• Passionate about making a difference? Join our
advocacy team. The APAGS Advocacy Coordinating Team
(ACT) encourages psychology graduate students to join more
than 250 graduate students nationwide who are ACT campus
representatives. ACT trains members to educate fellow students
about timely issues in psychology and to promote advocacy
on important issues affecting psychology and public health.
Learn more and sign up at www.apa.org/apags/governance/
• Publish in a student-edited journal. New School Psychology
Bulletin, a biannual student-edited journal of psychological
research and theory, welcomes submissions from psychology
graduate students at the master’s and doctoral levels. It covers
mostly empirical studies and clinical case work, but also literature
reviews and theoretical articles. For more information or to submit
an article, visit http://nspb.net or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Join APA’s counseling psychology mentoring program.
APA’s Div. 17 (Society of Counseling Psychology) student group,
Student Affiliates of Seventeen (SAS), encourages students to
apply to join its new e-mentoring program as a way to network
and learn from the division’s psychologist members. SAS assigns
five mentees to one seasoned mentor, and each mentoring group
meets via Google Hangout. For more information, go to www.
• Join the neuropsychology student network. APA’s Div.
40 (Society for Clinical Neuropsychology) invites students or
graduate programs to join the Association of Neuropsychology
Students in Training, the division’s student organization.
ANST’s 40 chapters in the United States and Canada connect
neuropsychology students with the division and APA. The
organization also offers opportunities for leadership, networking
and information on clinical and research training and education.
To learn more, go to www.div40-anst.com.
Funding opportunities and more.