Attending a CPAGS event is the best way to get involved with CPAGS, meet fellow students, and network with professionals.
Leadership and Advocacy Day
is a great opportunity to work with the psychologists and graduate students of CPA to learn about legislative advocacy and lobby on behalf of Psychology.
The event is held in Sacramento and attendance is free for students.
CPAGS even offers travel stipends so students from all over California can attend.
Annual CPA Events
CPA Convention -
04/6/2016 to 4/9/2016 The event everyone looks forward to, the CPA Convention! This year it’s in Irvine, includes special events for students, and is still the best and most entertaining way to network with your peers and expand your knowledge. Just think – once you’ve graduated, it could cost over $300 to attend. As a student, you could attend for free just by volunteering!! Learn more about it.
The absolute best way to connect with CPAGS!
CPAGS holds special events for students and students can attend for free by volunteering. Connect with other students to carpool and/or share accommodations.
State Leadership and Advocacy Conference and Leadership and Advocacy Day (LAD)- Held by the CPA in March in Sacramento, students join professionals in meeting with state representatives to advocate for our profession. An amazing experience that will change your outlook on advocacy! Learn more about it and register.
Annual CPAGS Events
Cross-Cultural Conference (CCC) - Organized by CPAGS and held around late January or early February, this one day conference combines speakers, presentations, and activities focused on integrating cultural diversity and social justice into our daily work. Join our email list to get updates as they happen!
Student Leadership and Advocacy Conference (SLAC) - Organized by CPAGS and held around November, the one day conference offers speakers and workshops to help students become leaders and advocates in their profession.
Past CPAGS Events
Student Leadership and Advocacy Conference
Grace Kiriakos, M.A. - Reflections on SLAC 2013 (pdf)