Chiron Studies relies on the participation of PSU students, faculty, staff, and community members. Chiron Studies strives to provide empowering and rewarding experiences for everyone involved. Please consider participating in the exciting and enriching work that Chiron Studies does.
We are hiring! (Current PSU student)
Chiron Studies is now hiring a current PSU student (graduate student or upper-division undergrad) to join our leadership team. This is approximately a 10 hour per week paid position. If you are interested in applying, please download the application information by clicking here. Please write to email@example.com if you need this in material in a different format for accessibility reasons.
Serve on the Chiron Studies Committee
(Current PSU Students and faculty):
The Chiron Studies Committee is governed by a committee of PSU students, faculty, and community members, who review course proposals, select Chiron Studies courses, and shape the program's vision, mission, and direction. The committee meets once or twice per term, with subcommittees meeting more often (within reason). All undergraduate and postbaccalaureate PSU students are eligible. Student committee members are expected to contribute 5 hours of service to Chiron Studies per term, which will be arranged between committee members and the Student Coordinator based on the needs of the interests and abilities of the committee member and the needs of the program. If you are interested in serving on the Chiron Studies Committee, use the contact form above or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Intern with Chiron Studies (PSU Students & Community Members):
If you are interested in education, publicity, outreach, or administration, consider interning with Chiron Studies. You gain valuable experience based on your interests, skills, goals, etc., and Chiron Studies gets some help offering unique learning opportunities, empowering students, and nurturing skilled and thoughtful educators. For students, internships may be incorporated into your coursework for credit. The Chiron Studies Student Coordinator will work with you to craft an internship that meets your needs and the needs of the program. If you are interested in interning with Chiron Studies, use the contact form above or write to email@example.com
Propose a Chiron Studies Course (Current PSU Students):
Click here for more information about proposing a Chiron Studies course. Also, check out the FAQ here.
Write a Testimonial (Open Call):
It is very important that we keep people informed about the variety and quality of experiences that Chiron Studies offers current and prospective PSU students, faculty, staff, and community members. If you have participated in Chiron Studies courses, or if you are a supporter of the work that we do, please consider writing a testimonial so that others can know why you value Chiron Studies and why the program should be supported. For more information, or to send your testimonial, use the contact form above or write to firstname.lastname@example.org