Student Advisory Council

The Student Advisory Council (SAC) is a forum for direct communication and recommendation between students and the NCFCA leadership. As members of the Council, students will share their voices on a variety of topics and work to create evidence-based solutions for select issues that are important to students and their regions. They will also serve as ambassadors for NCFCA, engaging their community, and working to further the mission of the organization. The purpose of the Student Advisory Council is to promote the development and growth of NCFCA, provide a connection between National leadership and our students, and to provide a venue for representation of and response to student concerns.

Serving on the Student Advisory Council provides students with many opportunities to represent the voices of other students, develop leadership skills, network, and gain valuable, résumé-building experiences. Council members gain mentors and learn how to mentor others. Through these experiences, they also gain invaluable insight into the importance of godly leadership.


2018-2019 Student Advisory Council

Region 1: Dylen Tomita

Region 2: Allyson Habersetzer, Zach Byars

Region 3: Micah Miller, Shannon Kerr

Region 4: Erin Guetzloe, Reese Corley

Region 5: Caleb Sampson, Ellen Vogltanz

Region 6: Joshua Anumolu, Julianne Kidd

Region 7: Harrison Bath, Lily Corley

Region 8:Cassandra James, Elijah Martin

Region 9: Benjamin McKay, Rebekah White

Region 10: Luke Kim, Sarah-Beth Etter


The Student Advisory Council consists of up to 20 students from across the country, one male and one female from each region. Each term will run for a period of one year, from National Championship to the following National Championship. A student may serve a maximum of two terms.Involvement in the SAC consists of meetings at each National Open, and the National Championship (attendance not required, but there will be a meeting for those members in attendance), one group meeting via electronic communication such as teleconference or “GoToMeeting” in the fall, and various additional opportunities to connect with the NCFCA leadership on an ongoing basis.

 

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