SECTION 1. Membership Qualifications

Members of the National Association of Psychometrists (NAP) are individuals and organizations that: share in the common goal for which NAP was created, actively participate in achieving the organizations purposes and pay dues. All members are nonvoting with the exception of the Board of Directors.

Membership in NAP is not contingent upon going actively employed in the practice of Psychometry; therefore, no NAP member will be forced to surrender his/her membership status in the event that he/she is no longer actively engaged in the activities associated with the field of Psychometry.

Professional and ethical behavior is expected by all members of NAP.  Membership may be suspended or revoked by vote of the Board of Directors, at the Board’s discretion, if a member is determined to have violated the published Code of Ethics set forth by the Board of Certified Psychometrists and personal intervention has otherwise been exhausted.

SECTION 2. Membership Enrollment

A. Members who joined before January 1, 2013 

Membership is valid from January through December.  Renewal reminders will be sent via email January 1 and are due by February 1.  

B. Members who joined after January 1, 2013 

Membership is valid twelve (12) months from registration date. Renewal reminders will be sent via email on the anniversary of the initial registration date and are due within 30 days. 

C. All Members

Individuals whose membership dues are not received by the due date will become inactive and all membership privileges including receipt of NAP News and access to the online Discussion Board, will be suspended until such time as the Membership Committee is in receipt of the individual’s dues. 

SECTION 3. Benefits

NAP Members who present at the annual conference shall receive 50% off their conference registration fee, up to $100.

SECTION 4. Code of Ethics

NAP officially recognizes the Code of Ethics set forth by the Board of Certified Psychometrists (BCP) as the standard by which all psychometrists should conduct themselves in the practice of psychometry.

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