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Application for Reimbursement | Minnesota School Counselors Association
The National Center for Computer Science Education (NCCSE) at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, MN in collaboration with NCWIT's Counselors for Computing (C4C) program has available funding to support school counselors wishing to participate in the COUNSELORS FOR COMPUTING: Professional Development in Emerging Careers workshop at the Minnesota School Counselors Association annual conference (April 28-29, 2019).


> Currently employed as a school counselor within the state of Minnesota (case-by-case consideration for those from other Midwestern states)
> Attend Minnesota School Counselors Association annual conference
> Participate in COUNSELORS FOR COMPUTING: Professional Development in Emerging Careers pre-conference workshop (April 28, 2019 at 2:00 - 5:00 pm)

What's Included | If approved, we will reimburse ...

1.) 1 night stay up to the same cost as conference hotel (no more than $159.00 + tax) -- Participants are responsible for booking their room and any additional night(s) and/or incidental(s).
2.) Mileage to and from the conference at a rate of $0.50/mile.
3.) Cost of registration ($60 for members or $120 for non-members).

* All other costs (i.e. meals, hotel incidentials) are the responsibility of the attendee.

How to Apply for Funding:

Complete the application below -- NCCSE and C4C staff will review your application and contact you as to the status of your application. Applications will be reviewed once a week.


Don't Forget to Register for the conference here: -or-

Feel free to share the following letter with your principal/administrator about this event: To customize the letter with your information you will need to make a copy (File > Make a Copy).

Applicant Information
First Name *
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Last Name *
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Current Educator Role *
Email Address *
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School or Organization Information
School / Organization Name *
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Is your school, district or organization participating in the Computer Science Principles through Concurrent Enrollment project? *
The College of St. Scholastica in partnership with Southwest Minnesota State University is offering training in their CSP-through-CE project.
Does your school currently offer any computer science (CS) courses or integrate CS into other subjects? *
Has CS been consistently taught at your school within the last 2 years? *
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