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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

2012 FSCA Convention Online Program Proposal Submission


Florida School Counselor Association

School Counselors: Champions of Student Success
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P.O. Box 752
Safety Harbor, Florida 34695-0752
888-785-8611
Have you submitted your program proposal for the 2012 FSCA Convention yet?
2012 FSCA Convention Online Program Proposal Submission
The Florida School Counselor Association is soliciting proposals for presentations in two formats:

  • Ninety minute break out sessions promoting evidence-based programs in the domains of academic, career, and personal/social development or highlighting the latest techniques and practices in school counseling. Presentations need to showcase proven programs, current research, or skills of value to counselors (pre-K to postsecondary) as well as district personnel, graduate students, and counselor educators.
  • Sixty minute graduate student poster presentations that visually describe effective, solution-focused strategies on the "how-to" of school counseling. A poster session may be a visual description of a project or research that you have completed, and/or a program that you have delivered in k-12 schools. This format allows conferees to visit each poster table, to see and talk with graduate students in a less structured setting about the poster topic. Handouts and contact information should be provided at your table.
Submit electronic proposals and a resume for the primary presenter by July 15, 2012. Click here now to submit.
Proposals received after 5pm on July 15, 2012 will be accepted on a space-available basis only. Proposals of a political, marketing, or for-profit nature will NOT be accepted.
Sincerely,
Christopher Smith, President
Florida School Counselor Association