Follow-Up: My Interview Kit

Follow-Up: My Interview Kit

…or to the interview (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…

Geekly Update – Follow TCG on Pinterest.com

Geekly Update – Follow TCG on Pinterest.com

…At? For those of you that are avid “pinners” or perhaps are wondering what that means, you can now follow The Counseling Geek on Pinterest. I will be adding articles, research pieces, websites, blogs, new technology, info-graphics, and high tech activities. I will follow you back if you add me because I love sharing just as much as receiving. Click on the logo below to head to my Pin Page! The blog author, Jeffrey Ream M.S,…

Following Your Favorite School Counselor Blogs – Feedly, Bloglovin, and Email

Following Your Favorite School Counselor Blogs – Feedly, Bloglovin, and Email

…Pocket is a tool to help you save sites you want to read later and I love it! If you are looking for a clean, supported, and easy to use reader – give feedly a try! I believe you will be pleased with the experience. Bloglovin: Another popular reading tool     If feedly is not quite for you – there are quite a few school counselors out there that use Bloglovin to follow their favorite school counseling bloggers. Using the same RSS fee…

#ASCA14 – ASCA Tips for the Noob

#ASCA14 – ASCA Tips for the Noob

…Dr. Erin Mason and Danielle Schultz at www.scope4scs.org is linked to here. While at home or ASCA this year, to follow the happenings, there are two key hashtags: #ASCA14 and #scchat. Both of these will hit trending status during the several days on Twitter and be ready to get educated! Don’t worry though – these tweets stick around after the fact so you can refer back or catch up later.  Tip 3: Get Networking Networking at profession…

5 (more) Top ASCA Tips for the Noob 2.0 – #ASCA15

5 (more) Top ASCA Tips for the Noob 2.0 – #ASCA15

…~$12-16 per ride (can split cost if you have more than 1 in your party) one way Get the Uber app to get picked up. About a 20 minute drive Tip 3: Download the app! Each year, ASCA’s conference app gets better and better. The app this year, the app is already released so you can start reviewing sessions, add the ones that make the cut to your personal schedule, and follow the social happenings through Facebook and Twitter*! There is also a…

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