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Call for Participants to Revise the ACA Code of Ethics

Apr 01, 2011
The American Counseling Association is initiating the process of revising the ACA Code of Ethics and invites interested members to submit an application to serve on the Ethics Revision Task Force.

The American Counseling Association is initiating the process of revising the ACA Code of Ethics and invites interested members to submit an application to serve on the Ethics Revision Task Force. The deadline is May 15th. The task force will be comprised of 8-10 individuals who will spend approximately three years revising the code with input from a variety of sources. It is anticipated that the draft will be completed in 2014.

Applicants must be ACA members in good standing and maintain their membership during the entire revision process.

The following qualifications are desired:

  • 3+ years of post-graduate experience.*
  • Experience with the application of the ACA Code of Ethics from a practitioner's perspective and/or participation in scholarly activities pertaining to the ACA Code of Ethics (teaching, publications, presentations, etc.)

*Doctoral students enrolled in a Counseling or Counselor Education and Supervision program are eligible to apply for one designated slot reserved for a student member.

ACA wishes to develop an Ethics Revision Task Force rich in diversity; as such, we invite individuals represented in the Nondiscrimination section of the ACA Code of Ethics (C.5) to apply. In addition, we are seeking practitioners from varied settings and specialties.

To Apply: Send an e-mail stating your desire to be considered for the ACA Ethics Revision Task Force to ethics@counseling.org For the subject line, please put: Ethics Revision Task Force application. Please include the following:

  • Your name, mailing address, e-mail address, and work telephone number.
  • Your ACA member number, along with a statement verifying that you are an ACA member in good standing and committed to maintaining ACA membership during the entire revision process.
  • An attached resume or vita.
  • An attached Word document using Times New Roman 12 point type highlighting practitioner-related experience with the ACA Code of Ethics and/or scholarly activities focusing on the ACA Code of Ethics.
  • An attached Word document using Times New Roman 12 point type stating why you are interested in serving on the ACA Ethics Revision Task Force.

Please send an e-mail with "Ethics Revision Task Force application" in the subject line and each bullet point above addressed to: ethics@counseling.org by May 15.

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    Call for Participants to Revise the ACA Code of Ethics

    by User Not Found | Apr 01, 2011
    The American Counseling Association is initiating the process of revising the ACA Code of Ethics and invites interested members to submit an application to serve on the Ethics Revision Task Force.

    The American Counseling Association is initiating the process of revising the ACA Code of Ethics and invites interested members to submit an application to serve on the Ethics Revision Task Force. The deadline is May 15th. The task force will be comprised of 8-10 individuals who will spend approximately three years revising the code with input from a variety of sources. It is anticipated that the draft will be completed in 2014.

    Applicants must be ACA members in good standing and maintain their membership during the entire revision process.

    The following qualifications are desired:

    • 3+ years of post-graduate experience.*
    • Experience with the application of the ACA Code of Ethics from a practitioner's perspective and/or participation in scholarly activities pertaining to the ACA Code of Ethics (teaching, publications, presentations, etc.)

    *Doctoral students enrolled in a Counseling or Counselor Education and Supervision program are eligible to apply for one designated slot reserved for a student member.

    ACA wishes to develop an Ethics Revision Task Force rich in diversity; as such, we invite individuals represented in the Nondiscrimination section of the ACA Code of Ethics (C.5) to apply. In addition, we are seeking practitioners from varied settings and specialties.

    To Apply: Send an e-mail stating your desire to be considered for the ACA Ethics Revision Task Force to ethics@counseling.org For the subject line, please put: Ethics Revision Task Force application. Please include the following:

    • Your name, mailing address, e-mail address, and work telephone number.
    • Your ACA member number, along with a statement verifying that you are an ACA member in good standing and committed to maintaining ACA membership during the entire revision process.
    • An attached resume or vita.
    • An attached Word document using Times New Roman 12 point type highlighting practitioner-related experience with the ACA Code of Ethics and/or scholarly activities focusing on the ACA Code of Ethics.
    • An attached Word document using Times New Roman 12 point type stating why you are interested in serving on the ACA Ethics Revision Task Force.

    Please send an e-mail with "Ethics Revision Task Force application" in the subject line and each bullet point above addressed to: ethics@counseling.org by May 15.