Strategies/resources for counseling first-generation students about college
ASCA’s position about the school counselor’s role to ensure all students have the opportunity to design a rigorous and relevant academic and career program preparing them to be college and career-ready.
Executive summary of ASCA’s National Model that outlines the framework for comprehensive school counseling programs.
Pocket Guide to implement college and career ready reforms including examples of state and and district-level innovations.
Provides counseling competencies for use by counselors working with and advocating for members of the multiracial population including interracial couples, multiracial families, and multiracial individuals, and transracial adoptess and families.
Advocacy documents and resources including strategies/guides for outreach to congress, counselor statistics, and funding sources
School counseling articles available to members in print or online, including:
It’s vital for students to learn the skills needed to be organized at school and in all other respects of life. Not only do we need to teach the skills, but we need to impart the societal value of organization and efficiency. This Resource Series publication contains a ready-to-implement intervention program complete with lesson plans, suggestions and reproducible materials so you can begin the task of improving student success through better organization.
Many individuals and organizations offer students guidance on researching and applying to universities in another country.
Understanding who these individuals and organizations are and what support they provide will help you make educated choices
about who can help you.