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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Call for Nominations of Innovative Elementary School Counselors

Faculty at Boston University is conducting a study: Elementary School Career Development: Exemplars of Practice and seeks nominations (peer and self) of elementary school counselors who are providing innovative career development services to students. School counselors who are nominated as “exemplars” of elementary career development practice will then be contacted and invited to join the study.

Support LGBT Students in Your Schools

Are you looking for resources to help support LGBT students in your school? Check out the attached info-graphic that lists national transgender and gender non-binary resources. Also follow the provided link to view GLSEN’s Safe SpaceKit: Guide to Being an Ally to LGBT Students for tips on how to create a welcoming, supportive and safe environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students in your school community.

Monday, December 10, 2018

2018 High School and Graduate School Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to the 2018 High School and Graduate Student Scholarship Winners: Amanda Bello, Angelica Fernando, and Olivia Hebert.  Click on the link below their names to hear first hand of the impact their school counselor or school counselor educator has made on their life.
Amanda Bello – Coral Reef HS, CAP Advisor: Lou Gilman
Angelica Fernando – Apopka High School, Counselor: Lisa Munyon
Olivia Hebert, Nova Southeastern University, Advisor: Dr. Eric Thompson

College & Career Readiness for Florida Students

Looking for information regarding college and career readiness? Check out the following information from

St. John's County Openings

Pedro Menendez High School, seeks a substitute school counselor for a maternity leave this year, and to add a counselor position to their team in the 19-20 school year.

The applicant would need to complete an application for a sub position through Applitrack here, and list their school counselor certification.

District website with more information on subs:

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Managing Adolescent Suicidality

School Counselors!

You are invited to take part in a research study about managing adolescent suicidality. The study consists of a survey that should require at most 30 minutes to complete. Your participation in this study is completely voluntary and will provide information about the current state of self-efficacy in suicide risk management practices among school mental health providers (SMHPs) in rural and urban school settings. The information obtained in this study is intended to guide future research and provide direction in addressing the needs of SMHPs in suicide management. The following link will take you to the consent page and survey. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Hamilton County School Counselor Opening!

Are you interested in working for the Hamilton County School District. Hamilton County currently has an 11 month school counselor position open. Visit the website below for more details!

Sunday, October 21, 2018

FCAN Hosting Webinar on 10/23

Don’t miss out on the OCT. 23 FCAN Webinar — Better Together: How Collective Impact 3.0 Helps Communities Collaborate for Greater Student Success

Epic Flight Academy Scholarships

Epic Flight Academy is offering two scholarships for students interested in aviation. The scholarship application is open to Florida high school students that are 16 years old. Below are a few important details about the scholarship:
  • Scholarships are for $5,800 in flight training (two awards)
  • Deadline to apply is November 2nd
  • The award ceremony is Saturday, November 17 at Epic Flight Academy in New Smyrna Beach, FL
Full details are available online at:

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Pinellas County Job Openings!

Pinellas County Schools has openings for school counselors; one is a unique opportunity for a counselor to build a comprehensive program in a brand new school with brand new programs for the district.  For more information on this new school:

To create an account and complete the online application for a position, click here.

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

FSCA Volunteers Needed!

Are you interested in making this year’s convention a success? If so, join our team of highly motivated FSCA Volunteers.
Why Volunteer with FSCA? 
  • Be a stakeholder in state-level professional development
  • Network with a team of actively engaged school counseling professionals
  • Free FSCA shirt
Opportunities include:
  • Registration Assistant
  • Session Monitor
Shifts are available throughout the November 1-3, 2018 Convention.
Sign up for shifts at
Access Code: H3LPFSCA

Osceola County seeking Program Manager!

School District of Osceola County seeks Grant’s Program Manager (12 month position).
Contact: Leslie Rick, LCSW, Supervisor of Social Services and Children’s Mental Health Initiative Project Manager; Phone:  (407) 483-3690 or

Monday, October 15, 2018

Louisville University Research Opportunity

Shaun Sowell a doctoral student at the Univ. of Louisville invites school counselors to participate in a study. The purpose of the study is to better understand and identify relationships between school counselors’ racial attitudes, multicultural counseling knowledge and awareness, and perceptions of poverty.

Marion County School District is looking for Counselors!

Marion County Public Schools is currently accepting applications for district hired school counseling positions placed at schools with high counselor to student ratios to reduce those numbers.  Interested school counselors can apply at the MCPS Employment Opportunity Center.