Are you on the verge of graduating
and becoming an early career professional (ECP)? Then take a look at
this tip sheet, put together by Division 17's ECP committee.
ANNOUNCEMENT OF OTHER
To learn more about 2015-2016 Student Awards from the APA and Other Awards Committees
UPDATED LISTSERVE POLICY
New information regarding the use of the SAS Listserv for research participation requests
The Student Affiliates of Seventeen Awards Committee would like to congratulate the following award recipients for 2014-2015:
SCP Student Science Award
Social Justice Award
For future SAS awards, announcements will be disseminated through the SAS listserv, the SCP listserv, and other social media sites.
Cleveland State University is honored to serve as the host institution for Student Affiliates of Seventeen (SAS). We are happy to serve the Society of Counseling Psychology (SCP), distinguished leaders in our field, and most importantly, our peers. We are humbled to represent SAS for the 2013 – 2016 term, which will give us the opportunity to work alongside some of the most intelligent, hardworking, and dedicated students in our field. Through our goals and objectives listed in our pillars, we hope to further promote professional development, networking, scholarship, and leadership for all SAS members. Cleveland State University aspires to promote the central values of SCP through the following four pillars that will guide our actions for the 2013-2016 term:
If you haven't yet joined
SAS, we invite you to do so today! Once you join, get involved by
subscribing to the listserv, liking us on
Facebook, joining our
LinkedIN group, contributing to the SAS newsletter, and joining the Program Representatives Network.
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