2022 Counselor Conference: Connecting Counselors to Strengthen Student Transitions

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! 

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Thursday, December 8, 2022
8:30 am – 3:30 pm
$50 per person (fee includes parking, continental breakfast, and lunch)

Town & Country Resort
500 Hotel Circle North, San Diego, CA 92108

We are pleased to bring together counselors, administrators, and educators from middle school, high school, adult education, noncredit, and community colleges for our 7th annual Counselor Conference. This is a one-day, in-person conference filled with valuable resources and networking opportunities that will expand your understanding of how counselors are essential to supporting students through their career pathways.

Itinerary: (the full agenda and speaker list is coming soon)
8:30-9:00 am: Check-in & continental breakfast
9:00-9:50 am: Welcome and keynote
9:50-10:00 am: Transition
10:00-11:00 am: Session 1
11:00-11:10 am: Transition
11:10- 12:10 pm: Session 2
12:10-1:10 pm: Lunch
1:10-2:10 pm: Session 3
2:10-2:20 pm: Transition
2:20-3:20 pm: Session 4
3:20-3:30 pm: Collect evaluations and conclusion

 

Past Counselor Conferences: 

 

2021 COUNSELOR CONFERENCE: COUNSELING STUDENTS FOR FUTURE CAREERS
December 1 – 2, 2021 (virtual)

2021 Conference Agenda
2021-2022 Career Education Guide
2021-2022 Priority Sector Handouts
2021 Counselor Conference Recordings
2021-2022 Regional Early College Credit flyers 

 

2020 COUNSELOR CONFERENCE: COUNSELING FOR CAREER RESILIENCE
December 2 – 3, 2020 (virtual)

 

2020 Counselor Conference Career Education Guide
2020 Counselor Conference Priority Sector Handouts 
2020 Counselor Conference Recordings
2020 Counselor Conference Breakout Presentations 

 

2019 COUNSELOR CONFERENCE: COUNSELING FOR CAREERS 
November 13, 2019

COUNSELOR CONFERENCE PROGRAM
2019 CONFERENCE PHOTOS
2019 CAREER EDUCATION GUIDE

PRESENTATIONS

Welcome/Keynote Presentation
Career Skills Across the Curriculum
The World of Work: A Systematic K-8 Introduction to Career Options, Strengths, Interests & Values
College Fit in Career Education
Building a K-Life College/Career Readiness Connection Framework
What is Industry Saying and Looking For? 
Connecting the Dots Between Interests, Majors, & Careers
Career Options for DACA and Undocumented Students
Career Counseling Techniques for the Student Veteran
Student Success Panel – Connecting to the Students We Serve
SDICCC Career Education Programs Highlight – South and East
Ikigai for All: Ensuring Students are Future Ready
Are Your Students Ready for Employment? Industry Panel Discussion
Supporting Career Readiness with CalCRN Resources
CTE Transitions and Opportunities for Early College Credit
SDICCC Career Education Programs Highlight – North and Central
The College and Career Indicator (CCI) Sets Up Pathways to Success
When College Planning Isn’t Enough

HANDOUTS

Elevator Speech
Academic-Career-List
California Career Zone Directions
Informational Interview Activity
Informational Interviewing
LinkedIn Tip Sheet
OHH Activity

 

2018 COUNSELOR CONFERENCE: BRIDGING PATHWAYS: FROM EXPLORATION TO CAREER 
December 5, 2018

 

COUNSELOR CONFERENCE PROGRAM
2018 CONFERENCE PHOTOS
2018 CAREER EDUCATION GUIDE
PRIORITY SECTOR POSTERS
CAREER EDUCATION VIDEO



PRESENTATIONS

Plenary Session
Career, Major, and Internship Options for Undocumented, DACA, Dreamers, and AB 540 Students
Career Peer Ambassadors: Expanding the Reach of Career Services
College & Career Indicators (CCI) and the California Dashboard
Deep Dive: K-12 Component of Strong Workforce
Dual Enrollment: Overview, Best Practices, Lessons Learned
Early College Credit for Career Education: High School to College Articulation and Credit by Exam
From Super to Holland to Krumboltz: Applying Historical and Contemporary Theories of Career Development
Got Career Resources: What? Where? How do I Begin?
Ikigai for All- Helping All Students Find Their Purpose
Kitchen Table Conversations: Marketing Career Education to Students
Pathways is NOT a Dirty Word: Mapping Student Journey’s From High School and Adult School into Post Secondary Education and the Workforce
What’s the Big Deal Abut Priority and Emerging Sectors? What About In-Demand Jobs?
Will You Have the Appropriate Skills? Human Resources Panel Discussion
Yes, You Can Support Student Career Readiness