Guest Post: History of School Counseling – A Timeline
Jun20

Guest Post: History of School Counseling – A Timeline

…d differentiate those who are certified counselors. The History of Counseling examines how counseling techniques and the overall profession have evolved throughout the last few centuries, leading us to the counseling practices and techniques we know and use today. Check it out here!   Editorial note: I tend to not post many guest entries on my blog, but this was one that I found interesting and figured you all would too. Hope you enjoy ~TCG…

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Mistakes to avoid on your resume or CV [Guest Post]
Feb23

Mistakes to avoid on your resume or CV [Guest Post]

…st, written from the perspective of an elementary school counselor. http://www.elementaryschoolcounseling.org/1/post/2013/03/school-counseling-job-market-linky-party.html Recommended relevant reads: What Color Is Your Parachute? 2014: A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers CV Handbook: A curriculum vitae owner’s manual Author Bio: This is a guest post by Sarah Brooks from best people search. She is a Houston based freelance…

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Guest Post: 5 Tips to Stand Out on LinkedIn
Apr20

Guest Post: 5 Tips to Stand Out on LinkedIn

…nt tools to locate viable employees. You can tailor your profile to market yourself effectively to these recruitment tools. For example, if you succinctly detail your last three jobs in a professional format which showcases your skills, you can attract a greater number of recruiters towards your profile. This post was created by Allanah Murphy and is a guest post on The Counseling Geek. You can contact Allanah at [email protected]

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Guest Post: The Best Apps for Helping Your College Search
Mar12

Guest Post: The Best Apps for Helping Your College Search

Guest Post by Alexis Bonari of www.collegescholarships.org The Best Apps for Helping Your College Search Technology is a great ally in your search for the perfect college and the scholarships to help fund it. Of course, the Internet is a great way to research opportunities and to find the information you need, and there are many sites that offer you great databases and other tools. However, there are  many apps that can help you to manage…

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Guest Post: February is Financial Aid Awareness Month = FAFSA
Feb03

Guest Post: February is Financial Aid Awareness Month = FAFSA

Guest Post from Susan McCrackin Senior Director of Financial Aid Methodology at the College Board FAFSA. Five letters that change lives for millions of students across the country. This year’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is here. Because government grants compose 74 percent of the $185 billion financial aid pool, it’s no surprise that FAFSA is a source of stressfor students and their families. It doesn’t hav…

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Building A Better School Counseling Blog Series: Making It Happen
Aug05

Building A Better School Counseling Blog Series: Making It Happen

Time to pack up and move your school counseling blog In the last post, The First Steps in the Building A Better School Counseling Blog Series, we looked at some of the needed foundations for moving your free school counseling blog to one that allows you more freedom. In this post – we will look at what it looks like to actually pack up and move your old school counseling blog (whether on Blogger or WordPress.com). We will take a general o…

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Looking Back at 2014: A School Counselor’s Blog Post Year In Review
Dec31

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

…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! I hope each of you had a gr…

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Don’t suffer from Post-ASCA Depression – there is a cure!
Jul11

Don’t suffer from Post-ASCA Depression – there is a cure!

…Orlando? Find yourself looking forward to July 2015? If so – you are not alone. This phenomenon is called Post-ASCA Depression Syndrome (or PADS) and there is a cure. This cure is available in the form of #SCCHAT on Twitter. To get involved or get more info on this counselor saving tool – please contact your nearest Geek and visit http://scope4scs.org/scchat/ Suffer from Post-ASCA Depression? There is a cure! from TheCounselingGeek on…

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