10 Insanely Easy Ways to Infuse Technology in Your School Counseling Program

10 Insanely Easy Ways to Infuse Technology in Your School Counseling Program

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Fundraising Update: Thank you to our supporters so far!

Fundraising Update: Thank you to our supporters so far!

…and opened up so many opportunities to collaborate with great colleagues. An generous yet anonymous donor has also contributed at the Bronze level. Thank you for supporting school counselors! We could not do it without your support. Please support our sponsors and say thank you! I will be featuring some of our great sponsors and their sites/programs in upcoming blog posts as a thank you to donating to helping counselors out. The blog author,…

Mission Scholarship – Support Me Sending School Counselors to ASCA 2014

Mission Scholarship – Support Me Sending School Counselors to ASCA 2014

Last year you helped me raise enough money to help send Megan Kelly to ASCA 2013 in Philadelphia, PA by helping her with the registration consts and you can read about her experience here. This year, I am upping the ante – I want to raise enough funds to send two counselors to ASCA 2014 in Orlando, FL. That means my goal is to reach at least $700 by January 31 ($349 per registration for ASCA members). I know that many of you pay for for…

School Counselor Central and SC|CS 2016 Team Up To Raise Funds

School Counselor Central and SC|CS 2016 Team Up To Raise Funds

…, March 10, 2015 5 PM Eastern Time Click Here to Register Join this webinar to understand how a Director of K12 School Counseling was able to: * Demonstrate how non-school counseling activities don’t assist students. * Support the response to intervention initiative through different levels of delivery activities. * Create and align lessons to national standards. * Report reasons for meeting with students to use in team, child study or…

ANFSCD: Moment of Self Reflection

ANFSCD: Moment of Self Reflection

…nals on site who knew exactly what to do with students and I was most likely the least trained of the group in grief/loss, but feel like because I was the counselor on site, should have taken more of a direct role in student support. Has anyone else been in a similar situation or spot? I think we all fell into good places as a team and the students were well supported, but thinking forward to the next situation – I wonder where my place…

Driving Change Starts with You – #SC|CS16

Driving Change Starts with You – #SC|CS16

…ivity. Getting one can often spur the recipient into searching more out to make their goal a reality. Almost more importantly, in the instance of SC|CS 2016, receiving a scholarship can create momentum to seek out additional support from employers or other avenues to cover the remainder of the cost of ASCA 2016.   [/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column]

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Read: Insight from Awesome School Counselors – Interview & Applicant Essentials

Read: Insight from Awesome School Counselors – Interview & Applicant Essentials

…ary training.” – Anna Purcell What does a well prepared candidate look like to you? What are the key items in an application/interview packet that you would like to see or know? “Have a plan and be ready to support that plan with the use of data that expresses the needs of the school community.” – Jeremy Goldman “A prepared candidate includes pertinent and current information that specifically speaks to the…

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