Student Members Needed as Section Editors for Carolina Counselor (NCCA Newsletter)

Dear NCCA Student Members,

NCCA is re-inventing the Carolina Counselor and needs your help!  The Carolina Counselor is the official newsletter of the North Carolina Counseling Association.  It is published electronically 3-4 times a year.  NCCA is seeking student members to serve as Section Editors for the Carolina Counselor.  Section Editors will serve one-year terms with consideration for a one-year extension.

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ASCA 2012 School Counseling Webinar Series

Dear Professional School Counseling Students,

The American School Counselor Association is offering a series of FREE webinars through the end of 2012.  I recently attended (8/16) the session titled, “The ASCA National Model:  How is the New Edition Different?”.  The registration process was easy and the session was very informative.  Stay on top of the latest and greatest in Professional School Counseling by attending one or more of these webinars.  My understanding is that you do not have to be a member to register.

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Conference and Scholarship Opportunity

Attention Counseling Students! 

Posted below is information concerning an exciting scholarship and conference opportunity. Please click on this link to access the official brochure:Conference Brochure  Click on this link for the student scholarship application and conference registration form: Student Scholarship Application/Conference Registration formThe application deadline is September 14th by noon!

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Graduate Student Scholarship Opportunity through NCCDA

Graduate Students,

The North Carolina Career Development Association (NCCDA) is comprised of professionals engaged in the field of career counseling and development. NCCDA is organized and governed in accordance with the by-laws of the National Career Development Association. NCCDA is a division of the North Carolina Counseling Association.

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Calling All Alumni: Graduate Student Committee Searching for 60 Additional Mentors

Graduate Student Committee Searching for 60 Additional Mentors.

Alumni, are you interested in helping beginning counseling students to navigate the professional world of counseling? Click on the link above to volunteer to be a mentor to a counseling students. Mentors are required to have a master’s degree in counseling and at least two years of counseling-related experience.

CACREP Site Visit 2012

The Counseling Programs will have a site visit from representatives of the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Education Programs (CACREP) October 7-10, 2012. The site team will be interested in speaking with alumni and current students. Stay tuned for more information.