Counselors' Corner is where you can find events, resources, opportunities and information not officially sponsored by MASCA, but which may be of general interest to the counseling community.

You may also link to our REQUESTS page to view requests made by the greater counseling community, including information about research studies in which school counselors my be interested in participating.

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  • 27 Jun 2018 10:00 AM | Jean Atwater-Williams (Administrator)

    Excellence Through Social Emotional Learning (exSEL) Network
    NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

    We know success in school and life depends on more than academic ability alone. Research shows social-emotional skills have a significant impact on students' academic performance and persistence in school, as well as their lifelong health, wealth, and well-being.

    Is your district ready to make social-emotional learning (SEL) a critical part of every school day? Apply now to join the Excellence through Social Emotional Learning (exSEL) Network for the 2018-2019 school year!

    The exSEL Network—and its partners the Rennie Center and Transforming Education—will work together to gain critical insight on how to support students' social and emotional development through changes in policy and practice at the district, school, and classroom levels. Participants will have the option to engage in deeper data analysis work, using existing academic and behavioral indicators to guide their SEL efforts while developing new and effective strategies for measuring student progress.

    All Massachusetts school districts are eligible to join the exSEL Network. Districts are expected to contribute $10,000 to help offset the total cost of these services. Our request for applications form includes guidance and suggestions on funding sources. To apply, please follow the format outlined in the form
    Applications are due August 3.

     

     

    APPLY NOW

     

     

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  • 25 Jun 2018 7:48 AM | Jean Atwater-Williams (Administrator)

    MassEdCO is excited to be partnering with MEFA on this informative webinar regarding their U.Plan Prepaid Tuition Progam.  Please register here:

    https://www.mefa.org/events/the-massachusetts-u-plan-prepaid-tuition-program/

    The Massachusetts U.Plan Prepaid Tuition Program

    www.mefa.org

    New to the U.Plan Prepaid Tuition Program? This webinar will cover: • The powerful money-saving benefits of the U.Plan, including locking in today’s tuition prices • How your savings will grow even if your child attends college out of state • The easy steps to enrollment Please contact MEFA at info@mefa.org if you need live …


  • 13 Jun 2018 12:43 PM | Jean Atwater-Williams (Administrator)

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    Dear Friend,

    The Consulate General of Canada in Boston invites you to a college fair in Newton, MA.

    The event will be held on Tuesday, September 25th, 2018. Representatives from Canadian institutions will be present to answer questions about their colleges, tuitions, application processes and more.

    Come out and learn why over 12,000 Americans are studying in Canada.

    Canadian College Fairs

    Tuesday, September 25, 2018

    7:00-9:00pm

    Boston Marriott Newton

    2345 Commonwealth Avenue

    Newton, MA 02466

    Tel: 617-969-1000

    http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/bosnt-boston-marriott-newton/

    Light refreshments will be provided.

    Please RSVP to Marc.Jacques@international.gc.ca



                                


  • 13 Jun 2018 12:33 PM | Jean Atwater-Williams (Administrator)
    CollegeBoard
     
    2018 Counselor Workshops
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    Dear Colleague,

    As the school year closes, I want to thank you for your dedication to student success. I appreciate the work you do and hope you’re looking forward to a well-deserved break this summer.

    As a former school counselor, I’m committed to providing you with free and convenient professional development opportunities to learn about College Board programs and to receive resources to support your work with students. Please join us for a workshop to learn about:
    Updates to the AP® Program
    The SAT® Suite of Assessments and the upgraded K–12 Score Reporting Portal
    SAT School Day opportunities
    Fee waiver program enhancements
    I understand that your busy schedule may keep you from attending a face-to-face workshop, so please browse our online offerings. I’m excited to share that you’ll receive CEUs for attending both on-site and online workshops.

    Have a great summer, and don’t forget to register. See you in the fall.

