Opportunities for getting involved: American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS)

The American Psychological Association of Graduate Students has several opportunities for dynamic and motivated graduate students to serve as leaders.

Serve on a graduate student leadership committee. The American Psychological Association of Graduate Students has several opportunities for dynamic and motivated graduate students to serve as leaders. On Sept. 9, 2013, applications will close for consideration of new members on several groups, including CEMA (Committee on Ethnic Minority Concerns), CLGBTC (Committee on LGBT Concerns), Science Committee and Convention Committee. Learn more on the Call for Applications: Subcommittee Members webpage.

Bookmark this site for graduate student resources. The website of APAGS Committee on Ethnic Minority Concerns (CEMA) is a hub for free information and resources for graduate students. Visit the webpage to find a newly-made-free resource guide with chapters on self-care, research and publishing tips, professional development and so much more. Also, find materials from past and future webinars with preeminent speakers, and instructions to join active graduate student listservs so you can gain the support you need around issues of graduate student life and training.