Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

YouTube Video Contest: Help Recruit the Next Generation

Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

YouTube Video Contest: Help Recruit the Next Generation

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Do you feel good about becoming or being a school psychologist? Do you believe you can make a difference in the lives of children? Do you think we need more quality people entering the field? Can you explain why in 5 minutes or less?

Here's your chance to get creative and passionate about school psychology while helping the profession and entering to win valuable prizes!

NASP is sponsoring the first ever NASP YouTube "A Career That Makes a Difference" contest for recruitment videos that will promote the "cool" and rewarding aspects of school psychology. There are two prize categories: one for graduate students and one for current school psychologists, with three winners in each category.

Your goal? Encourage high school students, undergraduates, and professionals (young and seasoned) to become school psychologists. Video submissions must be limited to 5 minutes, be informative as well as entertaining, and be accurate, positive, and representative of NASP.

Winning entries will be selected by NASP members. All submissions deemed appropriate (and tasteful) will be posted to the NASP YouTube site, where NASP members will be able to view and vote for the winning videos. …

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