Getting involved with NASP is a great way to get more from your membership. Explore the opportunities below for ways to enrich your member experience, connect with colleagues, give back to the profession and add to your resume.
Advocate for the Profession
Communicate to your elected officials on issues of importance to the school psychology profession, promote the profession during School Psychology Awareness Week (SPAW) and year-round, and contact your elected officials using the Advocacy Action Center.
Interact With Colleagues
Connect with colleagues in NASP's online Communities, become active in your state association, and participate in the Find-a-Mentor program.
Share Your Expertise
Share your expertise with colleagues by reviewing school psychology-related reads in Communiqué, reviewing portfolios for candidates seeking the NCSP credential, and conversing with colleagues in topic-specific Interest Groups in the online Communities.
Write for a NASP Publication
Are you passionate about sharing your knowledge on current topics or research findings through the written word? Find out how you can submit an article to Communiqué (CQ), NASP's newspaper, or either of NASP's scholarly journals—School Psychology Review (SPR) and School Psychology Forum: Research in Practice (SPF).
For Student Members
Serve as a NASP representative at your university, submit an article for the Student Connections column in Communiqué, and volunteer for the Cultural and Linguistic Diversity (CLD) Ambassadors of Recruitment Program.
For Graduate Educators
Become an reviewer for the NASP-approved provider program, or nominate a Model School Psychology Intern Supervisor. Help your graduate students get involved by nominating up to two for the NASP Student Leader Program.
Promote Diversity Awareness & Outreach
Connect with school psychologists who share your motivation and concerns by joining one or more online Interest Groups. Click below to see the full list of groups available to NASP members.