Division 16 Early Career Professional Workgroup
Who We Are
Early Career Professionals (ECPs), individuals within ten years of the receipt of their degree, are a unique group with particular needs within the field of psychology. In line with Division’s 16 continued interests in meeting the needs of their members, the Early Career Workgroup was established to better address the needs of ECPs in the field of School Psychology. Since it’s inception, members of Division 16’s ECP Workgroup have worked to increase ECP-focused programming and engage ECPs within School Psychology, including practitioners and academicians, within the Division. In 2014, the Workgroup was recognized as the Runner-up for Early Career engagement across APA’s divisions.
What We Do
We aim to provide a forum that specifically targets the concerns and issues that relate to ECPs in School Psychology by:
- Providing convention programming and other resources geared toward the needs of ECPs.
- Representing ECPs’ point of view to the Division 16 Executive committee.
- Encourage involvement across APA.
- Increase access to resources for ECPs.
- Increase visibility of ECPs within the Division and highlight unique needs of this subgroup.
- Promoting leadership development within the Division and within APA.
For more information on the Division 16 Early Career Professional Workgroup, please email Stacy-Ann January.
Resources for ECPs
The Early Career Blog
The School Psychology Research Collaboration Conference (SPRCC) Call for Early Career Scholar Participants
The School Psychology Research Collaboration Conference (SPRCC) is an opportunity for emerging scholars to work in collaboration with peers and hand-in-hand with top researchers in the field of school psychology. Sponsored by the Society for the Study of School...read more
Division 16 Webinar: Complex Trauma in the Classroom- Considerations for Building Relationships with Students Impacted by Complex Trauma
A Division 16 Webinar Event - May 4 from 3:00 - 4:00 Eastern Time Division 16 invites members and non-members alike to attend a special webinar event, entitled "Complex Trauma in the Classroom - Considerations for Building Relationships with Students Impacted by...read more
APA Journals is seeking to enhance efforts to better engage Early Career Psychologists (ECPs) in the publishing process. At APA Convention this year, we’d like to speak with a few ECPs about their experiences with publishing, including the challenges they face and the...read more
Early Career Nomination for Presidential Citation as an APA Citizen Psychologist- SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED
SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED (NEW DEADLINE: JUNE 1, 2018) 2018 APA President Dr. Jessica Henderson Daniel and APA are seeking nominations for professionals to be recognized as a “Citizen Psychologist” through July 2018. The Early Career Professional workgroup would...read more
The Competition: Are you an early career psychologist (ECP, 0-10 years post doctorate) who wants to spread the word about the importance and benefits of self-care? This is your opportunity! Have fun, get creative and increase awareness by creating a short video in any...read more
SSSP invites proposals for the funding of projects by early-career applicants that are consistent with the SSSP’s purposes of advancing scholarship in and about school psychology and promoting the application of research to the practice of school psychology. A wide...read more
Division 16 is pleased to announce waivers to support three (3) Early Career Professionals (ECPs) to attend the APA Annual Convention in San Francisco. The eligibility criteria for these waivers is: The individual must be an ECP (i.e., within 10 years of obtaining...read more
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: Outstanding Dissertation Award Each year the Division of School Psychology presents an Outstanding Dissertation in School Psychology Award to a school psychology student who has completed a dissertation that merits special recognition because of...read more
The American Board of Professional Psychology is now accepting nominations for the following Diversity and Early Career Awards. Click on the award to see eligibility criteria and details to submit nominations Art Nezu Dissertation Diversity Award This prestigious...read more
What: The award is presented to an individual who has made substantial contributions to the understanding of intellectual or developmental disabilities as reflected in his or her published and presented works. Who: The recipient must be a member of Division 33, must...read more