GSCA thanks its leaders and volunteers for their tireless service and dedication. Please click here for a leadership directory.
We are looking for mentors willing to share their experiences and offer support to new school counselors in the field. Please click here for more information.
GSCA has many benefits to offer members. Please click here to review and access member benefits.
Congratulations to GSCA Member Robin Zorn, counselor at Mason Elementary School, who has been named the 2014 ASCA National School Counselor.
GSCA has opportunities available for companies & organizations whose products or services benefit school counselors. Click for more.
Do you sell to the school counselor market, or want college student referrals? Then mark your calendars for November 10-12, 2014, as we hope you'll be joining us in the beautiful Augusta, GA.Georgia School Counselors Association (GSCA) is pleased to invite you to participate in the Fall 2014 Annual GSCA Conference themed, “School Counselors: A Voice for Students,” in Augusta, GA, November 10-12, 2014. Over 750 counselors were in attendance in 2013, and we are thrilled to be coming back in 2014 to engage in workshops and conversation about how we can empower our students across the state of Georgia.
The Georgia School Counselors Association is an organization which represents, promotes, and enhances professional school counseling in Georgia.
The mission of the Georgia School Counselors Association is to enhance the identity and growth of all Professional School Counselors in the state of Georgia by developing and providing programs and services that lead to improved outcomes for the students being served.
GSCA will be a strong organization representing professional school counselors with the leadership necessary to achieve its mission.
As members of GSCA, we believe all students, grades K – 12, deserve access to school counseling services. The nature and substance of school counseling programs should be comprehensive, developmental, and continuous. That the on-going enhancement of school counseling skills and knowledge to benefit children is essential. All people have value and deserve respect and dignity. Counseling services provided to students and schools should be data driven with appropriate accountability components. all students should be taught skills that lead to developing competencies in the three areas of academic, career, and social.