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Chapter Leadership
Membership in Psi Chi proves your academic ability. Serving as an officer adds an element of leadership to your educational experience. Holding any office in your Psi Chi chapter gives you real world, hands-on opportunities to lead.

 

Officers in Psi Chi

  • organize events
  • manage people
  • participate in service projects
  • develop leadership skills
  • may apply for specific awards

Many recent graduates are faced with the problem of completing a resume with little work experience. Psi Chi officers build their resumes while still in school.

Learn more about becoming an officer.

 

Faculty Advisors in Psi Chi

Faculty advisors are, in large part, the reason that Psi Chi continues to exist. Giving freely of their time, knowledge, skills, and so much more, faculty advisors serve as role models and mentors for student members.

Faculty advisors

  • lead chapters
  • serve as mentors
  • provide continuity
  • review applications and determine eligibility
  • guide members

Learn more about becoming a faculty advisor.

 
 


 
 
 
 
 

What does being a leader mean for you?

Josephine Juanamarga
University of California Berkely 2012

"I have gained a lot from becoming a Psi Chi member. As an ex-membership chair for UC Berkeley chapter's Psi Chi, I was able to not only network with other talented Psi Chi officers and fellow members, I also had the chance to apply for scholarships. In fact, thanks to Psi Chi, I was able to recruit more participants for my undergraduate research project." 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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