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Alumni
When you join Psi Chi, you become a member for life, so when you graduate, you are still a member of the organization. As an alumni member, you have most of the rights of an active member; the only exceptions are that you cannot vote or hold office. Many alumni continue to remain active within their chapters by serving as guest speakers, mentoring students, and attending regional conventions.

Reasons to continue being an active Psi Chi member:

  • a sense of community with others who share an interest in psychology
  • the opportunities to attend conventions, hear speakers, and follow current industry news
  • to serve as a mentor to those just entering the field
  • access to a vast network of colleagues and peers within the profession

 

How did being a member of Psi Chi impact your academic or professional career?

Marilyn Safir, PhD
Syracuse University (1968)

"It was more of a personal reinforcement. I had not applied during my BA studies and I was first in my grad class and so it was very reinforcing to become a member."



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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