The International Congress of Psychology (ICP) is the leading global psychological event organised every four years under the auspices of the International Union of Psychological Science. Its tradition reaches back to 1889 when the first ICP Congress was held in Paris. All the fields of psychology will be represented in over 40 thematic areas. Thousands of participants from the whole world are expected as well as top scholars who will deliver keynote and state of the art addresses. While large quantities of participants and renowned experts are vital, no congress can succeed without a number of motivated and competent student volunteers. Given the unique circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, the IUPsyS and ICP2020 leadership have decided to postpone the 32nd International Congress of Psychology (ICP2020) until 18–23 July 2021 to ensure everyone’s health and safety. Consider volunteering for ICP 2020+!
Benefits of being a student volunteer at ICP 2020+:
Being a student volunteer at ICP 2020+ is an excellent opportunity to meet, interact, and network with a variety of experts in psychology from all over the globe with an interest in psychology.
Volunteers will receive:
Volunteer tasks will include:
The general role for the student volunteers:
Volunteering involves a variety of tasks. Applicants may select preferred volunteer category, we shall do our best to accommodate your wish but cannot guarantee you will be assigned to the category of your choice. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following tasks:
Please apply online by filling out an online registration form and emailing your CV, short motivation letter why you would like to volunteer at ICP 2020 and a Letter of recommendation from a PhD lecturer to email@example.com.
Application Due Date: January 31, 2021
Each applicant will be required to attend an orientation and general training session on July 15th, 2021.
The general training session will be aimed at enabling applicants to gain basic knowledge required as student volunteers.
Volunteers cannot take an active part in the Scientific Programme in the way of presenting a paper or poster.