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Region 1 - West Central District Seminar

  • March 11, 2011
  • 8:00 AM - 12:59 PM
  • McKendree University, Lebanon

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The High School Visit – Working Together to Make it Work for Everyone
This open discussion will be led by a group of professionals from both the high school and the college side. Learn what high school counselors expect during your visit and get ideas from admission counselors about what they need to make sure they have an effective visit to your school. Bring your own thoughts and be ready to discuss working together to make sure the high school visit works for everyone.


Collegiate Athletics: Are Your College Bound Student Athletes Qualified?
As eligibility requirements continue to change, rules for college-bound student-athletes are increasingly dif- ficult to interpret. This session will highlight the basic differences in NCAA Division I, II, III and NAIA eligibility, new changes that may affect your students and how meeting eligibility requirements impact students and the college planning process. This session will also provide counselors with ideas, resources and tools to implement an in-depth advising plan to assist prospective student athletes as they investigate their options. Presenters: Beth Arey, College and Career Coordinator, Evanston Township High School

Break Out Sessions – Choose one
The Seven Minute Counselor
School counselors do not have the luxury of time when dealing with students who are discouraged about grades, attendance, and credits. However, we can use techniques and tactics that allow us to discover the source of that discouragement. Al Milliren, Ed.D., Assoc. Processor of Psychology and Counseling at Governors State University will explain how we can be a “seven minute counselor” and work effectively and efficiently with our students.

Staying Healthy on the Highway
This session will promote a holistically healthy lifestyle, especially during a busy travel season. Tips about staying active on the road, eating right, and winding down after a busy day will be provided. Information will range from healthy restaurant choices, fitting in workouts, relieving stress while creating good stress, and relationship management. This is an active session.

‘Out of State’ Articulation
Find out what’s new at several out of state schools: University of Alabama, University of Missouri, Kansas City, Drake University, and Murray State University.
Registration Deadline: Friday, March 4, 2011


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