Nan Carder, APSA, EPSA
The PSA Membership Areas are linked from a North American map or a list of Area Countries. Click on the appropriate map or list, find the area where your club or council is located, and click on that area or region. On the club's/council’s membership areas webpage you will see your Area Membership Director and State/Province Membership Area Director in North America and your Country Membership Director Outside of North America who can help answer local questions. You will find your club/council name and web site link. Your club is invited to submit photos of club activities.
As a member, your club can use the PSA logo on your web site. Please include a link to the PSA web site. The PSA Conference logo (accessed from the current PSA Conference page) can also be posted on your club web site.
The PSA Board has established a Club Representative of the Year Award. Two Club Rep of the Year Awards are presented at the Opening Meeting of the PSA Conference each year, beginning with the 2010 Conference. One plaque will go to the Club Rep of the Year from a "small" club and another will go to the Club Rep of the Year from a "large" club. Club Reps who keep the club involved with PSA activities, present PSA information at each meeting, and refer many individual members to PSA will be recognized. This award recognizes the important role of the PSA Club Representative.
If you do not know who your Club Rep is or question whether your club's PSA Representative is doing the job they should be doing on behalf of the club, ask your club's board. Make sure your club is getting all the information and benefits that PSA sends to member clubs via the PSA Club Representative. There is a Club Representative of the Year Award.
Focus Articles - The PSA Journal includes an occasional article titled Focus, which features a member or member club. Read Focus articles for PSA member clubs
The Following pdf documents have been written to help those starting a camera club.