More than ever, students are considering non-academic careers, and an internship can be a great way to gain valuable experience in a new industry. In this interview, PhD student Becky Grady shares her experiences after completing internships at tech companies Sony Interactive and SurveyMonkey.
Want to gain experience with the peer review process? Serve as a reviewer for SPSP’s student awards! Learn more about evaluating the posters and project summaries of your fellow student members. Applications are now being accepted through September 28.
Are you attending SPSP 2019? SPSP is looking for Student Volunteers to help with various areas of the convention. Earn a $75 VISA gift card to help offset your expenses! There are a limited number of spots available, please visit our Volunteers Page for more information.
These $1,000 grants can assist with the costs of conducting dissertation research. At least two grants are awarded each in personality psychology and social psychology. Deadline to apply is October 15, 2018.
SPSP is seeking up to six psychology students to contribute as eDaily interns in Portland. Successful candidates will interview member scientists, write articles on sessions, and translate science for the daily convention e-newsletter. Applications due by October 31, 2018.