Student Series: Preparing for your Internship and First Job / Resume Review

1 hour running time

This webinar will be held February 4, 9:00AM-11:00AM. This webinar is not eligible for CEUs.

You think you have everything you need to list on that resume, but do you? In this interactive workshop, seasoned School Psychologists, some of whom do hiring, will be on hand to take a critical look at your resume and give you pointers on how to conduct yourself during those most important interviews.


Jeannine Topalian has been serving as a school psychologist for Los Angeles Unified School District for nearly 20 years. She is currently an administrator in Psychological Services in LAUSD and CASP President. Dr. Topalian has extensive knowledge of and experience in working with culturally diverse youth for over 20 years. Dr. Topalian works with the principal, school and support staff, parents, students, and community agencies to implement school-wide instructional, mental health services, and crisis and behavioral prevention and intervention programs. She also works specifically with students with special needs and is certified/licensed to assess, evaluate, and service students with behavior challenges, neurological disorders, intellectual delays, autism, emotional disturbance, specific learning disabilities, and other health impairments.


Maureen Schroeder has been a school psychologist for 22 years and has been a graduate educator for the last 12 years.  She is currently working for Elk Grove Unified School District.  Aside from being a practitioner, she is also actively involved in our State and National association, currently Past-President of CASP and NASP Delegate.  She is also an Assistant Professor for Brandman University, School of Education and oversees their School Psychology program.




For any questions regarding this workshop, please contact Member Services.