Are you interested in becoming an officer for Psi Chi for next year? We’re currently accepting applications for positions opening at the end of this year! Fill out the online application here:
What does it mean to be a Psi Chi officer? Officer positions are a year-long commitment to perform officer duties like putting on events, attending officer meetings, and tasks specific to your position.
Where can I find more information about the officer positions? Here: Officer Positions!
What makes a good officer? Being an officer means being part of the Psi Chi team, so if you have strong collaborative and communicative skills you’ll be a good fit. We’re looking for people who are enthusiastic about Psi Chi and about UCSC so we can make Psi Chi the best it can be.
Can I apply for more than one position? Yes! Make sure you describe why you think you’d be a good fit for all the positions you are applying for.
Sounds great, when can I start? If you’re elected to an officer position we’ll start training sometime next quarter, so please have some time in your schedule for some casual training.
Is there anything else I need to know? Being a Psi Chi officer is a commitment. We expect that officers will be engaged and will make time in their schedule for Psi Chi. We want officers who want to be officers, rather than using Psi Chi as a way to boost your own resume. We also want your ideas and your suggestions. Psi Chi changes every year with new officers so your voice will shape Psi Chi going forward. If you care about Psi Chi, about psychology, and about UCSC, then we want you on the team.
What if I have more questions about being an officer? Great! Send us an email and we’ll get back to you!
We look forward to reading your applications!