Legislative and Public Policy
The ACA of Georgia Legislative and Public Policy Committee is responsible for providing the board with up-to-date information on legislative, policy, and advocacy issues that affect the counseling profession in the state of Georgia—as well as communicating advocacy issues supported by ACA. Contact information for the ACA of Georgia Legislative and Policy Chair is listed under Leadership.
The ACA of Georgia Graduate Student Committee is committed to involving master’s and doctoral students from across the state in ACA of Georgia events and activities, while also providing leadership opportunities for students. This committee receives feedback from graduate students and helps to ensure that their voice is heard at ACA of Georgia events and activities.
Graduate students: Get connected to other ACA of Georgia graduate students by contacting the Graduate Student Chair to learn more about how you can get involved! Contact information for the ACA of Georgia Graduate Student Chair is listed under Leadership.
ACA of Georgia regional chairs plan events throughout the state to meet the needs of our members. ACA of Georgia has six regions: North, Metro, East Central, West Central, Southeastern, and Southwestern. ACA of Georgia members are welcome to attend events in any region. To learn more about our regional events, or to volunteer, contact the ACA of Georgia Regional Event Chair listed under Leadership.
The ACA of Georgia Communications Committee is busy doing everything from creating our newsletter to updating our social media sites to responding to email from members. ACA of Georgia Communications Committee members also take on special projects throughout the year, including the Member Survey. Contact information for the ACA of Georgia Communications Chair is listed under Leadership.
Want to get involved with a committee?
Information is available here (PDF, 96 KB).
For more information, contact the Committee Chair or contact ACA of Georgia at email@example.com.