Become a Strategic Partner and Gain Exposure!
Partners of NASSP are able to reach a variety of audiences to meet your marketing objectives.
School Leaders - NASSP membership consists of more than 20,000 principals, assistant principals, and other school leaders in middle level and high schools from around the country. For a more detailed profile of our members, see the membership profile (pdf).
Student Program Advisers - NASSP also promotes student leadership through the National Honor Society, the National Junior Honor Society, the National Elementary Honor Society, and the National Association of Student Councils. Together the student leadership programs represent more than 30,000 advisers.
| Create and enhance brand awareness with NASSP members. |
| Elevate corporate commitment to social responsibility by supporting important education initiatives. |
| Align your brand with NASSP’s mission to promote excellence in middle and high school leadership. NASSP seeks alliances with organizations that can assist in our mission and that align with our strategic goals. |
| Align your brand with student programs that support the intellectual growth; academic achievement; character and leadership development; and physical well-being of youth. |
How to Reach Your Goals
NASSP offers organizations many vehicles through which you can reach your target audiences:
Contact Leslie Distler, email@example.com, for more information about opportunities.
Top Sponsors and Funders
| Lifetouch |
| MetLife |
| MetLife Foundation |
| Minnesota Life |
| Prudential Financial |
| SchoolTube |
| Virco Inc. |
Current NASSP Priorities
| Promoting the "Great Schools Have Great Principals" campaign |
| Strengthening the role of the principal as instructional leader |
| Focusing attention on school leaders' challenges |
| Providing a national voice for school leaders |
| Publicizing the issues and interests of members in the news media |
| Building public confidence in education |
| Promoting student leadership through the National Honor Society, National Junior Honor Society, National Elementary Honor Society, and the National Association of Student Councils. |