"As most of you know, the trending Netflix series "13 Reasons Why," based on a young adult novel of the same name, is raising some questions and concerns about mental health and suicide. The series revolves around 17-year-old Hannah Baker, who takes her own life and leaves behind audio recordings for 13 people she says were in some way part of why she killed herself. Each tape recounts painful events in which one or more of the 13 individuals played a role."
The Spring Edition of the NJSCA Counselor News is now available:
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President’s Message by Dana Karas
Addressing Career Development Through Technology Literacy by Claire Brantley & Anna Rigg
Crayons to Careers: A K-12 Approach to College and Career Readiness by Linda Binion
Promoting Success for Pregnant Teens and Teen Mothers by Natalie F. Spencer, Angel Riddick Dowden and Shirlene Smith Augustine
College and Career Readiness of Student Athletes by Paul Harris
Concurrent Enrollment: Linking College Dual Credit to High School Completion by Regina J. Williams
Top Occupations, 2014-24 by Bureau of Labor Statistics
This year’s conference will highlight issues and outcomes that you – a school counselor – assume and address in helping students and their families prepare future academic or career goals. This professional day of renewal provides a full day of retreat on our beautiful campus, where you can network with colleagues and reinforce your skills through professional development workshops, sessions and program showcases designed to be informative, inspiring and memorable.
The NJSCA Spring Conference was Friday, March 31, 2017.
Location: North Avenue Academic Building, a brand new facility, on the campus of Kean University in Union, NJ.
The School Counselor intern guide provides School Counselor interns, new School Counselors, counselor educator site supervisors, and school supervisors of School Counselors a resource document to help new staff become acclimated at a school site.