NCSCA Piedmont-Triad Region

Jeff Bedford, Piedmont-Triad Region Vice President

January 2016

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I greatly appreciate all of you that shared this newsletter last month! The December newsletter was the most viewed by almost 40%. Please, continue to share this with colleagues!

Certificates are posted

2015 Fall Conference Contact Hour Certificates are now posted in your NCSCA member accounts.

Non-members will receive certificates via email by January 18, 2016.

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emerging leader applications are open

If you are ready to grow your leadership skills to the next level NCSCA’s Emerging Leaders Program is just for you. Emerging Leaders have an opportunity to observe the inner workings of NCSCA’s Board of Directors as they plan and implement programs and supports for North Carolina’s Professional School Counselors.

As a result of the experience, many of our Emerging Leaders have contributed their leadership and talents to the next level by serving NCSCA as President, President-Elect and Treasurer. One of our wonderful 2015-2016 Emerging Leaders, Mrs. Durenda Ward, is a finalist for ASCA’s 2016 School Counselor of the Year!

The potential is also there for you!!!

Please go to

for the application.


On a personal note, I became involved with NCSCA through the Emerging Leader program. I have nothing but good things to say about the program and the support it can provide. Please consider applying if you would like to be more involved in our wonderful profession!

Continued Need for Mentors in Piedmont-Triad Region

NCSCA offers a mentoring program through the website. If you would be interested in becoming a mentor with NCSCA, please click the blue button below. The link will take you to the Mentor Program webpage; once there, you can download an application. Once the application is complete, please email it to Angela Totty:

Piedmont-Triad Region Specific Need:

A counselor in the Guilford County area is seeking a mentor through NCSCA. This counselor is looking for someone with elementary or middle experience. Duties would include phone calls, texting, email or in-person meetings no more than 1x a month, or as the mentee needs to collaborate or seek guidance for particular counseling needs.

NCSCA Winter 2015 Newsletter

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Jeff Bedford

Piedmont-Triad Region Vice President: Alamance, Asheboro, Caswell, Davidson, Davie, Elkin, Forsyth, Guilford, Lexington, Mount Airy, Randolph, Rockingham, Stokes, Thomasville, Surry, Yadkin