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Ready to Volunteer for SIOP? Sign up before June 30!

SIOP committee volunteers help the SIOP community, the field of I-O psychology, and their own careers! Please consider joining a SIOP committee. A complete list of SIOP committee descriptions is available online.

Committee volunteerism is an important way to derive real value from your membership. Why should you consider serving on a SIOP committee?

Committee Service Benefits You By:

  • developing new personal and professional relationships
  • enriching your knowledge of the I-O profession
  • gaining access to current and future I-O psychology thought leaders.
  • advancing the profession of I-O psychology by raising public awareness of its value
  • developing your leadership skills for possible future leadership roles within SIOP and/or in your career.

How to volunteer for a committee (new OR continuing on your current committee)

  1. You must first renew your membership for the 2024 dues year.
    Please also update your membership profile with a descriptive explanation of your qualifications to the chairs of those committees in which you are interested. Add a resume or bio, plus your interest areas, for example.
  2. Navigate to the SIOP Volunteer System (SVS) to volunteer for a committee.
    We recommend selecting ONE committee that you are most interested in to begin with (even though the system allows you to select up to three.)

Committee chairs will begin selecting their members immediately, so make your volunteer selections as soon as possible Sign ups end June 30, but some committees may be filled before then. Note that some committees do not use this selection process, so not all committees will appear as available at this time. Also, keep in mind that members may only serve on one Standing Committee and one Awards or Ad Hoc committee during the year.

Thank you for your support of SIOP and the I-O psychology profession. 

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