Counselor Resource Committee
Co-Chairs:  Kathleen Martin, Wilmington Friends School (DE)  |  Monique Hunter, Independent Educational Consultant (MD)

Are you:

  • Wanting to share links to helpful resources for high school counselors?
  • Hosting a counselor breakfast?
  • Offering a counselor visit program?
  • Coordinating a PD opportunity at your institution?

Your Counselor Resource Center

With access to so many articles, blogs and social media posts, the goal of the Counselor Resource Committee aims to streamline the search process for the admissions community.  Take a look at these helpful resources:


* NEW * LGBTQIA+ Resources


* NEW * Resources for African American Students


 * NEW * Community College Resources

The Community College SIG meets monthly from September through June.  We are a team of public, private, and independent professionals whose range of serving students spans the middle school exploratory years through the four-year university experience.  Our goal is to provide a one-stop-shop for professionals to guide their students and their families through the college transfer process - from college credits earned in high school to community college degrees through earning a degree from a four-year university. These links provide additional information.


 * NEW * Favorite Admission Blogs

For those seeking inspiration, information, or insight, the CRC recommends these amazing blogs!


 * NEW * Favorite Facebook Groups

To connect with inspiring and informative colleagues, you might want to check out some of these Facebook groups!

  • ACCEPT: Admissions Community Cultivating Equity and Peace Today
  • College Admissions Counselors
  • College Admissions Recruiter Network
  • College Essay Forum for Counselors
  • Counselors for Reforming College Admission
  • Global College Admission Counsellors
  • HBCU College Admissions and School Counselors Connect
  • Wonder Moms in Admission
  • Wonder Women in Admissions

 How to Research Colleges Virtually


 Additional Resources

Colleagues at TheBestSchools.org set out to simplify the vast amount of information on this topic and created a series that equips upcoming college students with the tools they need to join the ranks of higher education. Utilizing the following guides may help to aid students in understanding the requirements which will, in turn, help their applications stand out.


 Paying for College

How to Complete the Common App

Scholarship Opportunities for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color)


 Students may also want to ask the following organizations if scholarships are available:

  • The HBCU Alumni Chapter in you City/County/State
  • Divine Nine Greek Letter Sororities & Fraternities
  • Local Churches, Mosques and Synagogues
  • Minority Professional Organizations in your region
  • Organizations associated with your Major

Scholarship Opportunities


 EVENTS

Similar to the college fair resource page, the Counselor Resource Center will compile PD opportunities for you.  Check to see what's coming up under the "Counselor Events" category on our easy-to-access online calendar!

Do you have resources to share or want to join this committee? 
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