ADVANCING
THE SCHOOL COUNSELING
PROFESSION
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OUR PURPOSE

The Arizona School Counselor Association, Inc. supports school counselors through professional development, resources, and advocacy at the state and national level. We empower school counselors to lead systemic change by delivering to all students a comprehensive competency-based program, aligned with state standards for academic, personal/social, and career development.

The mission of AzSCA Inc., is to foster professionalism by leading, advocating, and collaborating for Arizona school counselors and the students they serve.
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WHAT IS THE SCHOOL COUNSELOR ROLE?

School counselors are vital to the academic, social, emotional well-being of our students. Learn more about the school counseling profession and what it takes to become one.
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SHARE YOUR SCHOOL COUNSELING STORY

As the Arizona legislature makes budgetary decisions, AzSCA needs to keep the school counseling profession at the top of our elected official's minds to ensure school counseling programs are funded in our state. We are collecting stories from our members that highlight the role of the school counselor to show our legislators that our role is vital to the social, emotional, and academic health of Arizona's students.

Submit your stories and experiences of being a school counselor in action using the link below. How did you help a student? What made you, as a school counselor, uniquely positioned/prepared to help this student? 
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COVID-19 RESOURCES

View our list of resources for the COVID-19 pandemic. If you have a resource that has helped school counseling during this time, please email it to chair@azsca.org and we will share it online.

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2021 CONFERENCE

The 2021 AzSCA Conference is going virtual! Learn more about our all-online event.

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RACE & EQUITY RESOURCES

School counselors must be prepared to talk with students about race issues and anti-racism. Below are resources to support your efforts. Please email chair@azsca.org with additional suggestions.