Standing Behind & Supporting Our Members Since 1960
Networking & Leadership
Members are eligible to join NCSCA committees and become actively involved as a leader or advocate
Members can be nominated for NC School Counselor of the Year and other NCSCA Awards
Continuing Education & Professional Learning
Annual Conference (Member Discounted Registration) designed to help you keep in touch with others in your field in both professional and social settings
Earn Contact hours/NBCC credits needed to maintain licensure and keep abreast of pertinent issues in the counseling field
Support & Resources
Members can apply for NCSCA professional development grants and scholarships
NCSCA Publication articles highlighting ASCA and NC Department of Public Instruction updates
Collaboration & Consultation
NCSCA members have the opportunity to collaborate with the Board of Directors to support the school counseling profession (Legislative Day, Delegate Assembly, Leadership Development Institute, etc.)
Collaboration with ASCA to provide NCSCA members with access to national best practice resources and connect them with thousands of school counselors throughout the nation
Advocacy & Affiliation
Members receive the latest updates in legislative issues from NCSCA Lobbyist affecting professional school counselorsMembers receive support advocating for school counselors, comprehensive school counseling programs, ethical issues, and others as it relates to the counseling profession
For NCSCA questions, please email Andrea Wallace, Association Manager
NCSCA is a state division of the American School Counselor Association.
North Carolina School Counselor Association (NCSCA) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6314.
Programs that do not qualify for credit are clearly identified. NCSCA is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
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