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I always come away from the NASP conventions with energy and renewed excitement about being a school psychologist.
Alice Wellborn, MA, NCSP
Transylvania County Schools
I am always impressed with the level of expertise and depth of offerings at the NASP convention.
Nadine Woodle, NCSP
Naperville School District 203
Thank you for your interest in submitting a presentation proposal for the NASP 2014 Annual Convention. The system is now closed. Please contact NASP Conventions if you have any questions.
NASP's next annual convention will be held February 17–20, 2015, in Orlando, FL. The Call for Presentations information for the 2015 convention will be available on site in Washington, DC and on the NASP website following the 2014 convention.
Important Scheduling Note
When presenters are involved in multiple session presentations, there is the possibility of unavoidable conflicts in scheduling. Only PRIMARY presenters are guaranteed that their multiple accepted sessions will not conflict. No schedule changes are possible based on conflicts for secondary presenters. Please consider this limitation before submitting multiple proposals.
If your proposal is accepted, you must register for convention. If you do not plan to present an accepted proposal, you must cancel your presentation by November 13, 2013.
*Important Scheduling Note.
Oct 1, 2013—Notification of Proposals Acceptances
Nov 20, 2013—All Presenters must register or cancel their presentation by this date.
NASP Meetings & Conventions
phone: 301-347-1667toll free: 866-331-NASP (6277)
National Association of School Psychologists, 4340 East West Highway, Suite 402, Bethesda, MD 20814Phone: (301) 657-0270 | Toll Free: (866) 331-NASP | Fax: (301) 657-0275
You must log in or create an account before registering for the NASP 2012 Annual Convention.
Register as an exhibitor.
Registration begins October 3, 2011.