|Suzanne Allard Award|
The Allard Award ($250) will be presented to a graduate (non-doctoral) student enrolled in a university school psychology training program.
1. The nominator and the graduate student need to be current members of the Wisconsin School Psychologists Association.
2. The recipient must be in good standing and actively pursuing a Master’s Degree leading to certification as an entry level School Psychologist.
3. The recipient must be nominated by a professor or instructor from a University of Wisconsin System school psychology training program.
4. Priority will be given to applicants agreeing to practice in the state of Wisconsin for a period of not less than one academic year after internship.
Nomination packets for this award requires the following:
1. Completed Candidate Information form
2. A two-page nomination statement completed by the nominator from the university training program. The nomination statement needs to address the nominee’s academic achievement, skills in conducting research, and skills in relating with peers, instructors, and professionals.
3. The nominee needs to complete a candidate statement which addresses his or her professional goals, commitment to the discipline of school psychology, and involvement in WSPA.
4. Current Resume
The selection of the recipients will be decided by the Recognition and Scholarships Committee. The nominator and/or university professor will be asked to present the certificate to the student selected to receive this award at the Fall convention.
Completed nomination packets need to be submitted to the committee by January 29, 2018.
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To download the nomination form click on this link: 2018 Student nomination form.doc