School psychologists work with a broad range of youth and young adults. Students and families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds could benefit from enhanced bilingual school psychology training. What does a bilingual school psychologist’s training experience look like? How does that training tie into cultural competency? Desiree Vega and her research team, including doctoral students Dylan Barton, Lily Hammer, Charlotte Iurino, Michele Stathatos, and Jaclyn Wolf, are investigating the training experiences of bilingual school psychologists. Existing literature in school psychology has only begun to scratch the surface on bilingual school psychology practice. This project serves to inform preparation provided at the pre-service level, as well as in-service training for professions, and is supported by Smith Endowment funds.