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  • 08/18/2023 10:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    In the ever-evolving landscape of professional organizations, the process of rebranding holds immense potential to invigorate and expand membership. For the Delaware Association of School Psychologists, currently undergoing a rebranding initiative, this endeavor signifies a strategic move that can resonate deeply with its target audience and attract a larger, more engaged membership base.

    Rebranding, in essence, is the process of revitalizing an organization's identity, from its name and logo to its core values and messaging. It goes beyond a mere cosmetic makeover; it's a strategic shift aimed at aligning an organization's image with its evolving goals, values, and the changing needs of its members. Here's why rebranding can be a powerful tool to attract a larger membership:

    1. Fresh Perspective: Rebranding provides an opportunity to shed old perceptions and embrace a new identity. This can rejuvenate the organization's image, making it more appealing to potential members who might have previously overlooked it or dismissed it as outdated.

    2. Alignment with Current Trends: As the field of school psychology evolves, so do the needs and preferences of professionals within it. A rebranding effort allows the Delaware Association of School Psychologists to reflect the latest trends, methodologies, and approaches in its messaging and visual identity.

    3. Enhanced Visibility: A well-executed rebranding effort can significantly boost an organization's visibility. This newfound visibility can attract not only seasoned professionals but also emerging talents in the field who are looking for a platform to connect, learn, and grow.

    4. Focused Messaging: Rebranding enables an organization to sharpen its messaging and communication strategy. Clear and compelling messaging that resonates with school psychologists working with students throughout the state can forge a stronger emotional connection and resonate more deeply with potential members.

    5. Inclusivity and Diversity: Rebranding offers an opportunity to reflect on the organization's commitment to inclusivity and diversity. By showcasing these values through its new branding, the Delaware Association of School Psychologists can attract a broader range of professionals who share these principles, fostering collaboration from members with different perspectives and experiences. 

    6. Member-Centric Approach: Rebranding allows the organization to reevaluate and tailor its offerings to better serve its members' needs. By focusing on the unique challenges faced by school psychologists in Delaware, the association can develop resources, events, and initiatives that directly address these challenges.

    7. Fresh Start, Stronger Community: A rebranding effort often serves as a rallying point for current members, energizing them to actively participate and advocate for the organization. This renewed sense of community and purpose can be contagious, attracting new members who want to be part of a dynamic and passionate professional network.

    In conclusion, rebranding the Delaware Association of School Psychologists is a strategic move that can breathe new life into the organization. By aligning its image with the needs and aspirations of Delaware school psychologists, the association stands to attract a larger, more engaged membership base. This transformation is not just about aesthetics; it's about sending a clear and compelling message that resonates with professionals in the field and positioning the association as a vibrant hub for growth, learning, and collaboration.

    We look forward to hearing your feedback as we continue to evolve and support you! 

  • 02/22/2023 5:35 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Check out our award nominations webpage for links to applications for School Psychologist of the Year, Friend of DASP, and Outstanding Advocates. Nomination window closes Friday, March 17, 2023.

  • 05/28/2022 12:53 PM | Anonymous member

    See below for current postings in the Appoquinimink School District, including 5 added school psychologist positions with signing bonuses!

    • Supervisor of Special Education  Compliance (PK-12). Please click the link for more information about this vacancy.
    • Coordinator of Secondary Special Education (Instruction). Please click the link for more information about this vacancy.
    • School Psychologist for Lorewood Grove Elementary - 2022-23 - $5,000 Signing Bonus. Please click the link for more information about this vacancy.
    • School Psychologist for Redding Middle School- 2022-23 - $5,000 Signing Bonus. Please click the link for more information about this vacancy.
    • School Psychologist - Shared Schools – Odessa High and Cantwell’s Bridge Middle - 2022-23 - $5,000 Signing Bonus. Please click the link for more information about this vacancy.
    • School Psychologist - Shared Schools – Waters Middle and Redding Middle - 2022-23 - $5,000 Signing Bonus. Please click the link for more information about this vacancy.
    • School Psychologist - Shared Schools – Bunker Hill and Meredith Middle - 2022-23 - $5,000 Signing Bonus. Please click the link for more information about this vacancy.
  • 05/27/2022 9:42 AM | Anonymous member

    Congratulations to Rosa DiPiazza, Milford School District School Psychologist (and DASP GPR Co-Chair), for being named Delaware's inaugural 2022 Behavior Health Professional of the Year!

    Read all about it in a recent Delaware Department of Education article.

  • 05/10/2022 12:09 PM | Anonymous member

    There is a vacancy in the NCCVT School District for the 2022-2023 school year. Check out the district website for more details!

  • 02/27/2022 2:23 PM | Anonymous member

    DASP is seeking nominations for the following awards:

    • Delaware School Psychologist of the Year (SPOTY)

    • Outstanding Advocate

    • Friend of DASP

    Check out our Award Nominations page for more information!

  • 11/22/2021 6:47 PM | Anonymous member

    Tenure Track Faculty Position, School Psychology

    The School of Education (SOE) at the University of Delaware invites applications for an outstanding scholar and teacher in School Psychology. This 9-month tenure track faculty position is open rank (Assistant, Associate, or Professor level). The start date of the position is September 1, 2022.

    Click here for more information!

  • 07/08/2019 1:22 PM | Anonymous
    • Contracted Services for School Psychologist in the Prison Education Program
    • Work:  Psycho-educational evaluations and assessments, consultative meetings and report development for student with Special Needs at Howard R. Young Correctional Institution (Wilmington, DE)  and Dolores Baylor Women’s Correctional Center (New Castle, DE)
    • Reports to:  Teacher/Supervisor of the Howard R Young Prison Education Program and Teacher/Supervisor of the Baylor Prison Education Program
    • Dates of Work:    Approximately July 15, 2019  to June 30, 2020 on an as needed basis
    • Contract Not To Exceed:  $8,000 (including OECs where applicable)
    • Date for Application: July 30, 2019
    • Submit Resume and Letter of Intent under the subject line “HRYCI School Psychologist”
    • Description of Work:  Psycho-evaluations and assessments, consultations and report development for Level 5 offenders at Howard R Young and Baylor Women’s Correctional Institution
    • Requirements:  Must be a currently licensed school psychologist; possession of DOC clearance is preferred.
    Any questions regarding this contract can be directed to the Young Teacher/Supervisor
  • 05/11/2019 9:56 PM | Deleted user

    A school psychologist position is available within NCC Vo-Tech School District. Great district and friendly people to work with! If you or anyone you know is interested, please visit our website and feel free to send Ellen Flanagan an email with any questions. or

  • 03/25/2019 12:11 PM | Deleted user
    2019 School Psychologist.pdf

    MOT Charter is hiring a K-12 school psychologist for part time/flexible hours (25 hours per week)! Please click the link above to see a full job description.

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