The countdown for the 2020 census has begun! In order to achieve a complete count, the U.S. Census Bureau is encouraging local governments and community leaders to promote awareness of the 2020 Census, especially in hard to count populations. More information on how to reach hard to count populations as well as tips for promoting the census to all county residents, visit our 2020 Census Count page.Read more
SCAC is proud to have launched its first online course this year as part of the Institute of Government. Orientation to County Government I is now available online and is offered at no cost to elected and appointed county officials. This course serves as an excellent primer to county government. The course takes approximately one hour to complete and includes several quizzes to reinforce the user's learning. Upon completion, the participant is granted three hours of Level I Institute credit.
In order to access the course, use the link below. If you are not logged into the Member... Read more
Applications Must be Submitted or Postmarked no Later Than February 1, 2020.
Each year, SCAC's Presidential Scholarship Program awards one $2,500 scholarship to a graduating high school senior who is a resident of the same county as our SCAC President. Since Clarendon County Council Chairman Dwight L. Stewart Jr. is the current SCAC President, our 2020 Presidential Scholarship will be awarded to a Clarendon County resident.
This year, SCAC's Board of Directors Scholarship Program will... Read more