    Sincerely,

    Lorraine Hastings
    Vice President, Counselor Community Engagement
    The College Board
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  • 22 May 2018 6:08 PM | Jean Atwater-Williams (Administrator)

    2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR

    To: High School Seniors

    Re: Chester E. Goodfield Scholarship

    One or more scholarships may be given each year in memory of Chester E. Goodfield of Hardwick, Massachusetts, a long time dairyman and community and civic leader.  Any resident of Massachusetts is encouraged to apply for this $1,000.00 scholarship under the following guide lines:

    • Well qualified high school seniors are eligible for this scholarship, but preference will be given to students that have successfully completed at least one year of study in a 2 or 4 year degree granting program.
    • Selection is based on academic standing and leadership qualities displayed in present and prior years.
    • Preference will be given to students majoring in production agriculture, agri-business, forestry, or the environmental or biological sciences. 
    • The recipient of the Scholarship will be notified prior to the Hardwick Agricultural Fair and will be awarded at the Hardwick Fair, the third weekend in August.

    The scholarship deadline is July 1, 2018.  The application may be downloaded HERE.  

    For more information you may call or e-mail Robert Bottomley at 413-477-6518 or bottomley1@comcast.net.  You may also write to P.O. Box 16, Hardwick Massachusetts 01037.  The Paige Agricultural Trustees of Hardwick will make the final decision.  The scholarship will be paid directly to the student.  


  • 20 Apr 2018 4:03 PM | Jean Atwater-Williams (Administrator)

    Please join the Massachusetts Health Council for

    Our Kids and Drugs of Misuse: Nicotine, Marijuana and Opioids
    Tuesday, May 22, 2018 | 9:30 - 2:30 pm
    Bentley University, Waltham, MA

    Hear from national health and policy experts discussing the risks, trends and realities surrounding these activities and substances.

    CLICK HERE for additional information and registration.




  • 01 Apr 2018 8:53 AM | Jean Atwater-Williams (Administrator)


    A new film created to open up the conversation about anxiety, and provide tools, resources & hope.

    (Appropriate for ages 10 and up.)

    Followed by Q&A with Jon Mattleman and a MYM Young Adult Speaker

    Thursday, May 17
    7:00PM - 8:30PM
    Newton South High School
    Newton Centre, MA

    FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

    Register Here

  • 18 Mar 2018 9:56 AM | Jean Atwater-Williams (Administrator)

    The Martin Richard Institute for Social Justice presents a talk by Dr. Linda Nathan.  "When Grit Isn't Enough" will take place on Tuesday, March 27th from 12-2pm in Weygand Hall 1047 (351 Great Hill Drive, Bridgewater MA 02325). Lunch will be provided.  Download the flyer here.

    Dr. Nathan, the founding headmaster of Boston Arts Academy, has written a recent book challenging the myth that all students from disadvantaged backgrounds need to succeed after high school is “grit.”  She will be speaking about postsecondary advising with an eye toward retention and credential completion and alternatives to college. The talk will begin at approximately 12:30, so even if folks can’t show up right at 12 they should still feel free to come. 

    Sign up here http://bit.ly/edjustice314 or go to Facebook for more information:https://www.facebook.com/events/318179108706875/.

  • 08 Mar 2018 12:34 PM | Jean Atwater-Williams (Administrator)

    Researchers at Mercy College seek school counselors to participate in an online study to support the development of the School Counselor Transgender Intersex Advocacy Competency Scale (SCTIACS), a tool that may be used to train school counselors who participate in either counselor education or professional development programs. If you are a certified school counselor who is presently employed full-time, we would greatly appreciate your participation.

    When you finish the survey, you have the option to enter a raffle for one of 20 $20 Amazon gift cards. A literature review and a subsequent survey research study have shown that school counselor advocacy activity related to transgender and intersex students varies. The findings of this study, therefore, may support counselor education programs and schools in training students and employees. The survey is anonymous, and it takes about 20-25 minutes to complete. If you are interested in participating in this study, please click on the following link. 

    https://redcap.mercy.edu/surveys/?s=LDYTYA7R9J

    This research has been approved by the Institutional Review Board for protection of human subjects at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, NY as of 12/2/17 (IRB# 17-75).


  • 08 Feb 2018 6:12 PM | Jean Atwater-Williams (Administrator)

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    For more info, please click here: SCFE TEC 2018-2019.pdf

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