Positions on the APSSC Executive Board offer APS Student Members the opportunity to grow and demonstrate leadership skills, establish important connections, and add important experience to their CV. Positions include the President, a Graduate Advocate, a Communications and Marketing Officer (CMO), a Membership and Volunteers Officer (MVO), a Student Notebook Editor, a Student Awards Officer, an Undergraduate Advocate, and either a Past-President or a Member at Large. Elections are held annually in March. Learn more about the positions and eligibility here.
The APS Student Caucus is a representative body of the student affiliates of the Association for Psychological Science.
As such, the APSSC is committed to the goals of that organization, which are to promote, protect, and advance the interests of scientifically oriented psychology in research, application, and the improvement of human welfare. Further, the Caucus seeks to enhance the professional development of its members and improve the education of the science of psychology.
All graduate and undergraduate student affiliates of APS automatically become a member of the APSSC.
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