About ArSCA

Arkansas School Counselor Association (ArSCA) supports school counselors' efforts to help students focus on academic, personal/social and career development so they achieve success in school and are prepared to lead fulfilling lives as responsible members of society. Membership in the state and national associations is highly recommended. ArSCA adheres to the Code of Ethics and policy statements of the American School Counseling Association (ASCA).  

Arkansas School Counselor Association (ArSCA) is organized into 6 regions within the state. ArSCA initiates and supports the improvement of school counseling programs through information, research, legislation, professional development, and ethical standards, while upholding and encouraging continued improvements in standards for education. 

Arkansas School Counselor Association (ArSCA) members voted to become independent of the state counseling association in July 2015.   Official detachment from the state counseling association occurred August 29, 2015.  

 
ArSCA's Vision:
ArSCA empowers professional school counselors with the knowledge, skills, connections and resources to promote student success in the school, the home, the community and the world.

ArSCA's Mission:
The mission of ArSCA is to represent professional school counselors and to promote professionalism and ethical practices. 

ArSCA's Goals and Objectives:
ArSCA’s goals are aligned with the goals of ASCA. 


ArSCA Provides
  • Professional development opportunities in areas to critical need are made available to all professional school counselors. 
  • Timely, relevant information exists to enhance professional school counselors' level of skill and professionalism. 
  • Legislative policy exists that supports professional school counselors and child advocacy. 
  • ASCA initiates and supports relevant research and evaluation in school counseling. 
  • Professional and ethical standards articulate the code of conduct and professional behavior for professional school counselors. 
  • Strategic partnerships with stakeholders exist to benefit professional school counselors and their students. 
  • Leaders at local, state and national levels champion and lead change initiatives. 
  • Organizational structure and administrative functions that facilitate the accomplishment of the goals and objectives. 

 

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ArSCA President,
Jul 17, 2013, 10:34 AM
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Arkansas Counselors,
Jun 26, 2014, 8:27 PM
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