2014-2015 Counseling Geek Financial Year In Review

2014-2015 Counseling Geek Financial Year In Review

…ted loosely “monetizing” this blog with affiliate ads from Amazon, I want to provide a brief yearly review of the ins and outs of The Counseling Geek. This analysis will be from July 1, 2014 to May 6th, 2015 (not because that is a year but this is when I have time to write it up).   What’s going out? The table below will show you the operating expenses (minus any personal gifts to things like #SC|CS15) of running this site: Item…

The Road to Naviance – A One Year Review

The Road to Naviance – A One Year Review

…t body and counseling departments. Official Geek Rating: Note: Jeff or The Counseling Geek is not sponsored by nor compensated by Naviance or it’s maker – Hobsons. While they are supporters of several scholarship donations – it is not tied to any review or endorsement by this blog or the writer. The blog author, Jeffrey Ream M.S, PPS, writes for The Counseling Geek. Connect with Jeff via email, Twitter, Google+, and Facebook….

Looking Back at 2014: A School Counselor’s Blog Post Year In Review

Looking Back at 2014: A School Counselor’s Blog Post Year In Review

As the 2014 year wraps up, like most bloggers – I want to spend a little time reviewing some of my favorite school counselor focused posts of the year. If you just started following this blog – this is a great opportunity to catch up on what you missed out on earlier this year. I also want to encourage you to go back into the archives and checkout some of the older posts. There are a lot of posts you may be interested in before 2014…

The Road to Naviance – Hitting Our Stride in Year 2

The Road to Naviance – Hitting Our Stride in Year 2

A three year review of Naviance Family Connection From a high school counselor perspective As we move into April, I figured it is about time to update a popular series of posts that I called The Road to Naviance. My district started down this road about three years ago (two of those in implementation) with initial grant funding, a lot of planning, and a gradual roll-out. It has been quite the journey through the years so far, but the journey co…

Follow-Up: My Interview Kit

Follow-Up: My Interview Kit

…view (and the cost factor), I decided to go the CD route for my digital portfolio and ended up buying some labels and disc jackets for one district (with more people). I spent ~$12 on both the CD labels and disk jackets, but it creates a professional looking product. Imagine if you just wrote your name on the CD with a Sharpie. I also used Avery’s website label developer to integrate the background from my portfolio onto the disc label

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