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If interested in volunteering at conference, please email our conference volunteer coordinator, Myra Robinson, at

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Consider Being A Leader in NCSCA

Nominations for elections are now open for the North Carolina School Counselor Association.  The following positions are available:


(This is a three-year commitment as the President-Elect would serve for one year as the President-Elect, the President and the Past President; the nominee should have at least two years of board experience.)

Regional Vice Presidents:

Northeast Region, District 1 VP

North Central Region, District 3 VP

Piedmont Triad Region, District 5 VP

Northwest Region, District 7 VP

All candidates for Vice President should be professional members of NCSCA and work in the region that they are seeking to represent. Please review the NCSCA policies and bylaws for more information about the various positions available.

2019 NCSCA Officer Application.pdf

All nominations should be submitted by October 18, 2018 to Vanessa Barnes at

Update - Hurricane Florence

As we assess and process the impact of Hurricane Florence across our state, NCSCA has compiled a list of resources to help support your vital work in the coming days, weeks & months.  NCSCA will continue to stand behind and support you as we recover and rebuild from this natural disaster. Please do not hesitate to reach out with questions or concerns. If we do not have an answer, we will help you find one.  Our contact information can be found here:

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Information regarding McKinney-Vento Act (homelessness):

Many families and students are facing homelessness now because of Hurricane Florence. Please utilize the links below as resources to help guide how you can assist students and families in crisis and displaced due to the storm.  

North Carolina Homeless Education Program
National Center for Homeless Education

Here are some other resources that may be helpful as well.

Helping Students After a Hurricane
Helping Kids During Crisis
Tornadoes, Hurricanes, and Children
Managing Traumatic Stress
Disaster: Helping Children Cope
Psychological First Aid for Schools (PFA-S) Field Operations Guide
Hurricane Resources and Relief
Hurricane Resources for Apartment Residents
Disaster Mental Health Resources
Natural Disaster Resource Guide

An article for counselors to help family members:

Membership Rates Update

The NCSCA Board of Directors recently voted to update membership rates.  Beginning August 1st, 2018, the new rates are as follows:

Professional Members - $45

Retired Members - $25

Student Members - $25

Affiliate Individual:  $45

Affiliate Business / Corporation:  $105

Districts w/ 1 - 100 counselors - $40 per school counselor
Districts w/ 101+ counselors - $35 per school counselor

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