The following files contain information about each SCASC student officer position. The information is a guideline for the job of the office. Some changes may be made as we draw on the strengths of each student who serves. Adjustments may also be made to fit a particular year or situation.
If you plan to run for a SCASC office, you are required to print and read the guidelines for the office you plan to run so that you will be familiar with what you will need to do if you hold that position.
All SCASC officers are expected to follow the following:
1. Lead, serve and represent the state of South Carolina student councils with dignity, honor and class. 2. Carry yourself in a manner that demonstrates respect for yourself, your school, your family and SCASC. 3. Consider your actions so that what you do reflects a positive representation of the state and students you represent. This includes at school, at home, in the community, at conferences and on social media. 4. To promote fairness during SCASC election campaigns, current SCASC officers will not endorse, like, follow or openly support any one candidate.
Note: Advisors must be committed to supervising, supporting, and helping theelected student to complete the task related to the position.