COMMITTEES

GET INVOLVED WITH AZSCA - JOIN A COMMITTEE!

The AzSCA General Board is comprised of many active and retired school counselors who are passionate about advocating for the school counseling profession in Arizona. Board members all volunteer their time to the Association and bring many wonderful programs and services to AzSCA members. These hard-working volunteers could use YOUR support, suggestions, ideas, and feedback. AzSCA has eight (8) active committees that are always accepting new members. Take a look at our committee information below and if you have time, energy, and passion, consider volunteering! Click on the "LEARN MORE" links to get contact information for committee leaders to start your journey with AzSCA today!

Check out the activities of our committees below,
and click on "learn more" to connect with the committee chair:

ADVOCACY & GOVERNMENT RELATIONS

The Advocacy and Government Relations Committee leads efforts to inform school counselors and stakeholders of critical legislative issues facing the profession.

CONFERENCE

The Conference Committee plans and executes the Annual AzSCA Conference in February including selecting speakers and presenters, coordinating activities, and much more!

COMMUNICATIONS

The Communications Committee is responsible for the bimonthly AzSCA e-newsletter and social media communications.

MEMBER BENEFITS

The Member Benefits Committee works to provide special incentives and discounts to add value to your AzSCA membership.

MEMBERSHIP RECORDS

The Membership Records Committee processes membership applications and renewals and maintains membership records.

OUTREACH

The Outreach Committee promotes the mission and vision of AzSCA through networking, member relations/recruitment, and other events.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

The Professional Development Committee ensures school counselors have access to the latest techniques, research, and knowledge so they can stay effective in their careers.

RESEARCH

The Research Committee promotes the understanding and use of data and action research by AzSCA and AZ School Counselors to inform and demonstrate the effectiveness of their program.