College Knowledge for Counselors
College Knowledge for Counselors is an annual professional development conference designed to provide counselors, administrators, and other educators with innovative ideas of creating a college-going culture in Arizona's middle and high schools. This conference showcases a host of subject areas with experts who are prepared to discuss the the actionable strategies that we, as an academic community, can utilize the time and resources already available to prepare all youth for a bright future. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Early Academic Outreach is offering a series of professional development zoom workshops for middle and high school counselors and educators at no cost.
Please contact Leo Corrales, Graduate Assistant for College Knowledge Initiatives, if you have any questions.
Click on a workshop below to expand the page and register for each workshop. We hope you will join us in the live conference sessions, but if your schedule does not allow for you to participate in a particular workshop, come back to this website and access a recorded session.
Friday, April 2, 11am-12pm | Engaging School Counselors in Advocacy for the Profession and Students | Anna Cicero & Vanessa Perry
Wednesday, April 7, 3-4pm | The Value of Near-Peer College Advising: A spotlight on Advise AZ | Representatives of AdviseAZ
Wednesday, April 14, 3-4pm | Holistic Well-Being: A basis for student programming in the Native American Science & Engineering Program (NASEP) | Carol Seanez
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