2019-20 School Counselor Postsecondary Education Planning Training Course
Thank you for your interest in the 2019-20 School Counselor Postsecondary Education Planning Training course! We thank you for your dedication to serving the students of Michigan and are excited that you are interested in the course.

The School Counselor Postsecondary Education Planning Training course will begin in October 2019 and run through early April 2020. It will be a hybrid course with two regional in-person gatherings in early October and January. The online components will involve readings, activities, research, and engagement in discussion board posts. The course includes 12 sessions on topics spanning the college access and postsecondary planning space. Topics include but are not limited to college affordability, college admission processes, college and career assessments, academic planning for college readiness, college aspirations, enrichment and extracurricular activities, and the transition from high school graduation to college enrollment. The course will be facilitated by Michigan experts in college advising and postsecondary planning. After successful completion of the full course you will be a Michigan College Access Network certified College Adviser and Postsecondary Education Planner.

Please complete the form below to formally state your interest in participating in the School Counselor Postsecondary Planning Training course. There are a limited number of seats available for the course. Participants will be selected on a first-come first-serve basis and will receive a scholarship, valued at $800, to cover the costs of the course.

The course has been hosted for 6 years and provides 60 SCECHs to interested counselors for full course completion. *Reduced SCECHs for partial completion will not be awarded*.

The School Counselor Postsecondary Planning Training course is co-hosted by the Michigan College Access Network and Go Alliance Academy along with the support and expertise of the following organizations: Michigan Association for College Admissions Counseling, Michigan Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, counselor educators from Michigan universities, Michigan Department of Education, Michigan Department of Treasury - Student Scholarships and Grants Office, Michigan School Counselor Association, and the Michigan Student Financial Aid Association.

Questions: Contact Tony Parsons, MCAN Strategy Assistant at tony@micollegeaccess.org or 517-316-1713

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