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(Brief committee descriptions are listed below):
Educates the membership on ethical issues involved in college counseling and handles all
complaints concerning violations of NACAC’s Statement of Principles of Good Practice (SPGP).
Keeps the records for the association and initiates activities to increase and strengthen membership.
Assists in planning the annual spring conference. Subcommittees include: exhibitors,
program sessions, local arrangements, registration, social, pre-conference, and more.
Assists the association in issues related to increasing college access to underserved populations.
The committee also helps administer GPACAC grants and coordinates the annual scholarships.
Assists with the quarterly newsletter, and works to increase GPACAC’s name recognition
and publicity efforts.
Each site coordinates the local arrangements for the fair and seeks local funding.
Works with the past president in finding and presenting a slate of officers for approval at the
annual conference. Solicits nominations and selects annual award recipients.
Assists state coordinators with local events and coordinates Tools of Trade Program.
Works in creating new revenue sources and seeks corporate/individual sponsorships
for GPACAC events and priorities.
Maintains contact with state legislators, watches bills affecting counselors and higher education,
and educates the association on legislative issues in our region.
Maintains e-list, GPACAC website, social media, and other relevant information/technology.