Volunteer Leadership Openings
NASP leadership is comprised of the Board of Directors, the Leadership Assembly, committees, boards, task forces and panels appointed to advance the work of the association. View an overview of the leadership structure and a list of committees and boards to learn more.
Generally, opportunities to join committees, boards, and task forces are posted on the Member Exchange. Most positions are advertised in the spring, with appointments typically beginning July 1. Current openings are below. We are also including position statement writing team opportunities when available.
The NASP Publications Committee is looking for two more members to serve a three-year term. Individuals should have an interest in publishing, have a commitment to stay current in evidence-based practice of school psychology, and want to share their passion for innovation and growth with other likeminded professionals. View the want ad for more details. To apply, submit your resume and cover letter to Corey Lee, Publications Committee Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org by December 1.
Social Justice Committee
The NASP Social Justice Committee is looking for two more members, with at least one position needing to be filled by a student member. View the want ad for more details. To apply, submit your resume or vita, along with the Member Interest Survey, to Social Justice Committee Chair, Leandra Parris, at email@example.com by October 27.
Volunteer to provide mentorship to colleagues. View a list of available mentees and request to mentor someone who matches your professional experience.
Follow the conversations happening in the NASP Member Exchange and other Interest Groups and weigh in when you have expertise or experience with a particular discussion.
Volunteer to review portfolio submissions from NCSP applications from non-NASP-approved graduate programs. Earn CPD for your contributions.