Welcome to the Indiana School Counselor Association!
The new issue of Indiana School Counselor is now available in the
Member-Only section in Newsletters.
Call for Proposals for the 2014 Conference
On behalf of the Indiana School Counselor Association, I invite and encourage YOU to submit a proposal for the
2014 conference on November 6-7 at the Marriott Indianapolis East. We want to hear about your school
counseling program’s great work and the impact it is making on students!
To submit a proposal, please click on the link below and follow the prompts provided. All proposals need to be
submitted by Saturday, May 31. The Indiana School Counselor Association is soliciting proposals for
presentations promoting evidence-based programs in the domains of academic achievement, emotional growth,
social development, career exploration, and post-secondary planning. Presentations showcase proven programs,
current research, or skills of value to counselors, pre-K to postsecondary as well as district personnel, graduate
students and counselor educators.
Please submit your proposal today!
*You will be notified in July regarding the acceptance of your proposal.
If you are interested in applying, please follow this link: www.ncyi.org/i sca-cfp
Request for videos!!
Your action is needed! Please help us educate our communities about the important work
school counselors do each and everyday. Now is the time to advocate for our profession. We invite you
to create a short video (2-3 minutes) highlighting the impact you make on Indiana students,
educators, schools, and families. Be creative!
Please email your video (via YouTube link) to:
Brandie Oliver at email@example.com
Videos are due by May 1.
All videos will be used in ISCA’s advocacy/legislation, outreach and education efforts.
Please make sure that all persons in the video have given consent. Your video will
become the property of the Indiana School Counselor Association.
ISCA will select two winning videos. Creators will receive free registration to the
2014 ISCA Fall Conference.
Your voice is needed!!!
As we continue to work to meet the needs of school counselors, ISCA is seeking your input.
Please note: we are interested in the feedback of all school counselors, whether you are a
current ISCA member or not. While a few of the questions will assist our membership committee,
the majority of the information we are requesting will help to drive our legislative agenda.