Types of Membership:
The NCCA Membership year is July 1 through June 30 of each year.
Individuals interested in and committed to the mission and purposes of the Association may join the Association as professional members. This membership type is for counselors who hold a master’s degree or higher in counseling or closely related field from a college or university. Professional members have full rights and privileges of the Association.
Retired professional members are eligible for emeritus membership in the Association Emeritus members retain all rights and privileges of professional membership.
Students/New Professionals: $15.00
Persons who are enrolled in counselor education programs, certified by their major professors,and who are not employed full-time in positions that would make them eligible for professional membership, may join the Association.
New Professionals are those graduates in their first year of employment in the counseling field. New Professionals are offered reduced dues for a limit of one year following graduation. Student and New Professional members have voting privileges and may hold the elective offices of Secretary,Treasurer, and Member-at-Large in the Association.
Regular members include persons whose interests and activities are consistent with those of the Association, but who are not qualified for Professional membership. Regular members are entitled to receive the Association’s Newsletter and to register for the Association’s Annual Conference at the member rate. Regular members are not entitled to any other rights or privileges of the Association.
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