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Author: Jason Bullock

What Should Your Students do this Summer to Prepare?

This summer is a great time for your students to organize and prepare for their Senior Years. Here are some Summer Checklist tips courtesy of Sandy Ubriaco, Counselor at Queen’s Grant High School: Get your FSA ID so you’re ready to fill out the FAFSA in October Work on your College Essay- common app prompts Read More

Scheduling Team Secrets for Counselors Revealed!

Ashley Rose recently posted a very nice Google Slides Presentation on Scheduling Team Secrets in the High School Counselor Resources Group on Facebook. The presentation includes information on the pre-scheduling phase as well as the 8 scheduling phases. Here is a link to the entire slide presentation: Scheduling Slide Presentation She also includes a link Read More

20 Fun Remote Jobs for Generation Z

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Gen Z represents over 20% of the US population, and by 2030, is projected to account for 30% of the US workforce. As a growing pool of Gen Z candidates enter a workforce shaped by the pandemic, work-life balance and job flexibility remain top priorities. In fact, 72% Read More

Scholarship Available to Your Students

The Water Damage Professionals Scholarship Program” WaterDamageProfessionals.org is a well-respected water damage restoration company with a commitment to education and community programs. We are a veteran-owned business that helps local homeowners experiencing emergency restoration services caused by water, fire, or significant trauma.  As a former teacher, I am also very dedicated to helping students achieve Read More

State Certification Requirements for High School Counselors

Each state has slightly different requirements for Counselors. Most public school systems require advanced-degree courses that include the following topics: Human growth and development Theories Individual counseling Group counseling Social and cultural foundations Testing/appraisal Research and program evaluation Professional orientation Career development Supervised practicum Supervised internship The American School Counselor Association has published a summary Read More

Often Overlooked College Preparation Steps

Studying, practicing and taking the ACT and/or SAT examinations, preparing college admission essays, reviewing scholarship applications and completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) are the standard steps students and the parents or guardians complete when they are preparing for college. Following are some additional ideas to consider while you are completing high Read More

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