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  • Professional Support in Large Rural State
  • Representation of School Psychologist-Specialist and School Psychologist-Doctoral Providers in Maine to increase accessibility and communication
  • Access to Membership Online
  • Online Discussion Groups
  • MASP Website
  • Regional and Local Employment Opportunities
  • Fall and Spring Conferences
  • Representation, Updates, Alerts and Advocacy on Educational Issues in Public Policy
  • Discounts to New England Continuing Education and Professional Conferences - MASP is part of the Northeast Region State Association Conference Sharing Agreement which provides the sharing of conference information, and discounts by state school psychology associations with the intent of increasing benefits to all members


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Be sure to read MASP's Commitment to Civility document for all members. 

MASP Commitment to Civility.pdf

Membership period is July 1st to June 30th of the calendar year


Per MASP By-Laws, minimum qualifications for Regular Membership to this Association shall be certification by the Maine Department of Education as a School Psychologist Specialist, or current certification by the National Association of School Psychologists as a Nationally Certified School Psychologist, or licensure by the Maine Board of Examiners of Psychologists as a Licensed Psychological Examiner, or Licensed Psychologist. 




Per MASP By-Laws, Associate Membership status will be afforded to other persons who do not meet the eligibility requires of the other membership categories and may include those functioning as a school psychologist without a school psychology credential, consultant, or supervisor of psychological services; faculty at a school psychology graduate program.



Per MASP By-Laws, Retired Members shall be persons who are age 50 or older and have retired from full time remunerative professional activity but may be consulting or involved in other paid professional actively less than 15 hours a week.



Per MASP By-Laws, Student Members shall be persons actively enrolled in a school psychology graduate program. Student membership is not available to those employed full time in the profession. 


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PO Box 116 South Windham, ME 04082

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