Content Scheduled for the Fall 2022 Issue of LINK for Counselors

The Fall issue of LINK for Counselors will be published in October 2022. Here is the list of content scheduled for the issue:

The Common Data Set: A comprehensive admission and financial aid tool – By Carolyn Kost

The Digital SAT is About More than Mere Technology – By Evan Wessler

The Agreement of Creating a Safe Place – By Sonja Montiel and Hilary Bilbrey

How to Review a College Essay: Without a Red Pen – By Kim Lifton

Go For It! The Importance of Goal Setting – By Dawn Marie Barhyte

“Adulting” Includes Finding and Using Academic Resources on Campus: How Counselors Can Prime Their Students for Success – By Andrea Malkin Brenner

Careers to Consider: Intelligence Analysts and Specialists

Holistic Admissions Post Covid: What Counselors and Students Can Do to Ensure a Positive Review – By Nina Berler

Brief SEL Interventions – By Rebecca VanderMeulen (Theresa – Includes quote from Dr. Sandi Logan-McKibben, School Counseling Program Director at Sacred Heart University)

Ten Tips…That Might Help Busy Counselors More Efficiently and Effectively Handle College Admissions Tasks – By James Paterson (Theresa – includes quote from Mark B. Scholl, associate professor of

counseling at Wake Forest University)

College Credit in High School

College Anxiety: The Counselor’s Guide to Helping Students Chill

Accelerated Law Programs

COLLEGE FAIRS – List of Fairs – October – December 2022

SCHOLARSHIP WATCH – 10 Top Scholarships Available to Any Student


What Transfer Students Need – (Theresa – includes quote from Guiseppe Basili, Jack Kent Cooke Foundation executive director)

Transfer Central – (Theresa – includes quotes from Catherine Hartman, a research associate at the University of South Carolina and Jeffrey Mayo, assistant director of first-year experience at the University

of Texas at Austin)

Smooth Transfer Pathways – (Theresa – Mentioned George Mason University, Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, University of Arizona, San Juan College, Northern New Mexico College, and Florida International University(with quote from their President, Mark Rosenberg)

10 Famous People Who Transferred Colleges

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