Calling All Counseling Psychology Students...
Why attend the 2008 ICPC?
9-Hours of Student Programming
- Fri, 1-1:50 pm - How to Succeed in Counseling Psychology: A Panel Discussion with Diverse Counseling Psychologists
- Fri, 3-3:50 pm - SAS and APAGS Leaders: Updates and Opportunities for Involvement
- Fri, 5-5:50 pm - Next Steps Fair: Counseling Psychology Jobs, Postdoc positions, and internships
- Sat, 1-1:50 pm - The Inside Scoop: Hear About the Internship Process Straight from Recent Interns
- Sat, 1-1:50 pm - Self-Care for Graduate Students and Early Career Psychologists
- Sat, 2-2:50 pm - How to Publish from Start to Finish
- Sat, 4-4:50 pm - Advocacy and Social Justice: Why Care and How Can I Become Involved?
- Sun, 9-9:50 pm - International Opportunities for Psychologists and Graduate Students
- Sun, 9-9:50 pm - Transitional Issues for Counseling Psychology Students: Studying and Working Abroad in a Changing World
Conference Activities (anticipated)
- APAGS Internship workshop
- Student happy hour
Friday, March 7 - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm.
If you are interested in participating, please select this option on the online registration form.
Opportunities to Present and Collaborate
- Student Posters
- A chance to participate in small working groups focused on the issues and challenges facing the field of Counseling Psychology
- A chance to be part of the Many Faces of Counseling Psychology project that will recognize and honor counseling psychologists at all professional developmental levels (including students) in various work settings - please see the "Awards & Recognition" web page
- Opportunities to network with distinguished Counseling Psychologists, colleagues, and peers from around the world
Reduced Student Registration Fees
Because YOU will create the future of Counseling Psychology!
The International Counseling Psychology Conference has generated scholarship funds to support students who are attending the conference.
To apply for these funds, please complete the scholarship application and submit to email@example.com by NOON on Friday, February 15th.
All students are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Preference will be given to Student Affiliates of Seventeen (SAS) members and to students who do not have funding from other sources (such as their university or department). If you are not yet a member of SAS, you can easily join (for the low cost of $17) by visiting the SAS membership website at http://www.und.edu/org/div17sas/membership.html.
Award decisions will be made by members of the ICPC Student Steering Committee, and will be based on the quality of applicant responses to the first two questions on the application form, as well as relative financial need.
The size of the scholarships will be determined by the number of eligible applicants who apply. Scholarships of varying sizes may be awarded in order to support more students.
Student Roommate Request
If you are a student looking for a roommate, please send the following information and requests to Jessica Thull at firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Full name
- Email address
- Phone number
- University affiliation, city & state
- Academic level
- Your arrival/departure dates
- Smoking preference
- Gender preference
- Other preferences
This information will be compiled and distributed to those looking for a roommate on a regular basis. By sharing this information, you are agreeing to permit your information to be distributed to those looking for a roommate. This is not a matching service but designed for informational purposes only.
If you have questions or comments related to student involvement at the 2008 ICPC, please contact the 2008 Student Subcommittee co-chairs:
Jacqui Smith: Jacquelyn.email@example.com
Lore Dickey: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay tuned to the Student Affiliates of Division 17 listserv and newsletter for more information about the 2008 ICPC.