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As schools discuss the extent to which they’ll be able to open to students this fall, we are committed to helping counselors navigate these challenges. Due to the evolving impact of covid-19, offerings for the 2020-21 Counselor Webinar Series will be announced monthly. Please check this website and look for email notifications throughout the fall for more information on our upcoming Pop Up Webinars. Thank you for your continued dedication to your students.

Our Webinars:

  • Provide free Continuing Education Units. Webinars are approximately 1 hour in length allowing you to earn 0.1 continuing education units (CEUs). For more information about continuing education units, click here.
  • Are recorded and available for on-demand viewing after their live broadcast for your convenience.
  • Provide downloads of the PowerPoint presentations and a wealth of resources.

On-Demand

Title and Description Date/Time

FAFSA 2021-2022 Updates

Learn important updates regarding the 2021-22 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®), myStudentAid mobile app, along with FAFSA® Enhancements and new products. This webinar is offered by our partner, NACAC.

Aug 18, 1 p.m.
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FAFSA 2021-2022 Updates

taking place on Aug 18 at , 1:00 pm

Special Webinar on Self Care from the Harvard Summer Institute on College Admissions Session I

In a typical year, no one in college admissions would mistake the work for a walk in the park. This year, our work is further transformed by COVID-19, the Black Lives Matter movement and other important events and issues. In this environment, the need for self-care and self-preservation are more urgent than ever. Join faculty from the Harvard Summer Institute on College Admissions for a session that will explore ways to keep our heads, hearts, and souls together in order to care for ourselves and the people in our charge. Topics will range from micro to macro; from health tips and strategies for managing social media to considerations of career and identity work. Participants will be encouraged to participate in a follow-up session at the virtual College Board Forum in October.
Sep 16, 4 p.m.
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Special Webinar on Self Care from the Harvard Summer Institute on College Admissions Session I

taking place on Sep 16 at , 4:00 pm

September

*Also occurring this month are our Counselor Workshops. Click here for registration information.
Title and Description Date/Time

Special Webinar on Self Care from the Harvard Summer Institute on College Admissions Session II

In a typical year, no one in college admissions would mistake the work for a walk in the park. This year, our work is further transformed by COVID-19, the Black Lives Matter movement and other important events and issues. In this environment, the need for self-care and self-preservation are more urgent than ever. Join faculty from the Harvard Summer Institute on College Admissions for a session that will explore ways to keep our heads, hearts, and souls together in order to care for ourselves and the people in our charge. Topics will range from micro to macro; from health tips and strategies for managing social media to considerations of career and identity work. Participants will be encouraged to participate in a follow-up session at the virtual College Board Forum in October.

Sep 29, 1 p.m.
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Special Webinar on Self Care from the Harvard Summer Institute on College Admissions Session II

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Special Webinar on Self Care from the Harvard Summer Institute on College Admissions Session II

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October

*Also occurring this month are our Counselor Workshops. Click here for registration information.
Title and Description Date/Time

Supporting AP Students in 2020-21

AP Students continue to face unprecedented challenges as schools adjust to the uncertainties of covid-19. Join us to learn how counselors can help students make the most of our new AP Program updates, including enhanced resources and this year’s flexible no-risk registration policy.
Oct 5, 1 p.m.
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Supporting AP Students in 2020-21

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Supporting AP Students in 2020-21

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Navigating Scholarships to Support Your Student’s College Journey

Join the College Board’s Counselor Community Engagement team and scholarship professionals from the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, Inc. and the Daniels Fund to learn more about resources to support you and your students in searching, applying, and receiving national, regional, and local scholarship awards.
Oct 15, 1 p.m.
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Navigating Scholarships to Support Your Student’s College Journey

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Navigating Scholarships to Support Your Student’s College Journey

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Advanced Placement: Supporting Student Success Through High School, College Admissions, and Completion

The Advanced Placement Program® (AP) enables willing and academically prepared students to pursue college-level studies while still in high school. Join our panel of high school and higher education professionals to learn how AP can help students build academic skills and confidence, stand out on college applications, and succeed in college while saving time and money.
Oct 20, 1 p.m.
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Advanced Placement: Supporting Student Success Through High School, College Admissions, and Completion

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Advanced Placement: Supporting Student Success Through High School, College Admissions, and Completion

taking place on Oct 20 at , 1:00 pm