ASLCS E-Learning

The Benefits of Participating in ASLCS

 

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Testimonial by
Scott Kaiser,
assistant secretary, Illinois Senate

Overview

The American Society of Legislative Clerks and Secretaries (ASLCS) was founded in 1943 to improve legislative administration and to establish better communication between clerks and secretaries throughout the United States and its territories. In 1974, ASLCS joined with several state legislative groups to form the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL). From small beginnings, the society has grown to include an active membership of more than 300 hundred principal clerks and secretaries and legislative support staff. Today, the society is the most active of NCSL's 10 staff sections.

Hear from Scott Kaiser, a member of ASLCS since 2004, about the benefits of joining ASLCS and participating in ASLCS meetings, committees and initiatives.

 

 

Resources

NCSL Resources

NCSL Contacts

  • Contact Angela Andrews, NCSL's liaison to ASLCS for more information.