SCCA Graduate Student Memorial Award Donation Opportunity The SCCA Graduate Student Memorial Award can be made possible with your donation to remember the contributions and service of Mrs. Harriet Gardin Fields and Mrs. Candice Bates Quinn to the counseling profession. Donations by January 15, 2015 SCCA (Check Memo: SCCA Graduate Student Memorial Award)
Dr. Jennifer Jordan, SCCA Interim Executive Secretary
146-A Withers/W.T.S. Building
Rock Hill, SC 29733 Memorial Award Donation Letter
The members of the South Carolina Counseling Association (SCCA) welcome you to our organization!
Unified in profession, purpose, and process, South Carolina Counseling Association (SCCA) is the only state chartered organization of the American Counseling Association (ACA) committed to providing leadership, advocacy, and education that promotes the growth and development of all professional counselors and those whom we serve in the great State of South Carolina.
Joining the association means you are becoming part of a growing network of counseling professionals, students, and allied helping professionals and institutions who are dedicated to providing diverse counseling services throughout the communities of South Carolina. We are passionate about providing our members with effective leadership in ever-changing times.
We are a nonprofit group working hard to strengthen the identity and services of the counseling profession. SCCA has established itself as a leader for more than 50 years in serving the diversity of helping professions that exist in South Carolina. Explore the pages of our website and learn more about our organization.
Unite the profession of counseling by joining or renewing your membership. Your membership is vital for the continued advocacy of the counseling profession.
Your SCCA membership benefits include:
Expanding your social and professional network)
Offering professional development and continuing education credits conveniently on-line, across the state, and at our annual conference
Linking you through our Palmetto Counselor Newsletter, South Carolina Counseling Forum Professional Journal, our Speakers Bureau, Career Opportunities, Leadership Opportunities, Directories – Find-a-Counselor, Find-a-Supervisor, Find-an-Internship Site, Spotlight on Counselors and MORE
Increasing visibility and unification of the counseling profession through advocacy, education, and professional development and enhancing your professional identity through membership in your passion or work setting divisions
Lobbying efforts through the support of SCCA and ACA to advocate and support your professional role
During our 50th Annual Conference, SCCA leadership will unveil a comprehensive 2013-2018 Long-Range Strategic Plan. During the months ahead, look ahead with us as we initiate our membership in engaging service that is intended to aid counseling professionals and the counseling profession in South Carolina. I invite you to join us on this journey as we envision an aware and fully involved SCCA membership. We look forward to seeing you there!
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Mary Eleanor Bowers' daughter, Gerry Brantley, has been courageously battling end stage renal disease. To help offset Gerry's uninsured expenses, a fundraising campaign in her honor has been established with HelpHOPELive, a nonprofit organization that has been assisting the transplant community for 30 years. All contributions are tax-deductible. You can help make a difference in Gerry’s life. Letter from Mary Eleanor Bowers Donation Form | Donate Online