New Early Career Developments
New Early Career Handout: Leadership and Advocacy for Early Career School Psychologists
Learn what early career school psychologists can do to advocate for the profession. This handout, titled Leadership and Advocacy for Early Career School Psychologists, was written by Kurt Wasser, NCSP and the NASP Early Career Workgroup.
New Early Career Handout: Essential Ethics for Early Career School Psychologists
Check out the latest handout on ethics. The handout, titled Essential Ethics for Early Career School Psychologists, was written by Daniel Newman, PhD, NCSP, Susan Jacob, PhD, and the NASP Early Career Workgroup.
Get Involved with the NASP Early Career Community
The NASP Early Career Workgroup is currently recruiting volunteers who can commit to posting about “hot topics” in the new NASP Early Career Professionals Community. This group of volunteers would start late this summer and would work closely with the Workgroup to provide relevant and interesting content. The commitment would require approximately one hour a month and would help volunteers connect with other practitioners! Please e-mail Arlene Silva, the chair of the Early Career Workgroup, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in serving in this role.
If you have additional ideas on ways NASP can help you as an early career practitioner, please e-mail Early Career Workgroup Chair Arlene Silva and share your thoughts.