With NVGA reorganized, the Trustees resumed publication of The
At the 1924 annual NVGA conference held in Chicago, the Trustees
During Smith's tenure, the NVGA Trustees appointed the
psychologist elected president of the NVGA in 1921.
advice of the NVGA, found that the Vocational Bureau of the Cincinnati
In 1925, the NVGA met in Cincinnati to spend 1 full day observing the
committee recommended that the new organization be called the NVGA.
That first NVGA convention had 274 participants, from 26 states;
At the organizing convention of NVGA, in 1913, the first officers
However, the 1952 NVGA
board of directors also wanted to maintain its own journal, a journal devoted to career counseling and career development.
In 1964, Henry Borow edited Man in a World at Work, the 50th anniversary volume of NVGA and the first NVGA decennial volume.
In 1974, Herr edited Vocational Guidance and Human Development, the second NVGA decennial volume.