Welcome to NCCSA!
In a world where it's becoming more and more difficult to have face to face conversations, the North Country Council of Social Agencies fills a vital role in providing an opportunity to network and learn. Since 1944 the North Country Council of Social Agencies, Inc. (NCCSA) has been supporting the agencies of the North Country by...
- Highlighting NCCSA Members on the Website with an instant link to your agency website
- Addressing Community Issues through Supportive Community Forums
- Brainstorming Solutions through Community Collaboration on the Critical Needs Committee
- Enhancing Skill Development through cost effective training
- Offering Community Networking Opportunities during the Mix & Mingle portion of the luncheon
- Raising awareness through Relevant Educational Programming
- Offering Collegiate Camaraderie
- Encouraging Agency Collaboration
- Promoting your events and services at the luncheon and on Facebook
- Learning the latest nonprofit news and current contacts
Any agency, individual, organization may annually join in on the 70 year legacy of the Council. With your help and participation, NCCSA can continue to be an excellent resource for our community. To learn more about becoming a member click here. (see Membership).
Each month come and join NCCSA council members for useful networking and enjoyable educational sessions tailored to meet the needs of Northern New York's social agencies. Learn what the latest news in the field might be and who the contacts are at respective agencies. Don't miss out on the opportunity to engage in the camaraderie that this unique community forum provides—all in the span of a monthly lunch hour.
Come be a part of the community discussions with the North Country Council of Social Agencies! And thank you for valuing the people of the North Country and providing the best services possible.
NCCSA, Board of Directors
North country Council of social agencies
establishes human services scholarship
The Board of Directors for the North Country Council of Social Agencies has established a scholarship fund for non-traditional students with the guidance of the Northern New York Community Foundation. Students in Lewis or Jefferson Counties who are in their third year of pursing a Human Services degree are eligible to apply. Students may be full or part-time. Preference will be given to students who have shown an effort to provide community service hours.
If you are interested in applying or know someone who may be interested, click the link below to download an application. Note: Applications are due June 2, 2014, and should be mailed to the Northern New York Community Foundation, 120 Washington Street, Watertown, NY 13601.
January is Membership Month!
Membership to the North Country Council of Social Agencies provides many benefits to the non-profit leaders of the local area. During the months of January and February watch your mailbox for the opportunity to join this imformative organization. Not only will you gain the ability to attend monthly educational sessions at a discounted price, but you will be given the opportunity to network with professionals experiencing similar situations throughout the local human service field.
For more information visit NCCSA's Membership Page to fill out your membership today!