College and Career Strategies School Counselors can Promote for ALL Students in ALL Grade Levels
02.19.2020 | 1:30p.m.
Stacy M. Van Horn, Ph.D. and Renee J. Hudson, ED.S., MSW
Career development conversations occur everyday with students of all ages and backgrounds. This webinar will discuss practical ways that school counselors, or any counselor who works with school-aged individuals, can facilitate career and college readiness at all grade levels.
Certified School Career Development Advisor (CSCDA) - for providers who work with other staff in the K-12 sector to coordinate the design, implementation, and monitoring of school and community based efforts to improve the chances of students entering the job market with skills, knowledge, and credentials to be competitive.
Webinar Goals- By attending this 1-hour training, attendees will:
1. Participants will review developmental career theories and discuss how each addresses particular needs of children and adolescents.
2. Participants will be able to identify at least one career intervention/strategy that can be incorporated into an elementary, middle and high school setting to meet career and college readiness standards.
3. Participants will be able to recognize at least 3 ways that professional school counselors can integrate career development into a comprehensive, developmental school counseling program.
4. Participants will learn about the NCDA Credential for School Counselors and identify at least one benefit to exploring this advanced professional credential.
About the Presenters:
Dr. Stacy Van Horn is currently an Associate Lecturer and full-time faculty member at the University of Central Florida in the Counselor Education and School Psychology Program. She serves as the School Counseling Program Coordinator, the Coordinator of the Graduate Career Counseling Certificate, and was selected as one of the “2017 UCF Woman Making History” by the Executive Board of UCF’s Center for Success of Women Faculty.
Renee Hudson has more than 9 years of experience advising and educating individuals on the various aspects of career development. She is currently a Professional School Counselor for Orange County Public Schools and has provided career advising to students and parents both at the school and district level. Her experience extends to working with undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Central Florida and mother's facing homelessness within the Central Florida community.