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College Planning Calendar: March 2024

Stay on top of the college planning process with our monthly College Planning Calendar for counselors, students, and parents. Happy March planning!

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Special Appreciation for You During National School Counseling Week 2024

National School Counseling Week is a good time to show counselors some much-deserved appreciation. These grateful students agree—see what they have to say!

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College Planning Calendar: February 2024

February is packed with important deadlines, events, webinars, and more. Keep students on top of it all using this month's College Planning Calendar!

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How Counselors Can Combat and Prevent Bullying in School Communities

It's important for counselors to be equipped with adult allies who prevent bullying in their school communities. Here's what you need to know about stepping in.

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Senior Assistant Editor, CollegeXpress

College Planning Calendar: October 2023

Nothing is spookier than not being ready for college! Use our October College Planning Calendar to beat the admission season scaries with your students.

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College Planning Calendar: September 2023

A brand-new academic year has officially begun, and there’s a ton of planning to do. Get started with this month’s College Planning Calendar!

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Sweet Shoutouts From Students for National School Counseling Week 2023

To celebrate National School Counseling Week, we asked students why they appreciate their school counselors. Read some of their special responses here!

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Best Practices and Advice for Writing College Recommendation Letters

Recommendation letters are important in college admission—especially counselor recommendations. Here's some advice on writing them for your students.

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Founder and Lead Counselor, NEPA Career and College Counseling Associates

5 Important Questions to Ask Your Counselor About the College Search

Connecting with your school counselor during the college search is important to get the info you need. Here are five questions to ask them about the process.

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CollegeXpress Student Writers

6 Reasons to Put in Effort With Counselors and Teachers

High school and college students should be meeting with counselors and teachers regularly. Reluctant to start? Here are six reasons to change your mind!

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Writer & Editor-in-Chief, Classrooms.com

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