About the NASP Exposure Project

Going “back to school” can mean going WAY back to your old high school and college to present on the rewarding work in the field of school psychology!

The NASP African American subcommittee of the Multicultural Affairs Committee invites you to participate in the Exposure Project (#NASPEP) to expose high school students and undergraduates, especially those of diverse backgrounds, to school psychology as a career.

If you are a school psychology graduate student, faculty member, or practitioner, please consider presenting to high school students and undergraduates in your area to expose them to the field. Together, our grassroots effort contributes to reducing shortages in school psychology by attracting culturally, linguistically diverse students into school psychology graduate programs.

All materials for your presentation have been prepared for you. These materials are adaptable and available via Dropbox.

If you have questions or concerns, please contact Dr. Charles Barrett, Cochair, African American Subcommittee at charles.barrett@lcps.org.

Thanks for your support of this exciting project, which provides you the opportunity to positively impact the field of school psychology!

Congratulations, and thank you, to our outstanding volunteers who exposed 10,000 students to careers in school psychology in one year!

Access Materials

Access resources to use with high school and undergraduate students to promote the profession, including PowerPoint presentations and an infographic, available in English and Spanish.
Download Materials