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Student Volunteers, #SIOP20 Needs YOU!

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Volunteering is a great way to get in the mix of SIOP events.

SIOP is always looking for opportunities to get students more involved, and volunteering at the SIOP Annual Conference can be a great first step. SIOP volunteers have the opportunity to network with fellow students and professionals, make some extra spending cash for the conference, and contribute to the success of the conference overall.

If you are a SIOP Student Affiliate and would like to assist with the SIOP 2020 conference in Austin, indicate your interest in volunteering when you register online for the conference. Volunteers assist in a variety of ways, and the roles available are listed below.eer.

Make the Case for Your Attendance at #SIOP20

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You don’t want to miss the 35th Annual SIOP Conference, the world’s largest and most prestigious meeting on work and organizational psychology, April 23-25 in Austin, Texas!

If you’re wondering how to justify the cost of attendance at the premiere I-O psychology learning and networking event, visit the Opportunity Toolkit. Whether you are making your case for support verbally, in an email, or a more formal memo, you’ll want to accomplish a few key tasks.

We’ve gathered tips and templates to help you communicate:

CAPE Launches Professional Ethics Website

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​The Committee for the Advancement of Professional Ethics (CAPE) is pleased to announce the launch of the CAPE Professional Ethics website: https://www.siop.org/Career-Center/Professional-Ethics. The website represents SIOP’s first dedicated center for ethics resources.

It includes resources to support students, academics, researchers, and practitioners in ethical sensitivity and decision making. Practitioners and researchers will find relevant articles, reference and journal lists, as well as other resources to inform ethical decision making. Instructors and trainers will find interactive games, course syllabi, and resources to facilitate ethics courses and programs.

Plan Now for Preconference Workshops

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When registering for the 2020 SIOP Conference in Austin, consider adding the preconference workshops that take place on Wednesday, April 22, the day before the actual conference begins. SIOP preconference workshops are a great opportunity to learn from leading experts in the field in an intimate, interactive setting; network with peers facing the same challenges you are; and, for those who need them, earn continuing education (CE) credits.

This year’s workshops focus on a number of issues at the forefront of our field, including the impact of technology on I-O psychology and the world of work (artificial intelligence, the future of work, data visualization), strategic HR management (agile HR, linking human capital initiatives to business results), and cutting edge OD techniques (storytelling, employee listening systems, “sticky” leadership development, inclusive coaching). They also offer an opportunity for busy practitioners to keep up with cutting edge and emerging I-O research.

Nominate Now for SIOP’s Next APA Council Representative

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​SIOP is now accepting nominations for a member to serve as Division Representative on the APA Council of Representatives. SIOP members who are also voting APA members will elect one representative, and should have recently received an email with instructions from SIOP. Those members can begin the nomination process here. The deadline for nominations is midnight EST January 31, 2020. 

Nominees must be SIOP and APA members in good standing.

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