Career Resources

Looking to get a start in School Counseling? Already a counselor and want to further your education? I’ve got resources for both below! I have also sprinkled in some survival guides as well. We all have needed them at some point 🙂 If you have any further questions about school counseling, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We are a community and are excited to welcome you & help in any way that we can!  

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9-12 Resources

High School- it can be either a great or terrible experience for students. It is a very tough microcosm to navigate for young adults who are having trouble fitting in. As counselors we need to be hyper-aware of what is happening in the hallways and how we can make our school a safe place for every student. Whether it be tackling academic, mental health, or general behavior problems, school counselors have a lot on their plate. The most important thing […]

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7-8 Resources

Middle School can often be a transformative time for many students! It is the time when they are growing into themselves and discovering who they want to be in the future. Whether it be finding subjects they are passionate about,  joining organized sports, or joining clubs they are enthusiastic about, there are many opportunities children have to identify what makes them unique. It is our job as counselors to ensure that students feel supported throughout this journey, but as always […]

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K-6 Resources

When you are a school counselor, every day is an adventure fulls of new both achievements and challenges. The most important thing you can do is utilize every resource possible when you are feeling stumped by a difficult situation. For those who work in elementary schools, I find that these three sites are incredibly helpful! Because you work with such young minds, there are certain tactics or methods that may be more effective than those used by counselors for older […]

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Favorite School Counselor Blogs

Because I am younger than most my colleagues, I am eager to sit down and learn about their experiences. I also look forward to hearing the lessons they have learned throughout their experience in education. This thirst for knowledge led me to be very active online, seeking out blogs of other school counselors. I find that reading these blogs are very similar to the conversations I often have with my coworkers, which I find particularly fascinating. If you are a […]

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