Trainers of School 


TSP annually honors an exemplary school psychologist with the Outstanding Contributions to Training award and Research Scholarships to Junior Faculty and Graduate Students. 

The Pearson Clinical Assessments 

Annual Trainers of School Psychologists Professional Development Scholarship

For the last several years, Pearson Clinical Assessments, in collaboration with the Trainers of School Psychologists (TSP) have awarded Junior Faculty Scholarships and Graduate Student Scholarships for the TSP annual meeting. Individual awards are provided on a competitive basis for an amount up to $500.  Please look for an announcement regarding future scholarship opportunities.

Nomination Process: Send nominations to by January 12, 2019.

Application instructions: Junior Faculty and Graduate Student Scholarships

Trainers of School Psychologists
Outstanding Contributions to Training Annual Award

Each year, Trainers of School Psychologists accept nominations for the Outstanding Contributions to Training Award. This award is presented to a school psychology trainer who throughout his or her career has demonstrated exceptional contributions to training that merits special recognition. The award recipient will be presented with the award at the TSP annual conference.

Example criteria include, but are not limited to, any of the following activities: curricula innovations, development of training materials, relevant activity in professional organizations that support training,advocacy for the field of school psychology, editor of a school psychology journal, etc.

Nomination Process: Send nominations to by January 12, 2019.

Application instructions: Outstanding Contributions to Training Award

Materials submitted for each nominee should include a letter outlining the training contributions, the nominee’s vita, and 3-5 letters of support for the nominee. Anyone, including a candidate him or herself, may nominate a school psychology trainer for the award. The award winner will be notified before the TSP meeting.

(c) Trainers of School Psychologists, 2015

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