guidance counselor


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guidance counselor

Child psychology A school worker trained to screen, evaluate and advise students on career and academic matters
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The bill seeks to recognize the vital role of guidance counselors in nation-building and has set new professional standards which are internationally recognized and globally competitive," Haresco said.
Coaches, guidance counselors, and the NCAA in general are there to help them.
Business leaders across the country are emerging as valued partners to guidance counselors who are focused on student career development.
And some children don't have a constant in their life other than the guidance counselor.
Every guidance counselor in Michigan's high schools would like to offer students--and their parents--more options for meeting graduation requirements and for satisfying particular learning interests," David Spencer, president of the Michigan Virtual University, said in published reports.
Ellen Richmond gets hired as a guidance counselor at her old high school.
The integration of ActiveAdmissions and Colleague affords Gustavus greater efficiencies through the guidance counselor resource system, application status check, and online applications by eliminating dual data entry through direct data exchange.
his high school guidance counselor told him he'd be big in show biz ``when pigs fly.
Lewis, who was caught unaware by the show himself at age 16, posed as a special guidance counselor.
Irving's Sue Snell has survived the events of 23 years ago to become a high school guidance counselor.
A guidance counselor at the Department of Education has a monthly salary of P18,000-P19,000, which is equivalent to the salary of a newly hired teacher.
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