Cultural and Linguistic Diversity (CLD) Ambassadors of Recruitment Program
The goal of the CLD Ambassadors of Recruitment Program is to promote diversity in the school psychology profession through recruitment and outreach efforts to undergraduate and high school students from CLD backgrounds. School psychology career presentations may be given to undergraduate or high school students in psychology, education, or ethnic studies courses. Alternatively, CLD Ambassadors may choose some other outreach activity such as serving as a mentor at the NASP Convention, or offering School Psychology Awareness Week Activities that focus on CLD populations. NASP career information and resources are available and evaluation data will be collected on presentation effectiveness and related issues. This is a joint initiative of the Multicultural Affairs Committee and the NASP Student Workgroup.
CLD Ambassadors must commit to conducting at least one presentation or outreach activity each year. NASP members interested in becoming CLD Ambassadors should join the CLD Ambassadors Community. For additional information, contact Mary Beth Klotz, Director, IDEA Projects and Technical Assistance.
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- Background and Guide for Presenters
- Presentation Evaluation Form
- Summary of Evaluation Forms
- PowerPoint Presentation - School Psychology: A Career That Makes A Difference
- What is a School Psychologist? (Brochure)
- What is a School Psychologist? (Handout in Spanish)
- The Role of a Native American School Psychologist (Brochure)