Follow-Up: My Interview Kit

Follow-Up: My Interview Kit

…kets, 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. I printed address labels with the title of the disc and my contact info to put on the jacket. I am pretty happy with the turn out. 3. Letters of Recommendation: I included the standard three letters in all of the…

Geekly Update – Follow TCG on Pinterest.com

Geekly Update – Follow TCG on Pinterest.com

Where My Pinterest Peeps 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…

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

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

…e best” approach (especially when they are free!). I think you may want to do the same and see which is best suited to your reading style. Follow by email: A little old fashioned but effective The third and last way to follow your favorite school counseling blogs is to sign up to follow by email. Most blogs will have an option to sign up to receive new posts in your email inbox when they are published. Best for people with a few favorite…

All About The “1 to 2” – A School Wide Program Focused on Studying

All About The “1 to 2” – A School Wide Program Focused on Studying

…accounts for new updates, info and re-posts from the top School Counseling info sources. Follows Facebook 2.2k Followers Twitter 3.3k Followers Google+ 179 Followers LinkedIn 401 Followers Pinterest 655 Followers YouTube 311 Followers RSS Many! Followers MailChimp 1k Followers Like 0 Likes If you want to get all the latest updates straight to your inbox – fill out the form below or on the homepage for emails with new posts (only emails…

Building A Better School Counseling Blog Series: Making It Happen

Building A Better School Counseling Blog Series: Making It Happen

…Press. You should go to the custom option and enter this: /%year%/%monthnum%/%postname%.html The steps for moving blogger are similar but you will need to download a specific plugin when you click Blogger in the import menu. Follow the directions as it tells you and just like WordPress – assign all your posts to your admin author. If you run into issues – see above*. Plugins – oh the plugins! One of the huge plusses of moving…

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#ASCA14 – ASCA Tips for the Noob

#ASCA14 – ASCA Tips for the Noob

…sions. So while I can only be in one at a time, I can follow along to a certain level with other sessions happening at the same time. This also helped me when I was not able to make it to a conference (Minneapolis) – I followed along from home and learned a ton plus got connected to great resources. If you are not on twitter yet, I cannot implore you enough to get on before #ASCA14. A great tutorial via Dr. Erin Mason and Danielle Schultz…

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

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

…m home! Tip 4: Join the conversation My fourth tip is to join the conversation through social media during and after #ASCA15 (that is the yearly conference hashtag). If you just search #ASCA15 in Twitter or Facebook, you can follow nearly any conference session you may not be able to be in.* This is great because many folks, especially on Twitter, will “live tweet” key points from different sessions – this way you can be in two…

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