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Take a look at the many ways you can get involved in SCRA.
A strategic initiative is underway to increase broad awareness of community psychology (CP) and how we seek to advance social justice through research and action – but a few, part-time administrators at SCRA cannot accomplish this alone. We need YOUR help and we want to highlight YOUR work! Specifically, a new, public-facing website will showcase CP practice and translate research for non-academic audiences. The following are opportunities to support the visibility of CP during the biennial, and generate content for the new website. We can do this together!
Below are some SCRA projects that are in need of volunteers.
Work is about to begin on three new position statements and/or advocacy campaigns:
Anyone wanting to assist in any of those efforts are welcome to contact Brad, Robin or Jen or Fabricio.
The Practice Council aims to expand the visibility, reach and impact of community psychology practice. We do this by offering opportunities for connection, support, and professional development within SCRA, as well as through graduate programs and other organizations and communities.
Might you be interested in getting involved? It is easy. And we welcome you. Here are some ways you can help:
The Community Psychology Practice Blog highlights the work that is being done in Community Psychology, shares and connects with similar fields and provides advice both to students and those working on career development.
Are you interested in sharing the work you’re doing, your thoughts or a case you read about? Please feel free to contact us and we will be more than glad to post it in the Blog.
In order to communicate community practice knowledge to the widest possible audience, the Council publishes a monthly series of outreach bulletins. These bulletins are brief summaries of innovative community practice work, whose findings could be adapted and used by practitioners everywhere.
To participate, all that’s needed is to write an article twice a year on an innovation topic of your choice, then distribute it to our mailing list. If you might be interested, please contact Bill Berkowitz; we’ll be glad to provide more details and support you in this work.