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NOW is the time to renew or start your NMASC membership!

Renew/Join » (the deadline for 2018-19 membership dues is October 20)

2018-19 State Officers
Your 2018-2019 NMASC State Officer Team welcomes you to an exciting year in school and in Student Council! (L-R): Second Vice-President Noah, Secretary Josh, First Vice-President Marley, and President Kameron.

There are many benefits to your school for being a member of NMASC, from leadership training opportunities for StuCo members and professional development for advisors—to civic engagement opportunities and participation in statewide and national networking and leadership training events. More on benefits of membership »

NMASC and district dues run from August 1 through July 31—the beginning of a school year until the next school year. NMASC annual dues are $85 and district dues are $15, for a total of $100 per school year. If you're joining NMASC for the first time, NMASC dues are $65 and district dues are $15—totalling just $80 for your first year!

2018-19 NMASC annual member dues for middle level and high schools must be paid by October 20, 2018. Advisors, to renew or join, please complete the NMASC Membership Dues Form/INVOICE and send your membership dues payment to NMASC.

Thank you and have a great school year!

NMASC/District Info at your fingertips!

The New Mexico Association of Student Councils is comprised of five districts across the state: Northwest, Northeast, Central, Southwest, and Southeast. Special thanks to NMASC alumni Kaelan Horn for his hard work in putting together the districts section of the website!

Click here for NMASC/District info!

Warm-Ups Exchange: A new resource for NMASC students and advisors

The Warm-Ups Exchange is a place for you to find warm-ups that you can teach your council. Submit videos of your council members performing your favorite warm-ups to share with other councils across New Mexico. Advisors, please check your monthly NMASC Newsemail to learn how to submit your council’s videos.

To get to the exhange, click the button in the navigation bar at the top of this website, or just click here!

2018 NMASC/District Fall Conferences
Navigate Your Leadership Path

NMASC/District Fall Conferences

That’s right!  Student Council leaders and advisors in NMASC will have the opportunity to plot your course as you prepare to Navigate Your Leadership Path at the 2018 NMASC/ District Fall Conferences - your chance for exciting leadership training... networking with student leaders and advisors... exchanging ideas, projects and practices... having fun... up close and personal leadership inspiration and character training with national trail blazer keynote speaker and workshop presenter John Norlin!

For middle and high school leaders in NMASC member schools. The cost is $20/student and $10/adult—and includes leadership training, workshop materials and lunch.

More information/register »

Central District
Saturday, October 20, 2018

Valley High School
1505 Candelaria Rd. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87117
Map and Driving Directions

Northwest District
Monday, October 22, 2018

Farmington High School
2200 N Sunset Ave
Farmington, NM 87401
Map and Driving Directions

Northeast District
Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Española Valley High School
1111 El Llano Rd.
Española, NM 87532
Map and Driving Directions

Southeast District
Wednesday, October 24, 2018

ENMU Roswell Campus, Performing Arts Center
52 University Blvd
Roswell, NM 88203
Map and Driving Directions

Southwest District
Thursday, October 25, 2018
Mesilla Valley Maze
3855 W Picacho Ave
Las Cruces, NM 88007
Map and Driving Directions

John Norlin

About 2018 Fall Conferences Keynote Speaker John Norlin

John is the Program Administrator for Student Leadership & Community Involvement for the Sumner School District, a Servant Leadership trainer, and motivational speaker. He was Washington Advisor of the Year and taught 5 leadership classes per semester for 10 years at Sumner High School.

John is part of the CharacterStrong team, a partnership of educators, speakers, and students who believe in creating sustainable change in schools and helping young people develop the skills of service, kindness, and empathy.

Visit John Norlin's website »






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