NASC National Student Council

The National Student Council (NSC) is an assembly of elected and appointed student leaders (representing 25 states each year) across the United States.  It advocates for students’ voices at the federal level, ensuring that their diverse perspectives and interests are integral to discussions surrounding education, schools, educators, and their futures.  Explore the Bylaws to learn more about NSC.

MASC can forward two candidates for the 2024-2025 year of service.  The National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) panel will select one State Representative from the two candidates nominated.  

Qualifications (see packet for more details)
• Be a rising Junior or Senior in high school.
• Attend a school with an active NASC membership.
• Have been an active member of their school’s student council for at least two years.
• Be able to travel alone to Washington, D.C. or other major U.S. cities.
• Commit to participating in nine (9) monthly virtual meetings and one (1) in-person gathering.

Complete Application Packet

Required Principal & Advisor Verification Form

Required Parent/Guardian Permission Form

Required Recommendation Google Form


11:59 p.m., Thursday, July 31, 2024