When you join FSCA your membership is good for one year from your date of enrollment. Our enrollment is not based on the school calendar year.
Comprehensive Newsletter. The Florida School Counselor, published five times per year (including a special Back to School issue), is a PDF download with many advantages:
Easier access to each issue.
Important resources and other content linked to websites.
Unhindered space limitations (i.e., we can offer more valuable content without worrying about delivery costs).
Legislative Advocacy. From our advocacy efforts in Tallahassee to our Legislative web page, FSCA helps inform our legislators about issues and directions for student success.
Representation. FSCA also represents you at the state and national Delegate Assemblies.
Partnerships. Because no one organization can do it alone, FSCA leaders continue to partner with other organizations, industries, and agencies to further our mutual interests in students and families.
NewsYou Can Use Blog. Frequently updated, the News Blog provides vital information to keep you informed about school counseling related issues. FSCA also delivers timely and relevant news via Twitter and other electronic media.
Professional Development. As everyone knows, it's important to participate in regular, certified professional development opportunities. FSCA partners with other organizations, universities, and nationally recognized trainers to offer members training in areas such as ethics, career counseling and more.
Awards. FSCA recognizes its best school counselors, administrators, advocates, and other supporters who make a difference among kids and families.
Resource Center. The FSCA resource center (members only) houses important content such as professional development resources (e.g., Handouts from our convention and other institutes), promotional materials, and much more.
Website. The FSCA website is comprehensive and still growing. The purpose of the FSCA website is to provide support for all of FSCA's goals and to make it easy for Florida school counselors to stay informed, collaborate, and network.