Leading Through Service in School Psychology Graduate Programs

Elizabeth Starr, Jillian Talley

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Graduate students are constantly pulled in multiple directions in the personal, academic, and professional lives. They must determine which opportunities will benefit their learning experiences. Supplementing what students learn in the classroom, often through leadership opportunities available within their graduate communities, is essential and benefits their future practice as school psychologists. School psychologists are often on leadership teams within their schools, as well as within the profession at the state and national level. Therefore, it is crucial to cultivate leadership skills while in the supportive graduate school environment to prepare students for roles in the future.
Original languageAmerican English
JournalThe School Psychologist
StatePublished - 2020
Externally publishedYes


  • School Psychology

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