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NACAC’s top 10 read blogs of 2018

NACAC is a great resource for Counselors. They just put together a list of their top 10 read blogs of 2018. We wanted to share them with you in case you missed them. Saving High School Admission Visits Plagued by low attendance when college reps visit your school? Specialized College Topics could be the saving Read More

Online Guides Available for Counselors who might be exploring getting a Master’s or Doctorate Degree in Curriculum & Instruction

Building a healthy academic system for our students begins with an exceptional effort from educational professionals. Their dedication to studying communication techniques, technology, and curriculum design yields a great result in the success of students inside and beyond the classroom. The significant value of these individuals is reflected in the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ projection Read More

State-By-State Mandates for Counselors

While mandates concerning school counselors vary from state to state, schools increasingly are recognizing the crucial role that counselors fulfill for students throughout their education. Demand is increasing, but the supply of counseling personnel to fill these position within the U.S. education system is decreasing. Job Outlook for School Counselors The Bureau of Labor Statistics Read More

Online Education Guides available

More students are considering getting their college education’s online. The cost is much lower and they have a lot more flexibility for work, where they live, etc. recently surveyed 1,800 college administrators and students about their experience in online education to better understand current trends in distance learning. Here is a brief summary of Read More

Free personality test assessment for your students

The Jung Personality Test is offered free by Typology Central at this link: This free personality test uniquely combines two powerful systems for evaluating personality type – Jungian Cognitive Functions and Personality Dichotomies. It is based on research originally conducted by Dr. Carl Jung in the early 1900’s that has been enhanced and built upon Read More

Tips your students can use when meeting with Admissions Officers (or anyone else)

The Wall Street Journal recently published an article, “The Mistakes You Make in a Meetng’s First Milliseconds”. There are some great tips that your students should use when first meeting someone. A happy expression, with the corners of the mouth turned upward and eyebrows relaxed, is likely to inspire trust, research shows. People teamed in Read More

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