This self-paced, foundational program offers two-and-a-half hours of lively, engaging learning. It’s a comprehensive introduction to a subject that grows more important every day.
Financial Aid 101 includes seven easy-to-use learning modules packed with information on subjects like loans, grants, scholarships and work study available from public and private sources. The program features informative graphics and videos, as well as occasional quizzes to help you measure your progress.
Developed for entry-level professionals in either the counseling or admission field, this interactive course tackles the fundamental concepts and best practices on which you can build your professional knowledge base, expand your current skill set, and help further your career.
Learn More: https://www.nacacnet.org/professional-development/elearning/
Professional development for member states; series of online training modules with focus on low-income families/first-generation college students
Fact sheet and Resource Guide to help schools, colleges, teachers, and other personnel support the college and career success of undocumented and DACA youth in secondary and postsecondary settings.
Resources for low income,first generation, and minority students including mailings, messaging, and campaigns to help them apply for the right colleges.
Strategies/resources for counseling first-generation students about college
As the United States continues getting more multicultural, it’s more important than ever to develop your cultural competence. Focus on select components of the ASCA National Model to create an organized space within which to think about infusing cultural competence at your school. Learn practical steps toward becoming a culturally competent school counselor.
Training opportunities that can be brought directly to your location, available to ASCA members. ASCA can offer CEUs to all workshop attendees.
Topics offered include:
ASCA National Model training
RAMP Up Your School Counseling Program
Academic Counseling: Enhancing Motivation to Achieve
Data-Driven School Counseling: A Practitioner’s Blueprint
Dealing With High-Risk Students and Families
The Legal and Ethical Complications of Working with Minors in Schools
Management, Data, and Accountability
School Counseling Programs: How To
Technology Boot Camp: The World Wide Web for School Counselors
Using Data to Impact Student Achievement
Improving Intercultural Competence: School Counselors in Increasingly Multicultural Schools
Solution-Focused Counseling in Schools
Free workshops throughout the country in person or online to provide school counselors with most up-to-date information to help their students on the road to college and career success.
SREB’s Go Alliance Academy strives to increase the postsecondary success of all students by providing timely and relevant professional development to school counselors and by helping colleges of education transform the ways future counselors are trained.
A How-to Guide on Launching a College Application Week in Your State, with Case Studies of Successful College Application Week Programs