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Interested in getting involved in IASP? Join a committee! IASP is always eager to have new volunteers and fresh ideas! You can volunteer as much, or as little, of your time as you have available. To find out more about getting involved, please click here to contact Kirstin Wilson IASP President.

IASP maintains three standing committees:

  • Communications & Membership
  • Advocacy & Collaboration
  • Professional Development & Advancement


MEMBERSHIP & COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE

The Membership and Communications Committee is responsible for:

  • Communicating with members, graduate students, and university faculty
  • Managing publicity for the association, including the purchase of promotional items
  • Publishing the association’s electronic newsletter, IASP in Action
  • Recruiting executive board members and overseeing the nomination and election process
  • Maintaining current association members and recruiting new members by communicating the benefits of membership
  • Voicing current issues and calling the membership to actions when needed
  • Using technology to communicate with the membership (e.g. website, email, Facebook)
  • Completing surveys of the membership as needed

ADVOCACY & COLLABORATION COMMITTEE

The Advocacy and Collaboration Committee is responsible for:

  • Maintaining an active presence at the Indiana State House on behalf of the association and its membership, which includes overseeing the association lobbyist
  • Engaging in advocacy at the regional level
  • Collaborating with other organizations, including the Indiana Department of Education
  • Partnering with school psychology training programs and establishing university faculty and student reps
  • Communicating with the membership as needed on key legislative issues

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & ADVANCEMENT COMMITTEE

The Professional Development and Advancement Committee is responsible for:

  • Determining and coordinating professional development opportunities offered by the association, including state, regional, and online training opportunities; this includes planning and coordinating the association’s annual Fall and Spring Conferences
  • Encouraging the involvement of graduate students and early career school psychologists in the association
  • Overseeing the association’s annual awards and scholarships
  • Acting as a resource on licensing at both the state and national level
  • Maintain the association’s status as a NASP-approved provider of continuing professional development (CPD)
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