Title: DREAMS Program: Supporting Students Academically At-risk
Date: February 9, 2021 at 1:00pm ET
Presenters: Drs. Regina Gavin Williams and Taheera Blount (and two graduate assistants from the Program)
Discussing, REalizing, and Achieving Maximum Success (D.R.E.A.M.S.) was a five-week college and career readiness and drop-out prevention program for high school students who repeated the 9th grade at least once. The presenters will share the components and outcomes of the program, and walk through the curriculum, which was designed to support academic development, career aspirations, post-secondary expectations, and enhance decision-making skills to work towards building participants' college and career readiness self-efficacy.
Taking the CPCE this spring?
The CPCE testing window for the spring semester of 2021 is March 15-26, 2021. If you intend on taking your comprehensive exam this spring, please read this announcement for important information and instructions.
This spring's Mid-program Review is for students applying for Practicum in the summer or fall of 2021.
Students must complete the Mid-program Review before they can be placed in Practicum. This review time is only for students who are in Pre-practicum this spring semester and will take Practicum either this summer or next fall. Students taking Pre-practicum in the summer will complete their Mid-program Review in the summer.
The review will consist of an oral examination of the student’s work. During this 15-minute review, the faculty and student will discuss the student’s field placement plans.
The reviews are scheduled for March 1-5.
To sign up for the review, click HERE.
2nd Annual 2021 Spring (Virtual) Career Institute
Theme: “Career, COVID, Cognitive Information Processing (CCC): Career Strategies to Empower Individuals with COVID Related Challenges”
The North Carolina Central University Career Counseling Program invites you to the 2nd Annual 2021 Virtual Spring Career Institute, entitled, “Career, COVID, Cognitive Information Process (CCC): Career Strategies to Empower Individuals with COVID- Related Challenges.”
This event will be held virtually on Friday, January 29, 2021 from 8:45 am – 12:00 noon (eastern time) and will bring together professionals from around the state who are interested in career, and mental health.
Dr. Debra Osborn will be the Keynote Speaker. She is a Co-Director and Senior Research Associate for the Center for the Study of Technology in Counseling and Career Development at Florida State University.
Other speakers include:
- Dr. Casey Dozier -- Program Director, Instruction, Research, & Evaluation, Florida State University Career Center -- who will speak on clinical training and service provision and how the career center pivoted in its various roles in response to COVID.
- Dr. Seth Hayden -- Wake Forest University, National Career Development Association president -- will focus on Cognitive Information Processing (CIP) and COVID.
- Dr. Denise Saunders -- Licensed Psychologist --a private practitioner who will also bring her unique perspectives on career counseling and COVID.
Register here: https://2021careerinstitute.eventbrite.com
Attention students graduating this spring and summer: Please sign up for an appointment time for your final defense. The defense is a mock-interview and is intended to sharpen your job seeking and interviewing skills.
We will conduct your defense using WebEX. You will need to sign up for an appointment time HERE. A faculty member will send you a WebEX invitation sometime before the defense is to take place, but after you have scheduled an appointment.
Defenses for spring and summer graduates are scheduled for April 5-9. Summer graduates need to schedule their defense this spring; defenses are not held during the summer break.
North Carolina Central University is switching to a new assessment system (Watermark/Taskstream). The School of Education will no longer use Foliotek. We will make information about this new system available as things progress. For now, you do not need to create or renew a Foliotek account. You will not need to upload any more documents into the Foliotek system. Please be assured that faculty will still have access to what you have already uploaded in Foliotek.
Upcoming Dates to Remember for nccuCounseling:
- January 19, 2021: First day for a student to initiate a withdrawal from a course (drop/add has ended)
- January 24, 2021: Test-taking Strategies Workshop
- January 26, 2021: Counselor Education Faculty Meeting
- January 29, 2021: 2nd Annual Spring Career Institute
- February 1-5, 2021: National School Counseling Week (#NSCW21)
- February 3, 2021: School of Education Graduate Council Meeting
- February 12, 2021: Last day to withdraw from a course and still receive a tuition or fee adjustment
- March 5: 2021: Last day for a graduate student to withdraw from a course
Did you know that you can subscribe to the nccuCounseling calendar? If you use a digital calendar, you can subscribe and have all of the information from the "Key Dates" letter auto-populate in your calendar. Visit our website for more information.