Become a Mentor (Mentor Registration Form)

Mentors should have at least three years of experience in their current roles and settings. Students and those in their first or second year of practice (Student or Early Career NASP members) cannot serve as mentors. 

Upon registering as a mentor, you will be added to the list. You will be notified if a mentee requests you as a mentor, at which point you will need to accept the mentorship. You can visit your Mentor Profile to change your availability at any time and have the option to provide professional support to more than one mentee at a time. As stated above, group mentorship is also acceptable if all parties prefer this method. You have the option to turn down a particular request due to inadequate fit or you are no longer available.

You must Login to register as a mentee or update your mentee profile. The opportunity to participate in the NASP Mentor Program is available to NASP Members Only.

Sample Description

“I am an African American male school psychologist with 12 years of experience in the public schools. I specialize in working with students with autism spectrum disorder as well as students with severe behavioral problems. I am also actively engaged in my state school psychology association.”

Gender Minority

Gender minority is used in this context as an umbrella term incorporating diverse identities and includes persons identifying as female-to-male, male-to-female, two-spirit, genderqueer, and other terms. Gender identity is a person’s internal sense of being male, female, both, or neither.

Sexual Orientation

Sexual Orientation refers to an enduring pattern of emotional, romantic, and/or sexual attractions to men, women, both sexes, transgender people, no one, or all genders.

Complete Mentoring

Only click when the mentorship has officially ended. .

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