EFPSA Supporting Community

Supporting Community

EFPSA also has a Supporting Community. These are people who are not involved directly into EFPSA’s work (like the Executive Board or Member Representatives), but they are still a part of EFPSA because of their position. In the Supporting Community we have National and Local Coordinators of Social Impact Initiative Campaigns, JEPS Ambassadors, Vice MRs, RP Supervisor / Student Researchers, Org Com members, EFPSA representatives in EFPA.

 

Mind the Mind National Coordinators

A National Coordinator (NC) is a contact person between the Local Coordinators (LCs) and the EFPSA SII team. There is one NC per country and is mentored by one of the members of the SII. Some of the main responsibilities of the NCs include coordinating a group of Local Coordinators; representing the link between the SII and LCs; translating the provided materials from English to their native language; helping LCs in all their tasks, helping them solve possible problems with the LCs. It is also their responsibility to find their successors and new LCs once their mandate ends

Mind the Mind and Better Together Local Coordinators

A Local Coordinator (LC) is a contact person between their National Coordinator and local volunteers (in the case of Mind the Mind) or a contact person between local volunteers and the EFPSA SII team (in the case of Better Together). They are mentored by the members of the SII team. Their main responsibilities include gathering and coordinating a group of local volunteers; promoting the campaign in their area; arranging the training for volunteers; arranging workshops.

JEPS Ambassadors (coming soon)

Org Com Members (coming soon)

Vice MR’s (coming soon)

Student Reserches (coming soon)

EFPSA representatives in EFPA

EFPSA has a collaboration with EFPA (European Federation of Psychologists Associations). This means that we have one EFPSA representative for each EFPA working group. The mandate lasts 2 years and starts after the election of representatives at the  Executive Board and Member Representative meeting. In these teams, the EFPSA representatives represent EFPSA, looks for opportunities to collaborate, and has frequent meetings with the Secretary General, who is The Board responsible for communication between EFPSA representatives and the Working community / The Board. They also present their Board, Standing Committee or working group at the annual EFPSA Congress and keep EFPSA updated on their work and sharing events.