Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Counselor Conversation Workshop Series

Counselor Conversation Workshop Series:
Fall 2014 Intersession

Uncovering Unique Roles within
Counseling and Prevention

Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Youth Guidance
1 N. LaSalle Street, Suite 900
Chicago, IL 60602

Join us for a discussion moderated by Christopher Jaffe, Social Service Professional and Strategic Development Manager, in which he and fellow colleagues will highlight unique school-based counseling and prevention programs such as Becoming a Man (B.A.M.) and Working on Womanhood (W.O.W.) as well as the work that counseling professionals do within these resources. Jaffe will share how Youth Guidance’s mission is applied and supported by various counseling professionals in the organization. You will have an opportunity to engage in discussion and strengthen your understanding of the culture of Youth Guidance, competencies needed in their various professional roles, and the benefits and challenges of working in a nonprofit setting.

Places and Faces –
Supporting Students in
Higher Education Settings 

Thursday, December 4, 2014
DePaul University
Workshop begins in LPC Career Center (SAC 192)
Panel portion held in Arts and Letters Building
Room TBA
2315 North Kenmore Ave.
Chicago, IL 60614

Join us for this unique workshop during which we will take a walking field trip to the offices of Multicultural Student Success (OMSS), TRIO Programs, Career Center, University Ministry (UMIN), Student Housing, and the College of Science and Health. There, you will meet higher education professionals who will share highlights of their workplace culture, unique aspects of their work, and student support efforts. You will also participate in a panel discussion and break-out session in which you will learn job-search strategies, how to showcase your strengths and how to apply counseling skills to many different professional roles within higher education.

The DePaul Career Center is proud to offer Counselor Connections, a professional development workshop series that provides College of Education students with an opportunity to meet professionals in education and social service settings to discuss theme-based topics central to counseling. This series provides a forum to network within and beyond the DePaul counseling community and also learn about featured off-site, nonprofit organizations that are hosting the series.

A DePaul Career Center Professional Development and Networking Series
Loop Office: DPC Suite 9500
(312) 362-8437
Lincoln Park Office: SAC Room 192
(773) 325-7431