PsySR is not just for professionals; it’s also for students who have an important role to play in tackling the issues that we address.
Becoming a student member of PsySR provides opportunities for you to become actively involved in promoting peace and social justice within your communities. It structures ways for you to serve your community, uphold social justice, and network with social activists/mentors to create more peace in the world. At the same time, you will have opportunities to develop leadership skills and build your professional portfolio through participation in conferences activities.
A PsySR student membership is $20 per year. To join PsySR online or renew your membership, please click on a button below. We’ve partnered with Groundspring.org for secure processing of your credit card transaction.
If you prefer to join, renew, or donate by regular mail, please print, complete, and mail our Membership Form along with your check or credit card information to:
Psychologists for Social Responsibility
c/o Brad Olson, PsySR
122 S. Michigan Avenue
National Louis University
Chicago, IL 60603
If you have any membership related questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 707-797-7016.
Join the PsySR Student Listserv
If you are a student member of PsySR, you can join the PsySR Student Listserv in either of two ways. You can sign up online HERE (if you don’t have a Google Groups account, you’ll be asked to create one — this is easy to do with any email address, and please include your first and last name as well). If you prefer, you can sign up by sending an email (please include your first and last name) to email@example.com and we will add you to the listserv. In either case, please allow a few days for your request to be processed.
Start a Student Chapter of PsySR
Student chapters of PsySR are a great opportunity to foster learning, dialogue, and positive action. There are an endless number of creative, stimulating ways for students to achieve these goals, ranging from seminars, trips, film festivals, debates, peace-building workshops, fundraisers, and co-sponsorships with other student organizations, university departments, and peace- and psychology-related community organizations. Please see the PsySSR Starter Kit for complete information. A downloadable trifold brochure about Student Chapters is available for distribution HERE, and Student Chapter Guidelines are also described HERE.
The University of the District Columbia (UDC): PsySSR’s Charter Chapter
PsySR’s goal is to establish student chapters across the country. The first PsySSR chapter, the University of the District of Columbia, represents an excellent model. More information about the UDC chapter is available HERE.