Benefits of Being a Paleontology Student Ambassador (PSA)
Opportunities for networking and resume development at PS events, eligibility for selection as student representatives to regional PS section councils and/or national council, participation in ambassador training and networking program(s), benefit from career education opportunities, develop communication skills, expand knowledge of research programs, receive PS graduation regalia to wear during commencement ceremonies, receive a modest stipend to help with travel and outreach expenses
Responsibilities of PSAs
Service to the society; could take the form of, but is not limited to: campus and public outreach activities in face-to-face and online formats (i.e. Facebook, website development, writing short news articles for Priscum, etc.), publicizing/sharing PS mission, developing programs and events to peers and the public in local region, volunteering at national and regional GSA-PS meetings.
Participate in meeting activities to expand networking opportunities: attend PS short course, participate in PSAP Student Field Conference(s), participate in NAPC, IPC, etc.
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For questions contact: Dr. Sean Cornell firstname.lastname@example.org