Events & Conferences

There are openly shared documents from MASC’s Google Drive on this page.  Often a school system will block access to documents or drives outside of their system.  If you cannot access a document, please use a personal account and not a school account as when MASC receives a request for access, the response is also blocked.

MASC Encourages schools and regions to consider the MASC major events when planning their 2022-2023 calendars.

2022-2023 MASC Detailed Calendar
(link to Google calendar document)

2022-2023 Calendar of Major Events Only
(link to Google calendar document)

Link to MASC Google Master Calendar

Information for hosting MASC events (link to hosting details

Date Event Registration Link to Details
December 2-4 National Conference for Student Activities
(Advisors Only – use code KC22MA)
Early Bird rates prior to Oct. 31st http://www.nawd.com/ncsa/next/index.html
December 5 SMOB Candidate
Applications Deadline
http://bit.ly/2Qn0IGm
December 10 MASC Executive
Board Meeting
Nov. 16 -Dec. 7 http://bit.ly/2Qn1SBI
Monthly

Students4Good Webinars (#ICANHELP / Digital4Good) on-going https://www.icanhelp.net/events
(Students can also sign up to be a panelist for specific topics)
MASC EXPECTS ALL STUDENTS AND ADVISORS ATTENDING ANY MASC EVENT TO FOLLOW THE MASC CODE OF ETHICS:
As leaders, we must be continually aware of our actions and their effects.  In order to make an impact, we must exercise awareness of responsibility to ourselves, to the organizations with which we are associated, and to other people.  This code was developed through a cooperative process involving the MASC Executive Board, state officers, and regional advisors.
As leaders and advisors, we will:
*Serve as role models to our peers and set an example for all to follow.
*Be inclusive of all students while advocating, involving, and participating in various activities.
*Maintain a high level of respect towards others and ourselves.
*Strive to be committed leaders and encourage others to reach their full potential.
*Remember that part of our leadership responsibilities includes helping, training, and encouraging future leaders.
*Fulfill our role as a person whom others can count on and whose word is solid and trustworthy by refraining from cheating, stealing, or lying.
*Realize that our actions directly impact the integrity and credibility of MASC.
*Maintain the high integrity that MASC has achieved.
*Abide by all rules and procedures laid out by our host facility and organization
 MASC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, ancestry or national origin, familial status, marital status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, or genetic information in its programs and activities and provides equal access and a welcoming environment to all groups.

Past events can be accessed through links on the Google calendar document linked at the top.