Leadership Positions

AzSCA Needs YOU!
School Counselors are leaders, advocates and change agents! Now is the time to get involved and make a difference in Arizona! Our Board of Directors needs YOU, your ideas, your talent and your leadership! Please consider running for one of three Board of Director’s open positions! All of your questions about this terrific opportunity are answered below!

What is AzSCA’s Mission?
The Arizona School Counselors 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 each student a comprehensive school counseling program, aligned with the ASCA National Model and state standards for academic, social/emotional and career development.

What does a member of the Board of Directors do exactly?
The 9 member Board of Directors represent the diverse needs and perspectives of all Arizona school counselors. They oversee our Ends Policies and ensure that our organization is fiscally responsible and stays focused on our Strategic Plan. The Board of Directors oversee our paid positions and our committee work. Read more about our Strategic Plan here.

What is the time commitment?
This is a 3 year commitment. Our board generally meets 5 times a year either in person or virtually. This includes our Leadership Development Institute in the summer and our meeting at the annual AzSCA Conference in March.

Who is eligible to run for a position?
Any AzSCA and ASCA member in good standing who is a Licensed School Counselor, active, inactive or retired in the state of Arizona. Up to one Board of Director position may be filled by a post-secondary representative who may or may not be a Licensed School Counselor.

What qualities are you looking for in a Director?
· Leadership
· Advocacy
· Collaboration
· Commitment
· Excellent Communication Skills
· Experience in the School Counseling field

Interested in serving as an AzSCA Governing Board member through a committee or as a committee chair?

Contact  General Board Member Duties & Responsibilities