Political Science Honor Society Seeking Industrious Students to Build Executive Board
Pi Sigma Alpha is an honor society tailored to students majoring in political science. The national branch hosts conferences and competitions, gives scholarships and offers leadership opportunities. The local chapter brings together leaders from across campus to begin building connections, hosting events and supplying resources to aid in future endeavors.
This year Pi Sigma Alpha has reinstated the UARK Political Science Honors Society Chapter with hopes to continue as an established registered student organization for years to come. Right now, four officer positions need to be filled before the Fall 2022 semester begins to begin recruitment and initiation of new members. The current executive board is looking for motivated students who are hoping to build meaningful experiences for PSA prospects and their fellow executive board members. This year, it is not required to meet the requirements of the national chapter in order to be selected as an executive board member.
Open officer positions: Apply here.
Treasurer: Fundraising, management of funds
Secretary: Membership communications, event coordination
Public Relations: Media management
Community Service Director: Coordination of public service opportunities
If interested, please apply using the hyperlinked text above.
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