Deborah Hardy which posts weekly ideas as lessons and activities.
In addition to the blog, SCC has a Facebook and Pinterest page!!
In addition to helping counselors with their technology needs, Jeff has set up the ASCA Scholarship fund.
The Extraordinary School Counselor-Blog written by the former 2012 Virginia School Counselor Educator of the Year and school counselor educator.
Counselor's Room-Founded in 2009, the Counselor's Room provides free lesson plans, activities, and worksheets for school counselors from elementary to high school.
Counselor Up-Blog written by Rebecca Atkins who encourages and inspires other school counselors.I'll Go to College -Written by a former non profit co-director who assisted first gen students with college guidance, this blog has a lot of useful links and information that can be used by school counselors.In Between Years - Website authored by Sharon Powers giving insights on the modern day teenager.Jeremy Goldman-Pikesville High School Counseling Blog-High school blog with great resources for professional development in the areas of advisement, personal-social, academics, careers, and paying for college.Magoosh-High School blog written by a bunch of self proclaimed nerds whose goal is to help students reach their post secondary dreams.Erin Luong's Reflection on Counselling, Education, Leadership, and Technology-Blog written by Alberta, Canadian school counsellor, Erin Luong.Francine Sabens-School Counselor Space-Illinois High School Counselor of the Year who has a lot of great resources for professional school counselors!Check out this link on creating a great college application, Anatomy of a College Application.Confident Counselor's Connection- Check out this monthly roundup of resources, products, best practices, articles, comic relief, blog posts, giveaways, and ideas in action .The blog features college and career readiness resources, bullying prevention resources, STEM resources, and many more great ideas!The Freshmen Network - Join this group of educators looking to help transition into the 9th grade.