Events & Conferences

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Information for hosting MASC events (click here)


March 19


Rising Leaders: Empowering Middle School Students for Success 


Virtual Event

Registration Period

Registration closes at 11:59 p.m., Sat., March 16th 

March 13-April 5
(extended deadline)
Registration for the Spring Leadership Conference Online March 13-11:59 p.m., April 5
April 5, 2024
5:00 pm
(extended deadline)
Outstanding Student Leader / Activity Recognition Due Online submission The Regional President or Advisor submits
April 1 – April 15 Staff Applications for 2024-2025 positions Applications on-line April 1 – 11:59 p.m, April 15
(Interviews April 22-May 5)
April 9 Deadline Registration for National VISION Student Leadership Conference See full details Event is June 20-23
April 13, 2024 Spring Leadership Conference South Hagerstown HS
Washington County
Wed. March 13- Wed. April 3
April 27, 2024 Inclusion in Leadership Forum Virtual Event  Thurs. April 4- Thurs. April 25
April 27, 2024 10:00-3:00 pm Eastern Shore Leadership Conference Parkside High School Wicomico County Tues. April 2 – Mon. April 22
May 1 –  May 15 Registration for Executive Board Meeting Online Registration May 1 –  May 15 (event is May 18)
May 18, 2024 Executive Board Meeting Richard Montgomery HS (MCR) – In-person with Live Streaming May 1 –  May 15 (event is May 18)
May 22, 2024
3:00-4:00 pm
Regional Advisors Meeting Virtual Event
June 21-23
Arriving June 20
National VISION Student Leadership Conference Rio Rancho High School, New Mexico

Other Opportunities

Date and/or Deadline Event Link to More Information
March 1 – June 30

Maryland Youth Advisory Council (MYAC) Applications

April 22-26 “LEVEL UP!” 

National Student Leadership Week
Application Deadline April 1

Maryland Corps/Service Year option or email

Saturday, April 20

Maryland Civic Education and Engagement Leadership Summit – “Empowering Youth to Shape the Future of Democracy”

Link to Registration

Sunday, April 21st and Saturday, May 11

MCSS Student Voices Town Hall

Link to Registration
May 19, 2024

MyImpact Challenge

Explore.Act.Tell Program

Family and Consumer Science aligned and fully-funded (free) service leadership program for students in grades 6-12.

Link to Register


ON-GOING Opportunities Event Link to Information
Yearly MASSP Membership
Yearly MCSS Students Advocating for Safety (SAS)

Monthly – Link to Listing of 2023-2024 Webinars

Students4Good Webinars (#ICANHELP / Digital4Good)


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.