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The South Carolina Vocational Association, Inc. was initially formed in 1974 to: “1. To establish and maintain active leadership in initiating, extending, improving, and promoting vocational education; 2. To serve as a unifying agency for all personnel in vocational education; 3. To advance the ideals and standards of vocational education; 4. To act as a central agency to help keep the people of the state clearly and reliably informed of the purposes, needs, and accomplishments of vocational education in the state; 5. To provide an opportunity for discussion of all questions involved in vocational education; 6. To be vital and integral part of the American Vocational Association (AVA) and to help plan, develop, and implement its program of work.” The South Carolina Vocational Association, Inc. was later renamed the South Carolina Association of Career and Technical Education.
Scope and Content Note
The South Carolina Vocational Association Records consist of correspondence, minutes, bylaws, reports, and memoranda relating to annual conferences, awards, administrators of the organization, and its activities. Subjects include the annual summer conferences from 1981-1984, minutes and agenda of business meetings during this same time, other South Carolina Vocational Association (SCVA) advertised events, as well as original resumes and correspondence for the 1981 director position.
The South Carolina Vocational Association Records were deposited with the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections on January 11, 1984 by Sam Greer.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "South Carolina Vocational Association Records - Accession 552". Finding Aid 1118.