NASCOE’s By-Laws dictate the Secretary shall keep an accurate record of all transactions of the Association, including minutes of all meetings of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee. The By-Laws also state that the Secretary shall give an annual report to the Association. NASCOE’s Executive Policies state the Secretary’s Report should contain information pertinent to the NASCOE year, including but not limited to: a list of Officers, Executive Committee, National Chairs, and Board of Directors; material and financial assets of the association; Negotiation Items; budget information; and Executive Committee minutes. Additionally any changes to NASCOE’s Constitution and By-Laws, the NASCOE Travel Policy, the Executive Committee Policies, or other major revisions of policies or procedure should be included. The Executive Policies also state that the Report is to be posted on the NASCOE website. The 2020-2021 Annual Report has been compiled according to policy and formatted similarly to recent years.
In the coming days, each county office will be receiving an inaugural NASCOE “touch card” explaining the history of NASCOE and the advantages of becoming a member of NASCOE. This informative card will enable our co-workers to better understand NASCOE and the role it plays in representing all county office employees. Development of the touch card was a collaborative effort of the NASCOE Membership Work Group. This group was comprised of PT’s and CED’s from around the nation.
Along with the touch card, you will receive a letter from NASCOE President, Brandon Wilson. We encourage you and your co-workers to take a look at both the touch card and the letter from President Wilson. The touch cards are a great way to engage in conversation about NASCOE and the voice it provides for our co-workers both on the local and national level.
If you would like further information about NASCOE or joining NASCOE, please contact your state association leadership or visit the NASCOE website at https://nascoe.org/.
Thank you for all you do in serving your producers and your FSA Family.
(*) The NASCOE Membership Awards are awarded to individuals and county offices who have had 25 years or more of continuous membership. The eligible individuals receive a very nice NASCOE pin with the years of service and a certificate. The county offices will receive a continuous plaque at the National Convention held this year in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
We need to recognize our members for their continued years of service! Please provide the necessary information before the applicable deadline.
Thank you for everything that you do to make NASCOE great!
In our continued efforts to provide valuable benefits, we have partnered with Age of Learning to provide their flagship programs, ABCmouse and Adventure Academy to our membership.
During these trying times with COVID and remote learning, ABCMouse and Adventure Academy is a great way to supplement your children’s education. Members will receive a 74% discount for both programs on the full monthly price for the first two months. After that, the price is just $9.95/month for ABC Mouse and $9.99/month for Adventure Academy until cancelled.
NASCOE has partnered with Emblems by Superior to offer a $25 gift card to any fulltime FSA employee who joins NASCOE for the first time between now and July 31, 2020. Emblems by Superior offers USDA apparel and 15% of all sales goes to the scholarship fund.
Membership in NASCOE begins at the state association level. When an employee joins their state association, they are automatically joining NASCOE. Please take a moment to help us increase our membership by reaching out to employees in your state that aren’t currently members and ask them to consider joining.
Redeeming the $25 gift offer is easy! Upon completion of a membership application and FSA-444, State Presidents, State Membership Chairs or the new member simply needs to email the new employee’s name, home address and home email address to National Benefits-Emblems Chair, Chris Lary.
application deadline is coming up for the NASCOE Leadership Development
Program! JULY 1st-Please spread the
word! The team has an exciting agenda planned to develop NASCOE’s future leaders.
If you have ever considered getting more involved in your state or on the
national level of NASCOE, this training is for you! It will provide you with all
the tools you need and help you build those key relationships.
visit the NASCOE Leadership Development page for more details and
instructions on how to apply. Direct your questions to Donny Green and Neil Burnette,
The NASCOE Membership Awards are awarded to individuals and offices who have had 25 years or more of continuous membership. The individuals receive a very nice NASCOE pin with the years of service and the offices will receive a plaque at the National Convention.
Please encourage your states to get these turned in!! We want to recognize our members for their continued years of service and we can’t do it if the states do not submit their entries on time.
If you have any questions at all, please let me know.
Thank you for everything you do to make NASCOE great!!
NASCOE is excited to
announce an opportunity for states to develop and enhance leadership to promote
sustainability and success into the future. We are asking states to identify,
engage, educate, and invest in the “NASCOE Leadership Development Program” which
is designed to focus exclusively on leadership development and enhancement all
the way from the state level to the national level!
We have so much
undiscovered and available talent within NASCOE’s membership, and we want to do
our best to recruit and train future aspiring leaders to continue carrying the
torch. It is NASCOE’s goal to deliver this training in a “train-the-trainer”
format so that the results and benefits will be perpetual by allowing states to
take this model back home and continue “passing the torch” to future
generations of up and coming leaders.
It is important to
understand that this leadership training is not focused on a traditional
audience compared to NASCOE’s audience for legislative conferences. Our intent
is to focus on leadership development, with only a segment of legislative
Over the course of
several months, NASCOE’s leadership has worked diligently to formulate a
targeted plan of action, a suitable venue location, and a team of excellent
presenters and coordinators.
visit the NASCOE Leadership Development page
for more details and instructions on how to apply.