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We mean it when we say "Psi Chi membership is for life!" In addition to lifetime membership benefits available to all, here are specific strategies to help you stay connected to Psi Chi even after you graduate from your university or college.

Career Advancement
Our Career Center is the best place for alumni members like you to find thousands of current job openings. Employers, you are also encouraged post your career opportunities. With more than 2,500 similar job boards, we have more partnering associations to promote your open positions than any other job platform. Job seekers and employers everywhere are invited to create a free account.

Two Ways to Share Your Accomplishments
Alumni in the News (40-word max)—Submit a statement about recent significant events in your life such as awards received, jobs acquired, promotions, publications, graduations, weddings, or births. Submissions will be published in Eye on Psi Chi magazine!
Our Blog (400 to 1,000 words)—Send us your 400- to 1,000-word alumni stories! For example, tell us about your unique career experiences and/or how your psychology degree helped you along your career path. View submission guidelines.

Utilize Our Social Media Platforms
Take advantage of our private LinkedIn group, as well as our Facebook and Twitter pages. This is the fastest way to benefit from Psi Chi’s international reach. Also, be sure to log in at to update your personal profile information.

Participate With Your Chapter

As a lifetime member, you are encouraged to attend your chapter’s meetings and special events. Many chapters maintain a list of contacts specifically so alumni can stay up to date. If your chapter does not have such a list, then suggest that they create one. Maintaining relationships with your chapter will introduce you to the latest generation of excellent students and inform you about recent psychology advancements.

Become a Guest Speaker

As an alumnus, you have graduated and moved on into the working world. This means that you have undoubtedly acquired unique skills and have plenty of advice that undergraduate and graduate members are eager to hear. Consider reaching out to your local chapter’s advisor to see if you could become a guest speaker.

Conduct Research
Contact Psi Chi students and faculty members to ask them to coauthor research with you. This is an excellent way to reinsert yourself into the psychology field and make new connections.

Become a Faculty Mentor
If you have received your PhD and teach at a four-year university or college, consider becoming a faculty advisor.
Learn what Psi Chi faculty mentors do and why they like their roles so much. Don't have a chapter are your new institution? Learn how to start a chapter.

Increase Your Visibility
Did you know that you can advertise your products, services, and open positions in Eye on Psi Chi magazine, Psi Chi Journal, Psi Chi Digest e-mails, and on the Psi Chi website? We are unmatched when it comes to our unique niche of young professionals entering the field of psychology. View our advertising rate sheets.

Give Back to Psi Chi
Ensure that all students are able to afford a college education, despite the rising costs of tuition and living expenses. Through our Annual Giving campaign, you can help us provide scholarships, reduce the stigma of mental illness, and much more. Thank you in advance for your contribution.



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How did Psi Chi impact your academic or professional career?

Matt Freeman
2010 Psi Chi Alumnus

"For me, Psi Chi means staying connected with the psychology field and the major we share that laid the foundation for my academic and professional career."


Who Are Psi Chi Alumni?
Any member who is not currently a student or a full-time faculty advisor or coadvisor.

Reasons to Become an Active Psi Chi Member

a sense of community with others who share an interest in psychology

opportunities to attend conventions, hear speakers, and follow current industry news

mentorship relationships with those just entering the field

access to a vast network of colleagues and peers within the profession









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