The overarching purpose of the TEAM Program is to create safe spaces for BIPOC mentors and mentees to engage in discussions of experiences impacting the mentee. The program pairs BIPOC students and early career professionals with more experienced BIPOC school psychology professionals.
2021 Award Recipients
Enjoy this recording of presentations from award recipients at our our 2021 Virtual Convention, hosted August 12-14!
Those interested may learn more about our full slate of accolades (and how to apply/nominate for 2022 recognition) via the “Awards” tab above. Please be sure to stay connected via LISTSERV and social media for additional opportunities as they arise.
We missed seeing you all in person this year, and we hope to see you in Minneapolis next year!
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