Guess what? I started a Teachers Pay Teachers store. Come check it out and be sure to follow me there for all the latest updates and products!
During #ASCA17 in Denver – accept the Great Coffee Challenge and donate one or more days of your Starbucks to support school counselors via SC|CS.
Rick Trow, maker of The Career Game, is generously offering to donate to SC|CS 2016 this year. We are very happy to connect you with his resource for career development. Please be sure to see the last section of this post to ensure you order correctly and your portion will be counted towards the donation.
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. Help fellow counselors find this momentum by donating to and sharing SC|CS 2016 today.
Access cool tech tools AND support school counselor scholarships!
Carol and I want to encourage you to check out an upcoming webinar held by School Counselor Central and to share that Deb from SCC has pledged to donate an additional $2 for every new individual subscription to SCC between March 10th and May 10th. SCC has already been the first donor to the 2016 donation drive but is not stopping there!
In case you did not notice – the School Counselor Community Scholarship (#SCCS15) app is now taking submissions.
This year, The Counseling Geek is teaming up The Middle School Counselor (Carol Miller) to up the ante even higher. I believe that through community donations and partnerships with sponsors – we can raise at least 5 full scholarships ($1,750) for the 2015 conference in Phoenix, AZ.
I want to thank all the counselors, supervisors, and grad students who took the time to create a submission for this scholarship – the results were pretty great and made my job difficult. I really wish I could have given it to all of you, but I had to narrow it down and did my best to do so.
The most important thing is that you all have used something new and have created tools that many can use (including yourself!). I hope that this challenged you and that you gained some knowledge and confidence in yourself. Do not be afraid to strike out, start over, and struggle through something – that is called learning and that is what we ask students to do each and every day.