Please fill out this application form: https://forms.gle/cQ6bGZt5XVJ3UCdV6
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us through
We look forward to speaking with you!
We’re hiring! The Seminar Coordinators at the PSA are looking for 2 to 3 brilliant sub-committee members to join us!
We aim to hold interesting seminars with professors, faculty members, researchers and graduate students. These include our ‘Journeys in Psychology’ series, collaborative events and upcoming series (stay tuned!). We hope to inspire the undergraduate Psychology community to actively attend PSA events, gain insight, make connections 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. You’ll have the chance to exercise your networking and leadership skills, while further immersing yourself in the discipline of Psychology!
Expectations from this role:
- Come up with / provide creative seminar ideas,
- Form a query-bank of interesting thoughts and questions for you (and others!) to ask guest speakers,
- Be involved in preparation and execution for all hosted seminars,
- 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: https://forms.gle/tUYR3RyPKzs7h39r6
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us through firstname.lastname@example.org
– Jessica and Nina 🙂
Hello! The Social Coordinators are hiring subcommittee members to join the PSA Social team this year!
As Social Coordinators, we strive to create networking/social opportunities within the Psychology undergraduate community and build worthwhile interpersonal relationships among students outside of academic settings. This year, we are planning on hosting fun, in-person events, including Tea with Profs!
We are looking for subcommittee members who are organized, collaborative, and enthusiastic about event planning. 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
- Demonstrate creativity and enthusiasm
- Complete tasks in a timely manner and be willing to take the initiative in tasks
- Be present and help with necessary tasks at our events
If you are interested in joining our team, please send your resume and cover letter to PSASocialCommittee@gmail.com to apply. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted and invited for an interview with the Social Coordinators of the PSA remotely (i.e. Zoom).
We look forward to reviewing your application and are eager to build our team! If you have any questions about the application process or this role, please don’t hesitate to contact us through email at PSASocialCommittee@gmail.com.
The Conference Committee organizes at least one large-scale (80+ person) conference during the second semester 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!
Volunteer Subcommittee Members assist the Volunteer Coordinator in managing
volunteer duties and PSA events.They are primarily responsible for managing volunteer
committee emails, co-hosting Volunteer Orientation and Appreciation Day, and
attending regular office hour sessions. In addition, the subcommittee members are
expected to be involved in the creation of the PSA podcast, where they will have the
opportunity to participate in audio script writing or tape editing.
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
Please note that Volunteer Subcommittee Members selected are expected to be
responsible, reliable, organized, and flexible if needed by the coordinator. Constant
communication is also expected to ensure mutual understanding. Students of all years
who meet the above criteria are encouraged to apply.
The advantages of becoming a Volunteer Subcommittee Member include expanding
into a new undergraduate psychology community and meeting new students, actively
participating in events, and contributing to tasks such as a potential podcast and
interesting psychology findings.
If you are interested in joining our team, please fill out the Volunteer Subcommittee
Member application: https://forms.gle/mm6cWaLKNf49Lujy5
Please include your CV or resume (maximum of one page) at the end of the application
form. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted and invited to a remote interview with the
PSA Volunteer Coordinator (i.e. zoom).
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 at email@example.com.
Your Volunteer Coordinator,
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