Florida Advanced Guidance Counselor Workshop

September 29, 2015 9 a.m. -
ACSI Dunedin Office, 461 Plaza Dr., Suite C, Dunedin, FL 34698

Advanced Guidance Counselor Workshop

This workshop will briefly address basic guidance duties, as well as the challenges counselors often encounter.  Specific emphasis will be placed on organization of the guidance office/materials, college planning, professional development, personal counseling, testing, and academic counseling.  A time to address and share questions and best practices will be included.  This workshop is intended for the more seasoned guidance counselor.    


$49/person for members; $59/person for non-members.


Space is limited.  ACSI members can register for this event through the link above.  Non-members can e-mail member_servicesfl@acsi.org for more information on how to register for this event. 


Lunch will be on your own, but we do have a local cafe recommendation within walking distance.  If you have further questions, feel free to call us at 727-734-7096 or e-mail member_servicesfl@acsi.org.

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