Volunteer with Your Association
Quality volunteers are the bricks that hold non-profit organizations together. We couldn’t survive without you!
PAA needs you to help advance the science-based profession of psychology and promote the well-being and potential of all Albertans.
There are several exciting opportunities that arise at different times of the year and to meet these requests, PAA needs a team of volunteers to contact.
PAA Committees & Task Forces Committee & Task Force members aid PAA with various factors of the organization such as awards, public education, and advocacy efforts.
Career Fairs At career fairs, contributors man the PAA display booth and may answer inquiries regarding careers in psychology and the psychology profession.
School Presentations Various presentations at high schools and universities occur throughout the year on a variety of topics including the psychology profession, PAA, careers, and mental health.
Public Presentations Public speaking presentations occur throughout the year to a variety of audiences on various topics. Examples of past presentations include: mental health awareness, organizational psychology, and psychology disorders.
Teachers’ Conventions At teachers’ conventions, contributors man the PAA display booth and may answer general inquiries regarding PAA and the psychology profession.
Science Fairs Contributor duties at science fairs may include presenting or judging various awards.
Share a skill
Get to know your community
Sense of accomplishment
Have an impact
Explore your career
Do something new/different
Feel good and be proud
Build your resume
Dedicated PAA volunteer, Dr. Christopher Armstrong, said:
(of the Greater Edmonton Teachers Convention) “It was a good time! (as always) It’s great to talk-shop with teachers…and to bump into those whom I’ve worked with over the years. I’ll be looking forward to the next one!”
(of the Edmonton Regional Science Fair) “I have never seen so much ‘CUTE’ under one rood, the energy is incredible…and at the end of the day, you know that you’ve been a part of something that these kids will always carry with them”