NCSCA workshops are now being converted to a Webinar platform.  Please know that your health and safety are our top priority, so we are ONLY using the Webinar option. Please know that full refunds are available if requested by the date of the event. 

We are pleased to announce that all Workshop Webinars will receive NBCC credits as long as the webinar follows the guidelines for credits. Otherwise contact only hours will be given.

Please send a request by email to Andrea Wallace, 

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate this process. 

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Coronavirus Updates and Resources

1. We know you have lots of questions about ethics and school counseling in the current environment. We want to continue that conversation with you. Take a look at the FAQs here:…/faqs-virtual-school-couns.

2. As schools work to safeguard student health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, school counselors are challenged to meet student needs both at school and outside school in the event of closures. ASCA has developed some recommendations for both situations. Here you'll find a number of resources for talking to students about the pandemic, including encouraging parents to limit their children's exposure to news media, providing a calming influence to students as needed, and helping students address their fears.

Schools, working together with local health departments, play an important role in slowing the spread of diseases to help ensure students have safe and healthy learning environments. Please review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 

Interim Guidance for Administrators of US Childcare Programs and K-12 Schools to Plan, Prepare, and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)


NCSCA Graduate Student Scholarship

  • Take the opportunity to get funding for professional development opportunities, conferences, travel abroad, and tuition expenses.  The NCSCA Graduate Student Scholarship is awarded to an accepted or current graduate student in a school counseling program. Funding will vary each year but typically is not less than $375.  
  • The application can be found in the members section under Scholarships. 
  • This opportunity is open for all NCSCA members.  If you're not a member and would like to take advantage of this opportunity, you can join now!


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