ISCA Board Member Nominations

Call for Nominations for ISCA President Elect-Elect, Vice President Middle School, Vice President Counselor Educator, Vice President Counselor Supervisor, and Vice President Graduate Student to serve July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018.
If you are interested in running for one of these positions, or you would like to nominate someone, please complete the nomination for the Nomination Committee.

If you are interested in running for one of these positions, or you would like to nominate someone, please complete the nomination for the Nomination Committee, by midnight April 25, 2017.

The President Elect-Elect, V-P Middle School, V-P Counselor Educator, V-P Counselor Supervisor must be a Professional Member of ISCA in good standing preceding the election.

All nominees will be asked for their bios, a photo, and a statement as to why they would like to be a part of the ISCA leadership team to be posted on the web.

The ISCA Election will take place April 28, 2017-May 15, 2017 and results of the election will be announced in June, 2017.

If you have any questions regarding the nomination or election process, please contact our office at myisca@gmail.com or the Nominations Chairperson Sherri McLaughlin at SMcLaughlin@jsd117.org.

President Elect-Elect
Purpose: To serve as a voting member of the Governing Board and provide support to the President so as to further the mission of ISCA and to begin developing plans for future leadership responsibilities.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Maintain membership in ICA, ISCA, and ASCA.
Serve as a voting member of Governing Board.
Demonstrate an awareness and knowledge of the ISCA, ICA, CICO and ASCA By-Laws as well as ISCA Policies and
Procedures.
Maintain accurate records of expenditures and follow all financial policies & procedures.
Serve as member of the ISCA Annual Conference Committee.
Observe and support President to prepare for Presidential term.
Develop and submit Goals/Action Plan/Report at the ISCA Summer transition meeting (Goals/Action Plan - incoming,
Report - outgoing)
Attend the ICA Fall Counselor Conference and help staff the ISCA table.
Attend the ISCA Spring Conference.
Attend ISCA Governing Board, General Membership, and Executive Board meetings.
Submit articles to the ISCA INSIGHT.
Maintain Leadership Notebook and pass relevant information to position successor.
Submit reports of activities at each Governing Board meeting as well as a final report at the end of each term.

Vice President Positions

Purpose: To provide leadership and address educational and professional issues related to their respective levels.

Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Hold and maintain membership in ICA, ISCA
2. Serve as voting members of the ISCA Governing Board.
3. Demonstrate an awareness and knowledge of the ISCA and ICA By-Laws as well as ISCA Policies and Procedures.
4. Maintain accurate records of expenditures and follow all financial policies & procedures.
5. Connect with ISCA Area Reps to learn about issues and support efforts across the state at the level each represents.
6. Develop and submit Goals/Action Plan/Report at the ISCA Summer transition meeting (Goals/Action Plan - incoming,
Report - outgoing).
7. Attend the ICA Fall Conference and help staff the ISCA table, if needed.
8. Attend the Annual ISCA Conference and help staff the ISCA table, if needed.
9. Attend the ISCA Governing Board and Membership meetings.
10. Submit articles to the ISCA Newsletter.
11. Maintain Leadership Notebook and pass relevant information to position successor.
12. Submit reports of activities at each Governing Board meeting as well as a final report at the end of each term.

A person elected to a position of Counselor Educator Level Vice President shall be employed as a counselor educator in an accredited institution of higher learning with a school counseling program and be a professional member during their term of office. A person elected to a position of Counselor Supervisor Level Vice President shall be employed as a counselor supervisor and have direct supervision of one or more professional school counselors and be a professional member during their term of office. A person elected to a position of Graduate Student Level Vice President shall be enrolled as a student in a masters of school counseling program at an accredited institution during their term of office. Level Vice Presidents shall be elected for a two year term, except for the Graduate Student Level Vice President, which shall be elected for a one year term.

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