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Psychology Engagement Team (PET)

Psychology Engagement Team (PET)

Overview

PET is a club that works with students to maximize their experience at ASU as a psychology student and helping connect them to resources, teaching them about undergraduate lab work and internships, careers, and how to spread the message of wellness and mental health to the ASU community.

Our goal is to have fun while we provide outreach to the community in ways that can have a positive impact on someone’s life. Even if you participate in other student groups or through a sorority/fraternity, PET will provide you with an opportunity to meet other psychology majors who share your interests and may have common career goals. Through PET, you can build lasting connections for life after college and into grad school and jobs.  Check out Facebook  and more and Get Psyched!

Activities 

Each year PET plans and participates in a wide variety of events to get Psychology students connected to the discipline, the department, and their peers. The Halloween Hunt is a campus-wide scavenger hunt where students can solve riddles to win prizes. We also plan Mental Health Awareness week every March where students can attend many events that provide mental health education and outreach. This week-long event is a collaboration between PET and other groups across campus to plan events ranging from crafting donations for Gompers children, to walking in the Out Of The Darkness Campus Walk, or attending health wellness talks.

PET Meetings

TBD. Everyone is welcome!

Upcoming PET Events

TBD

President: TBD
Vice President: TBD
Director of Finance: TBD
Director of Marketing: TBD
Director of History: TBD
CLAS College Council Representative: TBD

Department of Psychology Staff Advisor: Dawn Phelps

TBD

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