With a diverse population and landscape, the Peach State offers an abundance of fun for those looking for a school psychologist job.  Georgia is tops in the world when it comes to pecan production, and also home to a number of large military instillations.  If you want to see the Olympic games, or at least the places they took place, the 1996 Summer Olympics were hosted in Atlanta.  Now days, the city plays host to the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta Hawks professional teams.

Major attractions in Georgia include Stone Mountain and the Georgia Aquarium, ranked in recent years as the largest in the world.  If you want to head to the beach while on your school psychologist assignment you can do that too, off the coast in the Golden Isles.  Other spots you won’t want to miss include Zoo Atlanta and the Savannah Historic District, which draws in millions of visitors every year.

In order to take a school psychologist job in Georgia, you must have PsyD or PhD from a NASP-approved graduation program in school psychology or from a Georgia school psychology training program. In addition, some schools prefer a psychologist hold a valid NCSP credential.  Psychologists are the most highly educated personnel in the school system, making them the most coveted jobs.


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