LOOKING BACK ON SASC 2017...
Hosted each Fall by the SASC President school, SASC brings together over a thousand student leaders and their adult advisors for three days of networking, leadership training, idea sharing, inspiration, service learning, and fun. This year SASC took place October 27th-29th in Orlando, Florida. Please look back soon to see a recap video of GASC's time at SASC 2017!
LOOKING BACK ON NASC 2017...
LOOKING BACK ON SASC 2016...
SASC Conference, October 14-16, 2016 in Lebanon, Tennessee
During our weekend in Nashville, TN, we learned about the impact that an individual can make and the importance of being passionate about your leadership. I personally learned a lot about other projects and how other student councils are structured. It was a fantastic weekend because we were able to experience Nashville. We toured the Country Music Hall of Fame, ate ice cream downtown, and had a genuine Nashville music experience. We built friendships with other delegates from around the South and look forward to implementing some of the ideas from SASC into GASC.
SASC was a leadership convention that Encompassed 13 southern states. It was a great experience, because I got reunite with old friends and make new ones and also learn different ways to lead. We listen to some great speakers, attended workshops, attended sessions and went through Nashville. I learned that you need to help others out even when it is not the best thing to do and I also learned that I need to let go of things that are stressing me out from the past.
- Avery Ray
SASC was such an amazing leadership experience! Not only did we get to visit the beautiful city of Nashville, but we also were given the opportunity to collaborate with student council kids from Texas to Virginia. The theme of the convention was Tune into Leadership so the entire conference had a music theme. Our host school was very creative and offered us a lot of entertainment such as live performances, food trucks, door prizes, and a hypnotist. The best part of the convention in my opinion was getting to know kids from other states and exchanging ideas that our councils can use to better our schools and communities.