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College Board Counselor Summer Institute - On Demand

Preparing Students for College Exploration, Application and Decision Making [RECORDING]

This session provides the tools and frameworks to use in establishing and supporting college awareness, enrollment and success programs in their schools. 

Navigating the Changing Landscape of Highly Competitive College Admission [RECORDING]

Applications to selective colleges have skyrocketed over the past decade. Four seasoned deans of admission will discuss many of the changes in the landscape of college admission and will offer counselors suggestions to best prepare their students to be competitive in this challenging process.

Help Me Help You: School Counselor/Principal Collaboration [RECORDING]

Learn how to build an effective partnership between school counselors and administrators. This discussion between Katherine Pastor, 2016 National School Counselor of the Year, and her Principal will highlight the strategies they’ve used to develop a partnership for the success of their school community.

School Profiles and Letters of Recommendation: The Counselor’s Power in the Application [RECORDING]

This session will focus on two areas of the college application review process that are directly in the control of the counselor. By the end of the session counselors will dive into the do’s and don'ts of a comprehensive counselor letter of recommendation, examine the key components of well-crafted school profile, and understand how colleges use the school profile when making admissions decisions.

Using Data to Increase College and Career Readiness: “Data is Not a Four-Letter Word” [RECORDING]

As leaders in schools, counselors must develop a strategic plan to deliver services that have impact on student outcomes. This session presents research-based strategies to assess your school’s college readiness using PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, and AP data. Participants will develop strategies for creating an action plan, teaming with colleagues, and implementing a school-wide program to increase college and career readiness.

You are as Good as the Information You Know: Creating a Toolkit to Establish Your Professional Network [RECORDING]

A strong professional network is a great resource for meaningful college and career readiness activities and interventions in your school. This session will provide the necessary steps to creating a professional network, and will end with a discussion that encourages participants to ask questions, share resources and discuss ideas.    

Moving from Good to Great: Transitions from Middle to High School, High School to Post-Secondary, and Beyond [RECORDING]

Moving from Good to Great: Transitions from Middle to High School, High School to Post-Secondary, and Beyond
Description: Middle school, high school and college admissions counselors discuss successful transition practices and will conclude with a question and answer session between the panelists and attendees. 

Navigating the College Admission Process: Financial Aid Is Everybody’s Business [RECORDING]

This presentation will focus on why Financial Aid must be an vital part of a great college counselor’s advising practice. By the end the session counselors will explore and better understand the importance of FINANCIAL AID in their college advising practices, learn strategies to help students, families, and school administrators better understand the FINANCIAL AID process, examine methods to help students choose the college that is the best FINANCIAL AID fit.

Optimizing High Tech/High Touch Tools for College & Career Readiness [RECORDING]

Time management is a necessary skill for counselors. This session will review high tech tools and resources that make it easier to manage your time and assist your students.

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