Psi Chi Meeting 10/03/17
We would like to thank those who came out to our meeting. We had a great turnout and we hope the high number of attendance continues throughout the year! Our goal is to be a resource to as many students as possible, so this gets us excited knowing many of you are interested and open to what we can provide! During this meeting, we had an election to fill up the Fundraising Chair position. A big shoutout to Julia Lozano and Garland Dyer for their excellent speeches to run for this position as the results were very close. We are proud to announce that Garland Dyer will be our new Fundraising Chair for the 2017-2018 academic year and we are extremely excited to work with him! He has a number of creative ideas to fundraise money for our club so stay tuned.
As we still get to know one another, members were given the opportunity to introduce themselves during an icebreaker that our very own event coordinator, Tonie, had set up for us! We are thrilled to have such an ambitious and diverse group of members this year.
A platform that we often use to communicate with one another is called "GroupMe." It is an app you can use on your smart device to simply connect and chat with people through group messaging. We use GroupMe as a resource to send important information, deadlines, applications, input on classes or professors, books, and basically anything! If you would like to be added to the Psi Chi GroupMe, please feel free to contact us or we can add you at our next meeting.
Also, we are collecting dues at every meeting. You can pay quarterly ($15) or yearly ($35) and we accept cash or you can pay through venmo @PsychedAriana
For any questions, comment below or contact us through the "contact" tab at the top of the page. We are looking forward to seeing you all at our next meeting on Tuesday, October 10th, during U-hour (12-1pm). Dr. Barker will be giving an informative presentation on what you can do in Psychology with a BA. We hope you have a great week!
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