Get Involved in NHASP!

NHASP Is a strong and member led organization that thrives on the efforts of volunteers. Additionally, NHASP leaders participate in numerous activities at a state and local level in NH. Opportunities for participation exist both within NHASP as well as around NH on behalf of NHASP.

NHASP Opportunities

Members interested in engaging with volunteer efforts with NHASP have many options: 

  • Attend a Board Meeting! All members are always welcome at all NHASP board meetings. Information on our board meetings and other general information on NHASP is available at the About NHASP page
  • Attend a Regional Meeting! Members can attend NHASP regional meetings to meet other practicing school psychologists and NHASP leaders. 
  • Attend a NHASP PLC meeting! 
  • Attend a Study Group or Mini Skills presentation!
  • Attend the Early Career Group! All school psychologists in NH who are in their first 5 years of practice are welcome to attend the early career group. 
  • Graduate students can apply to be a NHASP Graduate Assistant to a NHASP leader!

Board Meetings

Board meetings are held from 4:30-6:30 on the 2nd Wednesday of each month September through June, some exceptions (see dates below).  

All NHASP members are encouraged to come to meetings! Email our NHASP president to receive the invitation information.

See the Event Page for the Board Meetings for a link to add them to your calendar. 

Meeting dates for the 2022-2023 school year will be:

September 14th 

October 12th 

November 9th

December Social Event

January 11th

March 8th

April 12th

May 10th

June 14th


NHASP Board meetings are typically held at the NEA-NH Building in Concord. But, during the COVID-19 pandemic, meetings will be held virtually. Please contact NHASP president to confirm the location or obtain the link to the video conference. 

If we meet in person, the location will be: 

NEA-NH Building 

9 South Spring Street

Concord, NH

Additional Opportunities 

  • Contact the NHASP president listed in the column to the right with general ideas or questions or submit a question in the Contact Us page. 
  • Contact a specific NHASP leader working in the area of your interest. Committee chairs and other NHASP leaders are listed here.
  • Join the NHASP listserv
  • You can learn more about living and working in NH as a school psychologist on our Employment in NH page.

NHASP Graduate Student Assistant program.

NHASP has a program to involve graduate students in school psychology in our association more directly. We have long had a graduate student representative as a member of our leadership team. This program expands the role of graduate students by creating four student assistant positions. 

For more information, please see the description of the program. For questions or if you are interested in applying, please contact NHASP Past-President

Current Efforts around NH:

NHASP Leaders are involved in many efforts in NH. Some of these are outlined below:

  • NH Community of Practice on School Behavioral Health
  • NH Children’s Behavioral Health Collaborative
  • Revision of standards for school psychology in NH
  • Development of performance based assessment strategies for related service providers

NHASP members who are engaged in similar efforts that are not listed here can contact a NHASP board member to discuss them further if they wish.
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