Listed below are applications for or of interest to MASC. Click on the link for more information on a specific application.

Please note the MASC opportunities and other collaborative organizations such as MASSP, National Association of Student Councils, etc.



(Currently Closed – Information is available from the past year)

MASC Executive Board Appointed Staff Applications

Three MASC Executive Board Appointed Staff Applications have been reopened and will close at 11:59 p.m., on Monday, May 27

MASC Conferences and Events – Hosting

Maryland Youth Advisory Council (MYAC)

MYAC applications open annually on March 1st and close on July 30th.  MASC appoints two students each year for a two-year term to this Council.  Applications close June 30th.

MASC Committee Opportunities

Like many organizations, a lot of work for MASC is done through committees.  This allows for wider input from students around the state.

Student Advocate for School Safety
Maryland Center for School Safety (MCSS)

Formerly known as the Student Focus Group, register to join the MCSS Student Advocacy Program. Student advocates provide valuable insight to the Maryland Center for School Safety (MCSS) on the student perspective of school safety within their local community. Members also gain experience and knowledge through collaboration with MCSS staff, and other student advocates to promote school safety strategies and events in their local school and community.




MASSP (Maryland Association of Secondary School Principals)

Maryland Page Program

Check with your county Page coordinator for specific application information – Opens in September and closes sometime in October

National Association Student Council (formerly National Student Council – NatStuCo)

National Honor Society (NHS)
individual qualifications

School Chapter: National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)
individual qualifications

Prudential Emerging Visionaries

Previously the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.  This award opens in September.

This award recognizes young people, ages 14 – 18, for their inspiring commitment to change. Those selected may qualify for up to $15,000 in awards, an all-expenses-paid trip with their parent or guardian to Prudential headquarters in Newark, New Jersey, and coaching and skills development to help take their initiative to the next level.

National Association of Student Council: (school must have an active NatStuCo membership)

• Emerging Student Leader Program (middle school individual achievement award)
• Distinguished Student Leader Program (high school individual achievement award)

The United States Youth Senate Program

Two students from each state will be selected to attend this program in our Nation’s capital (all transportation, hotel, and meal expenses provided). In addition, each delegate will also be awarded a $10,000 college scholarship for undergraduate studies, with encouragement to pursue coursework in history and political science.  Applications open in September and close in mid-October.

National Association of Student Councils (NASC): (school must have an active NatStuCo membership)

National Council of Excellence (student council award)