School Counseling Concentration
School counselors support students in the areas of academic development, career development and personal/social development. They assist students with vocational planning, academic advisement, and concerns in personal, social, and emotional health. They work with other school personnel and parents to help students achieve and prepare for life transitions, post high school training, education and employment. Counselors also provide consultation for other special needs and circumstances. School counselors also offer a variety of programs to help students develop positive attitudes toward vocational and academic goals. School counseling positions are generally available in K-12 school settings.
Graduates with the School Counseling Concentration meet Wisconsin Department of Public
Instruction requirements for Early Childhood-Adolescence school counselor license (License Code 54).
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