Jenny Baker / Tuesday, December 29, 2020 / Categories: 2021, 583 Laissez Le Bon Temps Rouler! Attend SIOP’s Virtual Consortia Events! SIOP Consortia Committee Calling All Early Career Faculty! Early Career Practitioners! Doctoral Students! Master’s Students! Attend SIOP’s Early Career Faculty Consortium The Early Career Faculty Consortium (ECFC) invites current and future early career faculty in departments of psychology and management to participate in career-focused activities and sessions. The program will feature an opportunity for networking with early career faculty members from a diverse array of institutions as well as senior faculty presenters who will share their respective research paths and stories about how they navigated their academic career. The 2021 Early Career Faculty Consortium will focus on mentoring and the art of successful teaching, using startup funds and data-collection strategies, generating and evaluating new research ideas, and surviving and thriving through the tenure-and-promotion process. This year will also feature a virtual happy hour with fellow attendees. These sessions will include previous winners of the SIOP Distinguished Teaching Contributions Award, faculty who have recently gone through the tenure-and-promotion process, and faculty who have successful mentoring relationships. Because the success of the Early Career Faculty Consortium comes from interactive sessions with invited speakers, attendees are encouraged to prepare questions prior to attending. Many attendees choose to attend the consortium multiple times to capitalize on new programming and information presented in subsequent years. Who Can Attend? If you (a) are a PhD student who has successfully proposed their dissertation, (b) are seeking an academic position for the fall 2021 term, or (c) have accepted an academic position offer for fall 2021, then you are eligible to participate. What’s the Experience Like? The discussions will be 100% virtual and will be conducted prior to the beginning of the 2021 SIOP Conference. Spots are limited; registration for this consortium is available when registering for the SIOP conference, so register early. We look forward to seeing you there! For further information: https://www.siop.org/Annual-Conference/Consortia Or contact ECFC Cochairs Megan Nolan (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Andrea Hetrick (email@example.com). Attend SIOP’s Early Career Practitioner Consortium! Are you interested in how to set yourself up for career success? Are you interested in springboarding your career in a virtual environment? Do you want to connect and receive mentoring from successful I-O practitioners? Join us for SIOP’s Early Career Practitioner Consortium Early career practitioners often find themselves navigating challenging realities of the working world not covered in many graduate programs, even more so when navigating early careers virtually. It’s common to be uncertain about your career early on. The Early Career Practitioner Consortium (ECPC) will share insights for identifying and leveraging your strengths or areas of development in your current work and will connect you with accomplished I-O practitioners who can share their wisdom and guidance to propel your career forward. Who Can Attend? This 1-day career development experience is for current I-O practitioners pursuing nonacademic careers, with no more than 5 years of work experience after their MA or PhD. What’s the Experience Like? Keynote presentation on creating a career plan that places your well-being at the center. Receive guidance on common challenges faced when starting a career in the virtual working world. Interact with seasoned I-O practitioners in mentoring and panel conversations. Explore career trajectories through networking and peer coaching in small groups. The ECPC is here to start an ongoing conversation among I-O practitioners through the SIOP conference. It will be held on Friday, April 9, in a 100% virtual format. Submit your application today! For further information: https://www.siop.org/Annual-Conference/Consortia Or contact ECPC Cochairs Rob Stewart (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Stephanie Murphy (email@example.com). Attend the Lee Hakel Doctoral Consortium! Join us for the SIOP 2021 virtual Doctoral Consortium. You can expect a high-quality and interactive consortium experience with a diverse set of I-O professional panelists. Come engage with panelists as they offer unique perspectives on the opportunities and challenges faced by both I-O practitioners and academics today. Each virtual session will offer breakout discussions to help you network with panelists and other students. The Doctoral Consortium offers two tracks: applied and academic. Topics include surviving the dissertation, navigating the job process, creating an elevator pitch, generating new research ideas, and learning from editors at top journals. For students attending the conference in person, we will provide a list of recommended sessions to engage in, and there you can meet other consortium participants. Who Can Attend? Each program can nominate up to two student representatives. Students must have passed comprehensive exams (or your program’s equivalent) to be eligible to attend. Space is limited, so register now. If you are interested, be sure to let your program chair know and/or indicate your interest via a form provided when registering for SIOP. What’s the Experience Like? The discussions will be 100% virtual and will be conducted prior to the beginning of the 2021 SIOP Conference. For more information, contact Doctoral Consortia Cochairs Emily Hunter (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Elliott Larson (email@example.com). Attend SIOP’s Virtual Master’s Consortium! Would you like to meet I-O practitioners from companies like Google, Hogan, Comcast, and the federal government? If you are a current student in a master’s degree program and want to learn more about career options and networking with fellow students and I-O professionals, make sure to add the Master’s Consortium to your preconference agenda! The Master’s Consortium is a development and networking event that includes a diverse set of master’s level I-O professionals who offer unique perspectives on the opportunities and challenges faced by I-O practitioners today. Speakers will focus on the key developmental experiences that can lay the groundwork for a successful career in I-O psychology with a master’s degree, including topics like Nailing your interview Using data analytics and visualization techniques to drive change in organizations Career options with an I-O master’s degree Using your network and getting involved Who Can Attend? This year is open for any master’s student to register for the consortium. What’s the Experience Like? The consortium is highly participative and includes formal presentations by I-O practitioners, Q&A with our speakers, informal virtual networking opportunities with students from master’s programs across the country, and so much more! Our already impressive list of speakers for 2021 includes Dalyn Allen, MS: HR analyst at DCI Consulting Group, Inc. Tyra Gray, MA: senior HR business partner at Samsung Electronics America Destiny Mercado, MA: personnel research psychologist at U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Rachel Reichman, MA: certification exam development manager at Google Cody Warren, MA: Talent Analytics consultant at Hogan Assessment Systems Please visit the SIOP Consortia page for forthcoming registration and schedule details. Or contact Master’s Consortia Cochairs Matisha Montgomery (Matisha.D.Montgomery@hud.gov) or Christopher Rosett (Christopher_Rosett@comcast.com) Previous Article SIOP Award Winners: Meet the Winner of 2020 Early Career Award in Practice—Juliet Renee Aiken Next Article Local I-O Groups: Blacks in I/O Print 483 Rate this article: No rating Comments are only visible to subscribers.