Registration and Fees
Your cost for the 2014 GW/NASP PPI depends upon which training you take, when you register, and if you take it for NASP Approved CPD Credit or GW Graduate Semester Credit.
Pricing and Registration Instructions
NASP Approved Credit
|NASP Member||Early Bird (through May 1)||$369||$790|
|Full Rate (May 2–June 30)||$399||$820|
|Non-Member & Late Registration (July 1-onsite)||$469||$890|
GW Graduate Semester Credit
The 5-day advanced training is also available for 1-3 graduate semester credit(s). All GW-graduate credit participants must enroll through GW. Please contact Dr. Carol Kochhar-Bryant or Dr. Pam Leconte for more information and pricing.
What does my registration include?
Registration includes all handouts and materials, a networking reception, selected meals, and $10 Metro ticket to enable transportation to/from Capitol Hill. Participants will earn NASP Approved Continuing Professional Development credit or GW graduate semester credit.
Changes and Cancellations
PPI registration refunds (less a $50 administrative fee) will be granted until June 11, 2014; no refunds will be issued following this date. All cancellations and/or change requests must be submitted in writing to Allison Miller.
PPI participants must communicate changes and cancellation of room reservations directly with the hotel and are subject to hotel policy.
There are a limited number of complimentary registration scholarships available to school psychology graduate students and state school psychology professional organizations.
State School Psychology Association Scholarships
For school psychology state associations, a limited number of complimentary registration scholarships will be available to assist associations in building grassroots advocacy capacity. These are need-based scholarships and will be awarded in the form of tuition reimbursement only. The deadline for submitting a scholarship application is May 2, 2014.
Graduate Student Assistant Scholarships
NASP annually offers two scholarships to school psychology graduate students who have strong interest in attending the institute, a desire to advocate for school psychology, and are willing and able to volunteer prior to and during the institute in exchange for a complimentary registration. (Note: All travel expenses are the responsibility of the graduate student assistant. This scholarship is for a complimentary registration only.) Graduate students interested in learning more about the scholarship requirements and application process should download the Graduate Student Scholarship Application.
Watch past participants of the GW/NASP Public Policy Institute describe their experience in Washington, DC and the impact the Institute has had on their careers.
General questions about PPI:
NASP leadership involvement in the PPI or school psychologists’ participation:
Registration questions for the 5-day Advanced PPI for GW Graduate Semester Credit: