In an effort to more accurately represent the 6.3 million students of California, CASC has divided the state’s 58 counties into twelve regions. Each region typically has a president and vice president, who are elected by schools within the region, and a cabinet.
The structure of the regions is typically similar to the structure of the State Council. Aside from the president and vice president, most regions have a development director, a public relations director, and conference directors. Since regional presidents are recognized as official members of State Council, there is a direct line of communication among the regions and with the state level. Active regions with a regional cabinet have meetings and conferences within their area.
Attending your regional CASC leadership conference will equip you with the skills necessary to change your school’s environment for the better. CASC is an organization that advocates a peer-supported environment that allows students to speak out about their passions, whether it be in ASB or in another club or sport. Students enhance their leadership abilities such as public speaking, project planning, and organization in order to create positive change in their schools and the world.