Visit the Exhibit Hall to see new products and services the exhibitors have brought to the NASP convention for you. A list of organizations exhibiting at the NASP 2012 Annual Convention is now will be available.
Exhibit Hall Hours
|Wednesday, February 22
||12:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
|Thursday, February 23
||9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
|Friday, February 24
||9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
Be sure to visit the NASP Village, located in the Exhibit Hall in the Grand Ballroom, to learn about new and ongoing NASP services and resources.
Nationally Certified School Psychologist Program
Stop by the certification section of the NASP Village to meet NCSP board members and staff, learn about the NCSP program, and pick up a new or renewal application.
NASP Advocacy Action Center
Visit the Government and Professional Relations area for an opportunity to use NASP's Advocacy Action Center to make your opinions heard on Capitol Hill as well as get information on key policy issues for school psychologists, parents, and teachers.
See the latest online resources available on the NASP website. Get information on NASP membership. Not a member? Join at the convention.
ADDITIONAL NASP BOOTHS NEAR THE NASP VILLAGE
NASP 2013 Annual Convention in Seattle, WA
Stop by to learn about Seattle and next year's NASP convention, February 12-16, 2013, at the Sheraton Seattle.
NASP Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Questioning Issues and Multicultural Affairs Committees
Committee members will be on hand to answer questions and discuss current activities and initiatives. Resources and handouts promoting cultural competence and responsiveness to the needs of students and families from diverse backgrounds will be available.
NASP Publications Center
Take advantage of convention discounts on all NASP publications. Browse the Publications Center and meet NASP Publications Board members
Getting the Most Out of the Exhibit Hall
The Exhibit Hall is one of the most popular features of the NASP convention each year. To maximize your experience, please keep the following ideas in mind:
- Try to schedule times to visit instead of dropping in. You can spend a great deal of time there at once or visit several times over three days. Don't delay your visit until the last minute.
- The hall is busiest at the opening times each day, particularly on Wednesday. The smallest crowds tend to be in the hall on Friday.
- Review the floor plan and exhibitor descriptions to find your favorites or those that are of particular interest.
- Identify "must see" and "want to see" exhibitors and those from whom you can just pick up information if there is not enough time to visit individual booths. Don't forget the "Take One Tables" located in the Exhibit Hall.
- Please be cognizant of the fact that some materials in the booths may be free and others are for sale at special convention prices. Don't be afraid to ask if you are not sure.
- All "Take One" materials, unless marked as "desk copy," are free. Please limit yourself to one copy from each "Take One" organization.
- Scan your Exhibit Hall identification card to provide your contact information at the booths of all vendors exhibiting products or services in which you are interested so that vendors can follow up with you after the convention.
- Request that bulky literature or samples be mailed to you instead of having to carry them home with you.
Exhibit Hall Identification Cards
Exhibit Hall identification cards may be scanned in the Exhibit Hall to provide contact information to vendors. Please be aware that all information captured on the registration form, except home and cell phone numbers, will be included on your Exhibit Hall identification card. Do not swipe your ID card in the exhibit booths of any vendors whom you do not wish to receive your contact information.
To ensure children's safety, and because of insurance constraints and fire marshal regulations, children under the age of 16 must be closely accompanied by an adult in the exhibit area at all times. This NASP policy will be strictly enforced.