CSCA Scholarships Are Now Available!
The Graduate Student Scholarship Information Links Below:
Deadline is June 30,2016
CSCA Professional Recognition Awards
School Counselor of the Year 2016
Farmington High School, Farmington, CT
Outstanding Comprehensive Developmental School Counseling Program
Darien High School Counseling Department
Outstanding Student Program
Watertown High School Counseling Department
Administrator of the Year
J.M. Wright Technical High School, Stamford, CT
School Counseling Supervisor of the Year
Francis T. Maloney High School, Meriden, CT
School Counseling Intern of the Year
Westhill High School, Stamford, CT
Governor Dannel P. Malloy's Official Statement
Governor Dannel P. Malloy officially proclaims Monday, February 1-Friday, February 5, 2016 to be National School Counseling Week in the State of Connecticut. Click here to read the official statement.
Are School Counselors an Effective Education Input?
Are School Counselors an Effective Education Input? Economists Carrell and Hoekstra (2014) explore the impact of school counselors on student achievement.
Read the article below.
Interested in Presenting to Your Board of Education?
CSCA'S Government Relations Committee has put together a PowerPoint to help guide school counselors when presenting to their Boards of Education about the importance of our role in schools. Please follow this link to find the PowerPoint. A copy of the PowerPoint is right above as well!
CT Graduate Student Scholarship Winner
Ashton is a graduate student in the department of Counseling and School Psychology at Southern Connecticut State University. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Geography from Texas State University (2005) and a Master of Arts degree in Teaching (2010) from St. Edwards University. Before being called to the School Counseling profession, she spent six years teaching in public schools in Texas.
This fall, she will intern at High School in the Community located in New Haven, and will graduate in December 2015.