Are you a psychology major looking for ways to build up your resume? Are you also interested in volunteering in the community and networking with other psychology professionals? If so, then the Psychology Club is probably right for you!
The first meeting of the semester was held Thursday from 5-6 p.m. in Armstrong Hall 220. The Psychology Club works very closely with Psi Chi, an international honor society for psychology students. Together, Psi Chi and the Psychology Club work to provide students with opportunities to be involved in psychology through volunteer positions, discussion panels, as well as preparation for the GRE.
There are no restrictions to join. However, the Psychology Club does ask that you fill out an application, which can be found on the Psi Chi bulletin board outside Armstrong Hall 23. Applications are accepted any time, with a $15 registration fee, and should be turned in to the Psychology office in Armstrong Hall 23.
Some previous events hosted by Psi Chi and the Psychology Club include bake sales, fundraisers (all proceeds used to fund the club and to host guest speakers on campus in the fields of psychology and psychology awareness), graduate school panels, and numerous workshops to help students prepare for graduate school and applying for jobs after college. Students are also eligible to attend psychology conferences, where they can network with potential employers and other professionals.
Feature photo courtesy of the Psychology Club.