Support Your Student Council With NatStuCo
National Student Council (NatStuCo) aims to help all student councils become more effective organizations. NatStuCo provides valuable leadership training opportunities, numerous adviser resources, and exclusive programming that will energize your student leaders and encourage a positive school climate.Join NatStuCo Today
6 Reasons to Join NatStuCo
Access step-by-step guides, sample bylaws, handbooks, and more.
Adviser Online Community
Connect with your peers far and wide.
Raising Student Voice & Participation (RSVP) Program
Amplify student voice to create a more positive school culture.
Qualify for awards that honor outstanding councils and advisers.
National Student Project Database
Search 8,500+ project ideas for service and other activities.
Distinguished Student Leaders Award—for high school leaders.
Emerging Student Leaders Award—for middle level leaders.
The National Student Council Conference is heading to Eaglecrest High School in Centennial, CO on June 22–24, 2020, for an unforgettable three days of peer networking, captivating speakers, and enriching hands-on leadership training that will push your council to new heights. Learn more about the conference at www.NatStuCoConference.org.
As a school leader in Colorado, now is the perfect time to take advantage of all that NatStuCo has to offer. In addition to the member discount to attend the National Student Council Conference, members also receive unparalleled support for their student council advisers and a robust array of resources to help develop leadership skills in your student leaders.
Join NatStuCo by December 31, 2019 and you’ll also receive a Leadership Book Bundle for your student council adviser that includes Leadership Lessons: Lessons to Lead By and Ice Breakers: A Teambuilding Guide for Student Activity Advisers—a value over $27!
In the short time that I've had access to the NatStuCo Adviser Resource Center, I've been highly impressed and can't wait to use all the resources to better our student council.
It was a great first year! I’m happy to be part of such an amazing community.
I have worked really hard to have structured meetings. Advise magazine and the NatStuCo E-Bulletin have been very helpful.
Recognize Your Next-Level Leaders
- NEW: Emerging Student Leaders
- Distinguished Student Leaders
- Middle Level Recognition Program
- High School Recognition Program
These national programs recognize outstanding student council leaders who have demonstrated a commitment to quality leadership. The new Emerging Student Leader program provides a set of leadership evaluation criteria specifically for middle level students, while the Distinguished Student Leader program challenges high school students to put their leadership skills to the test through an evidence-based portfolio.
Visit natstuco.org/leadership-development to learn more about these programs.
What will I get when our school becomes affiliated with NatStuCo?
- Adviser Resource Center with templates for building a constitution, advice on parliamentary procedure, step-by-step project planning guidelines, sample officer installation pledges, and much more
- Adviser Online Community, where your adviser can connect with new and veteran advisers from across the country and beyond
- National Service Project Database, with over 8,500+ project ideas
- National Customer Care Center and Programs and Services Team, available 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. (ET) at 703-860-0200 and NatStuCo@NatStuCo.org
- Access to the NatStuCo Store
- Principal and adviser monthly communications
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What are the benefits of NatStuCo for students?
For the answers to more Frequently Asked Questions about NatStuCo membership, visit www.natstuco.org/about/membership-faq.