The National Register of Health Service Psychologists, nationally recognized as the leading psychology credentialing organization for 40 years and a 501(c)(3) organization, has created several funding programs to provide awards and credentialing scholarships to deserving psychologists.
The APF/National Register Internship Partnership Fund
This fund, a collaborative effort with the American Psychological Foundation, was created to address the continuing gap between available accredited internship slots and eligible students applying for those positions. The APF/National Register Internship Partnership Fund will directly increase the number of available training positions for interns by providing funding to accredited training sites to accommodate additional interns. To donate to this fund, please use this donation form or donate through your National Register member account. One-time or recurring donations may be made by check or credit card, and a planned giving option is also available.
The Judy E. Hall Early Career Psychologist Award
This award, named in honor of NR's Executive Officer since 1990, is awarded annually to recognize excellence in a Registrant with less than 10 years of post-doctoral experience. Recipients receive a plaque, a check for $1,500, and an award citation in The Register Report. Learn more about the Judy E. Hall Early Career Psychologist Award.
Early Career Psychologist (ECP) Credentialing Scholarships
Early Career Psychologist Credentialing Scholarships were developed in conjunction with the APA Committee on Early Career Psychologists. These scholarships help ECPs (within ten years of award of doctoral degree) become credentialed as Health Service Psychologist by covering the cost of the credential review and registration fees. Learn more about ECP Credentialing Scholarships.
National Psychologist Trainee Register (NPTR) Credentialing Scholarships
The National Register, in conjunction with American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS), created this scholarship program for doctoral students in psychology interested in becoming credentialed by the National Register through its student program, the National Psychologist Trainee Register (NPTR). Learn more about NPTR Credentialing Scholarships.
If you would like to make a tax-deductible contribution to the National Register, you can do so by logging into your National Register member account. If you have questions or want to discuss planned or scheduled giving, contact Andrew Boucher at 202-783-7663 or email@example.com.