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What is the Role of the Council of State Presidents Committee?
The NSNA Council of State Presidents Planning Committee plans and conducts the Council of State Presidents (COSP) meeting at the MidYear Conference and Annual Convention. The members of the planning committee are state presidents elected at COSP. The COSP Committee's responsibility is to discuss the priorities of the association, activities for the year, accomplishments, problems and to share ideas. The committee allows for the interchange and consultation between state presidents, the NSNA Board of Directors, and staff (see NSNA Bylaws).
Ryan Fox, Ex-Officio, Chair, Council of State Presidents,
COSP Eligibility Requirements
How to Fill Vacancies on your State Board of Directors
The Epic State Convention Battle Plan for Passion, Purpose and Party
The Subtle Art of Leadership and Delegation
Membership – Increasing Your Impact
Tips & Tricks for Successful Board Transitions
How to Put on a Successful Conference
Leadership: Ways To Be Great Even If You Don’t Always Know What You’re Doing
How to Run a Successful Convention
Guidance for State Presidents – The Transition Process
The Importance of Communication with State Presidents
Building Interest – Connecting with Members
Convention and Meetings
Filling Vacant Positions
Marketing and Social Media
Increasing Student Engagement in a Digital Age
Important Skills to Adopt as a State President
Meetings and Convention—Virtually and Onsite
Bridging the Gap Between State Chapters & NSNA
Virtual Board Transitions
How to Fill a Board Position Vacancies Virtually
Meetings and Convention – Virtually & Onsite
Duties of a State President
IRS 990 Requirements & Constituency
How to Plan a State Convention
How to be a Good Leader
State and School Chapter Resources
NSNA Membership Benefits Presentation
Schools and state associations can use this presentation for your recruitment meetings. This presentation describes the members benefits and membership recruitment resources NSNA has for you and your chapter to be successful.
SECTION II: HOW TO MANAGE A STATE ASSOCIATION
SECTION III: HOW TO MANAGE A SCHOOL CHAPTER
Checklist for State Associations & School Chapters
State and School Constituency Requirements 2024
State Minutes - Why is taking minutes fundamental to the organization?
Role of the Secretary - Minutes
How to Build Relationships with your School Chapter?
Regina Leonard, 2011-12 Ex-Officio and Chair of the Council of State Presidents shares her thoughts on the role of COSP in meetings and the many resources available for state presidents.