Do you want to enhance your resume, gain invaluable organizing and networking skills, work with countless professionals in the area of psychology and law and never miss out on EAPL-S events? Then join our EAPL-S team! We are currently looking for individuals to fill the following positions:
Oversees the EAPL-Student Board. Attends meetings of the EAPL board members to represent student needs and voice within the EAPL. Represents the EAPL-S at international conferences and universities. Plays an essential role in increasing the EAPL-S membership.
Supports the EAPL-Student President and is the back-up if the President is unable to perform their duties. Represents the EAPL-S international conferences and universities, advocating students to join the EAPL-S membership. Manages communications for the EAPL-S on the website, social media, and email.
Country representatives are responsible for promoting the EAPL-S in country specific universities and social media. Country representatives are also expected to be a resource for students looking to pursue careers in psychology and law within their allocated country, providing advice and material for prospective EAPL-S members.
In charge of the production of the Third Edition of the EAPL-S Factbook. The editor-in-chief will be responsible for overseeing content, budget, layout and organisation of the Factbook. This person will be highly organised and preferably have previous experience on a journal editing board. The editor-in-chief is also responsible for acquiring and managing the wider editing board.
If you are interested in filling one of these positions, please submit a 300 word personal statement on why you feel you would make a good candidate for the position, with a photograph attached. Statements are due May 31st, 2018 and can be emailed to:
Candidate statements will be presented at the 2018 EAPL-S conference in Turku, Finland and EAPL-S members will vote on their preferred candidate. The elected candidates will be announce at the EAPL 2018 Conference dinner.