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 and boards are posted on the Member Exchange. Most positions are advertised in the spring, with appointments typically beginning July 1. Below view current openings.

Assistance to States Committee

The Assistance to States Committee is accepting applications for two new positions: one person from the Northeast region and one at-large member (can be from any state). Applications will be reviewed beginning April 15. For more information on the position and details on applying, please view the posting in the online Communities.

Convention Committee

The Convention Committee is accepting applications for a Virtual Learning Coordinator to begin immediately (i.e., May 2021). Applications will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled. For more information on the position and details on applying, please view the posting in the online Communities.

IDEA Reauthorization Advisory Committee

Though we do not expect IDEA to be reauthorized in the next year, we are forming an Advisory Committee to provide expertise and support the work of the NASP IDEA Reauthorization Workgroup, GPR Committee, other relevant NASP leadership tasked with developing NASP policy priorities regarding IDEA. Applications are due May 28. For complete details, please view the posting in the online Communities.

Multicultural Affairs Committee

The Asian/Pacific Islander Subcommittee of the Multicultural Affairs Committee is seeking a cochair to serve a 3-year term beginning July 1. Applications are due June 4. For complete details, please view the posting in the online Communities.

National and State Credentialing Committee

The National and State Credentialing Committee is looking for two new members: a graduate student and an early career (preferred) school psychologist, loosely defined as the first 5 years of practice. Applications are due May 15. Racially and ethnically minoritized candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. For complete details, please view the posting in the online Communities.

Professional Growth Committee

The Professional Growth Committee is looking for two new members. At least one of the selected candidates will ideally be early career, loosely defined as the first 5 years of practice. Applications are due May 15. Racially and ethnically minoritized candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. For complete details, please view the posting in the online Communities.

Social Justice Committee

The Social Justice Committee is looking for four new members: two general members, one early career member (i.e., first 5 years of practice), and one graduate student member. Applications are due May 31. To ensure diverse representation, the committee chair and cochair encourage those from underrepresented backgrounds (e.g., race/ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation) to apply. For complete details, please view the posting in the online Communities.