Campus Representatives are APS undergraduate and graduate student members who represent APS at their institutions and connect their peers to APS resources. All student members are encouraged to apply to be a Campus Representative.
Campus Representative Duties
- Attend virtual meetings hosted by the APS Student Caucus (APSSC) Membership and Volunteer Officer three times a year
- Recruit new members during Rally Week twice a year
- Connect your peers to APS funding and award opportunities, upcoming events, and career development resources
- Write for the Campus Representative Spotlight in the APSSC Science Xpress Newsletter–pieces can be about yourself, your school, or your research interests
Campus Representative Benefits
- Get recognized for your service at the APS Annual Convention
- Network with other Campus Representatives and psychological scientists from around the world
- Grow the field of psychological science by spreading awareness of APS opportunities and programs
- Connect with the APSSC Executive Board to build and improve APS programs for student members
- Gain experience to bolster your curriculum vitae or resume
Campus Reps are expected to spend around three hours weekly on their duties. Campus Reps serve one-year terms that run from September to August and are eligible for renewal. APS members may sign up to be a Campus Rep at any time. The number of Campus Representatives per institution is limited.
For questions or more information, please contact the APSSC Membership and Volunteers Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org.