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  • thank you miss foreman! you've always been my favorite teacher!... I will keep in contact with you. thank you for your support.
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  • You've provided many details, photos, and explanations that demonstrate the variety of tasks, people, and settings for school counselors. Your presentation shows that it is a varied, challenging, rewarding career. Great visuals and professional narration. We could just use a glimpse at the salaries. Good work! --DForeman
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  • 1. JOB DESCRIPTION:
    • Help students make personal, school, and job choices
    • 2. Use interviews, tests, counseling, and other tools to help decide student needs
    • 3. Help students deal with social, and personal problems
    • 4. Talk to teachers, psychologists, nurses, and social workers to get information to help students
    • 5. Work in offices for schools, colleges, and universities
    • 6. Use school, health and job records, tests, training programs, and classroom guidance materials
  • JOB MAKE OR PRODUCE OR PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:
    • Assist students with behavioral, social, emotional challenges.
    • 7. Confidentiality
  • THE ENVIRONMENT OF THIS JOB IS:
    • work predominantly in schools
    • 8. a private practice or maintain an independent advisor or consultant berth
    • 9. usually work in an office where they see clients throughout the day.
  • TYPICAL WORK DAY:
    • start private practices
    • 10. may counsel out of their homes or rented office spaces
    • 11. such a wide variety of tasks inherent in the job description that it never felt routinized
  • JOB SATISFACTION:
    • Helping kids overcome their problems
    • 12. With experience nice paid salary
    • 13. pleasant working conditions
    • 14. having a private office
    • 15. Miller says that watching this growth, and becoming part of that process as a counselor, is one of the most exciting and rewarding aspects of her job.
  • REQUIRED PREPARATORY EDUCATION:
    • Some states require public school counselors to have both counseling and teaching certificates.
    • 16. Counseling & Student Services
  • YEARS AND LEVELS OF EDUCATION, DEGREES:
    • Gather information from schools offering associate degree programs or bachelor degree programs in counseling or any type of program you are currently interested in
    • 17. find out if you are interested in a social service type of career, like school counseling,
    • 18. volunteering organizations who work with children or young adults
    • 19. you will need to have a Master's degree
    • School-Counselor.org
    • 20. https://actapps.act.org/eDISCOVER/1_1.jsp;jsessionid=9794fa8a30e2bb6311d9f49b4db78bd4a0e335311b46.e38PbN0Sc3eKb40Ma3mPchiSahuRe6fznA5Pp7ftolbGmkTy.4
  • PRENTED BY: Ja’Mez Bodie