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You’re Hired, Now What? Lessons from Counselor Educators and Leaders [Ondemand Recording]

Thu, Aug 9, 2018 1:00 PM EDT{LOCAL_TZ}

You’re Hired, Now What? Lessons from Counselor Educators and Leaders [Ondemand Recording]

Thu, Aug 9, 2018 1:00 PM EDT

Less than 10% of all graduate programs provide instruction in college advising and college admission.  This session will highlight advice, support, and valuable recommendations from leading counselor educators and practitioners.

60 minutes CEU: 0.1

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Patrick O’Connor, Ph.D, Associate Dean of College Counseling
Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School in Metropolitan Detriot

Patrick O’Connor is associate dean of college counseling at Cranbrook Schools in metropolitan Detroit.  The first in his family to graduate from college, Dr. O’Connor has written six books on college counseling, including College is Yours 2.0, and serves on the board of directors of The Common Application, and the Michigan College Access Network.  He writes weekly columns about college and school counseling for HS Counselor Week, and currently serves as a School Ambassador Fellow for the US Department of Education.  He holds five college degrees.

Dr. Ken Sanders,  Associate Professor
Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, GA

Department Chair at Clark Atlanta University, is a Certified School Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor, and Registered Play Therapist. His professional background includes work as a Middle School Teacher, Middle and High School Counselor,  and District Administrator (Coordinator of School Counseling Services, Director of Learning Support, and Executive Director of Operations).  His primary research and presentation area is school counseling program development. He has a PhD in Counselor Education & Supervision from Auburn University, M.A., School Counseling, University of West Georgia, and B.A, Middle Grades Education , Clark Atlanta University.

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