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Registrations will be taken onsite starting at 8:00 a.m. March 26

CASP Spring Institute 2015 will be held at the Holiday Inn-Capitol Plaza in Sacramento on March 26-28. Designed to add to research-based interventions and programs to your counseling toolkit, much of what you learn during this three-day event can be used immediately upon your return to your schools. View the full schedule and register today. Deadline for online registration is March 19. Please register onsite after that date.

CASP Job Fair

Employers are lining up for CASP’s Job Fair to be held Friday, March 27, from noon to 4:00 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Capitol Plaza-Sacramento. Part of Spring Institute 2015, the Job Fair promises to let you know of the many, many positions currently open and expected to be available next fall. The fair will be preceded by a “How to Get Your First Job in School Psychology” workshop during which attendees’ resumes will be critiqued. Attend the Job Fair itself for free; $90 for workshop, Job Fair and lunch. See the Spring Institute 2015 schedule for details. No more tables are available for employers at this time.

Convention 2015 Call for Presentations Now Available

Those interested in presenting workshops, mini-skills workshops, papers, posters and panel discussions have until March 30 to apply for CASP Convention 2015, to be held October 15, 16 & 17 at the Riverside Convention Center. “Social and Restorative Justice: Positive Outcomes for All Students,” is the theme of this year’s premier CASP event. View application instructions online.


CASP’s Vision and Mission Statements


Vision Statement

The Vision of the California Association of School Psychologists is to foster the social, emotional and academic wellbeing of all students by collaborating with families, school staff, and the community to ensure that students are educated in schools that support equity, access, and respect for all.
Adopted by the Board of Directors in November 2014

Mission Statement

CASP’s Mission is to provide high quality educational and leadership programs, that maintain high standards of practice for school psychologists through legislative advocacy, professional development, communications, publications, ethics guidelines, and direct services to members, to enable the growth and development of the profession, and to ensure safe, healthy, and successful outcomes for the children, schools and communities we serve.
Adopted by the CASP Board of Directors, December 2014.