Committees

Committee Leadership Handbook - July 2014

 

2014-2015 ACA Committees

Audit Committee
AUDIT COMMITTEE
 
Awards Committee
AWARDS COMMITTEE

Branch Development Committee
BRANCH DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

Bylaws And Policies Committee
BYLAWS AND POLICIES COMMITTEE

Compensation Committee
COMPENSATION COMMITTEE 

Conference Program Selection Committee
CONFERENCE PROGRAM SELECTION COMMITTEE 

Ethics Committee
ETHICS COMMITTEE

Ethics Appeals Panel
ETHICS APPEAL PANEL

Financial Affairs Committee
FINANCIAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

Graduate Student Committee
GRADUATE STUDENT COMMITTEE 

Human Rights Committee
HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE 

International Committee
INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE 

Investment Subcommittee
INVESTMENT SUBCOMMITTEE

Nominations and Election Committee
NOMINATIONS AND ELECTION COMMITTEE

Professional Standards Committee
PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS COMMITTEE

Public Policy and Legislation Committee
PUBLIC POLICY AND LEGISLATION COMMITTEE

Publications Committee
PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE

Research and Knowledge Committee
RESEARCH AND KNOWLEDGE COMMITTEE


2014-2015 ACA Task Forces


ACA Elections Review Task Force
ACA ELECTIONS REVIEW TASK FORCE

ACA Governance, Organizational Affiliates, And Divisions Task Force
ACA GOVERNANCE

Counseling Vision Advisory Task Force
COUNSELING VISION ADVISORY TASK FORCE

Developing Leaders Task Force
DEVELOPING LEADERS TASK FORCE

Leadership Development Task Force
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT TASK FORCE

Professional Identity & Membership Employment Task Force
PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY 

 



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ACA in the News: Using Technology to Connect With Youth

by Amber McLaughlin | Dec 03, 2013
Richard Yep, Chief Executive Officer of ACA, wrote a byline for eSchool News discussing how professional counselors are using specific platforms to assist in their efforts to reach younger clients.
“It’s important for professional counselors, parents, and school officials to explore ways technology can be used to help children and adolescents. Parents devote their lives to protecting their children, and it’s a scary reality that attacks such as Sandy Hook have made us realize that our children are not untouched by violence in the world.”

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