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Posted August 5, 2022

Posted August 5, 2022


Membership renewal

Posted July 25, 2022

In compliance with Session Law 2021-180 Senate Bill 105 (pgs.59-60), DPI is requesting feedback on barriers and recommendations for specialized instructional support personnel (counselors, nurses, psychologists, social workers) entering or employed in the profession. The feedback will be summarized in a report to the North Carolina General Assembly.  

Please provide feedback by July 8, 2022.  Your response is greatly appreciated. 

Take the survey here.

Posted June 22, 2022

Posted June 18, 2022 


Posted June 18, 2022


Posted June 18, 2022


 LPP Infographic 2022

Posted May 27, 2022

NCSPA School Safety Message- NCSPA: Response to Texas Tragedy

Posted May 25, 2022


Posted May 22, 2022


Posted May 1, 2022


On either May 22 or June 1 (you pick the date that works for you) the NCSPA Regional Representatives will host a virtual watch part of Pushout: The Criminalization Of Black Girls In Schools for school psychologists in NC. This is a documentary which takes a close look at the educational, judicial and societal disparities facing Black Girls. Inspired by the  book of the same name by Monique W. Morris, Ed.D. The documentary confronts the ways in which the misunderstanding of Black girlhood has led to excessive punitive discipline which in turn disrupts one of the most important factors in their lives, their education. Following the watch party, participants will be led in a discussion of a school psychologist's role in advocating for the needs of Black girls in the education system. 

Click here to learn more.

Posted April 26, 2022

Posted April 7, 2022


 April LLC
Posted April 2, 2022


Membership is Worth It
Posted March 21, 2022 


Posted March 13, 2022

Apply to serve on the NASP National and State Credentialing Committee. See information about the application process below.

Posted March 11, 2022


Find a Job in North Carolina

NCSPA’s vision is that all school districts in North Carolina will have school psychologists who receive the support needed to provide comprehensive school psychological services to support children and families. To support that vision, jobs are posted on the NCSPA website 

Check out the current available openings in North Carolina!

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Advertise With Us

Do you represent a Public School Unit (PSU) interested in posting an employment/internship opportunity? 

PSUs are invited to advertise available school psychologist positions with NCSPA. Responsibility for the content of posts rests with the specific PSU.

Submit your employment or internship opportunity for posting here!