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Graduate School Information

This section is intended to assist graduating psychology majors in applying to graduate school, or entering the workforce. The following links are all valuable resources for graduates in psychology.



Psi Chi Events

The following is a list of all of the service projects and initiatives currently going on by the GMU chapter of Psi Chi throughout the Spring 2008 semester. We made a big difference to the community this past semester and every member should be proud of what we have accomplished as an organization. This space is devoted to all of the members that regularly or irregularly come out and support Psi Chi initiatives. Psi Chi could not function without you.


Spring 2008 Psi Chi Events:

March 17th Deadline to drop off Survivor Quilt Squares to Sub I Room 205
March 18th Resume/CV Workshop 4:30-6pm JC Room E
March 21st Psi Chi Induction Ceremony from 6-8pm in Dewberry Hall
March 27th Mason Cares Training from 4:30-6:30 in Sub II Ballroom 3BK
April 3rd Psi Chi Meeting from 10:30-11:30 JC Room 244
April 10th OAR Presentation from 4:30-6:30pm in a location TBD
April 21st-25th Psi Chi Bowling 9:00-11:00pm
April 29th Psi Chi Meeting 10:30-11:30 JC Room 244
May 3rd Psi Chi Barb-Q 12-4pm

Psi Chi Fundraiser: The Psi Chi T-shirts are now being printed! We will be getting more information to you about ordering your shirts. But, before we do that, we would like YOUR input in deciding where the money for this fundraiser will go. Please respond to Dr. Hurley at mhurley2@gmu.edu with your vote for one of the following:
A. Books Acquisitions Campaign: at Strathmore University in Nairobi, Kenya. The projectí sgoal is to implement a book acquisition project to source from North America and ship to Kenya at least 80,000 books over three years.
http://www.strathmorefoundation.org/BooksAcquisitionCampaign.html
B. Fisher House: The program supports Americaís military in time of need, they provide a place for family members of close loved ones during hospitalization for an illness, disease, or injury.
http://www.fisherhouse.org
C. An additional cause they you want to recommend for Psi Chi to donate to, local, national or even international, let us know, we want your voice heard.

There will be a Psi Chi Resume/CV Workshop on March 18th from 4:30-6pm in the JC Meeting Room E (3rd floor) Dr.Winsler will be doing a presentation and graduate students will be providing individual help so bring your CV/Resume!

Psi Chi is participating in the Survivor Quilt Project that is being conducted by Sexual Assault Services. The Survivor Quilt is a visual display to remember those who have been victimized by dating/domestic violence and sexual assault to bring awareness of these issues to our campus community. The final quit will be hung on campus during Victimís Rights Week in April. Quilt squares were distributed during the Psi Chi meeting and need to be dropped off by March 17th to Sub I Room 205. If anyone would like to participate in this project and was not able to attend the Psi Chi meeting, quilt squares can be picked up from Sub I Room 205. They really need YOUR support, so far they only have a few quilt square contributions so please stop by and pick one up. The instructions can be found here.

Psi Chi will be having a training called Mason Cares Gatekeeper Training conducted by Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) on March 27th from 4:30-6:30pm in Sub II Ballroom 3BK. This training program was created in response to the Virginia Tech tragedy. It is training for faculty, students, and staff to help build a stronger safety net and support system for members of the Mason community. The training includes information about suicide including stats, signs, steps to take and referral resources. This is an effort to be aware of our surroundings as much as possible and reach out to those in need. CAPS will provide a certificate of completion for the training so that you may display this certificate in your work place and include that you'íve completed this training on your resume.

We are in the process of arranging another presentation that will be done by representatives from Opportunities Alternative Resources (OAR). This is an organization that is run by volunteers to provide services to inmates by helping become productive members of society once after incarceration. They will be presenting about OAR, what it does, having a discussion, and recruiting volunteers. The presentation is scheduled for April 10th from 4:30-6:00pm in a location to be determined. For more information about OAR or to become a volunteer please see http://www.oarfairfax.org

Aside from events, we have planned some time for fun:) Psi Chi will be going bowling on the evening of April 23rd and is having it arranged so that we can pay one fee for unlimited bowling. Mark you calendars and details about the location and exact time will be released soon.

The Psi Chi Annual Barb-Q will be Saturday, May 3rd from 12:00-4:00pm at Burke Lake Park. More details to follow.

Lastly, for those of you graduating, please contact Dr. Hurley at mhurley2@gmu.edu as soon as possible about ordering your Psi Chi graduation merchandise from http://www.psichi.org/products/categories/category6.asp





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March 15, 2008

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