Don’t miss the following workshops and conferences that will excel your career development

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MAY/JUNE 19APR 19MAR 19FEB 19JAN 19Dec 18Nov 18Oct 18Sept 18
  • May 2 Register for Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) & Youth Voice webinar. Participants will learn how to use teen-written stories to strengthen teens’ social, emotional, and literacy (SEL) skills.
  • May 4Register for the Computer Science (CS) Teachers Conference, which in include presentations led by NYC CS teachers and partners, a fair-style school showcase, and networking opportunities.
  • May 15Register for an online information session to learn about pursuing your masters (HEA, MPA, MIA) with the Marxe School of Public and International  Affairs at Baruch.
  • Jun. 4-7Register to attend the NYSACAC at Le Moyne College. Participants will have an opportunity to network, discuss issues affecting the field, and learn about promising postsecondary planning practices.
  • Jun.6Register for the student led 2019 Youth Summit. Students will be presenting on disproportionality and inequity in education.
  • Jul. 30Register for grant writing workshop and obtain CTLE credit.
  • Aug.14Registration for the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) 2018 National Conference is now open. The conference will be held in Louisville, Kentucky from September 26-28.
  • OngoingExplore The State University of New York (SUNY) counselor Portal to learn about application processes, find SUNY resources, download current publications, and view presentations.
  • Apr. 12 Deadline to apply for 2019 New York State College Association for College Admissions Counseling (NYSACAC)  Conference Grant at Le Moyne College.
  • Apr. 17Register to attend Macaulay Honors College 2019 Counselors’ Appreciation reception.
  • Apr. 17Register to attend CUNY Success Programs Fair. Attendees will connect with representatives from Admissions, Financial Aid, Testing, the Foster Care Initiative, Accessibility Services at CUNY, CUNY Language Immersion Program (CLIP), and learn more about each respective program.
  • Jun. 4-7Register to attend the NYSACAC at Le Moyne College. Participants will have an opportunity to network, discuss issues affecting the field, and learn about promising practices postsecondary planning practices.
  • Jun. 6Register for the student-led 2019 Youth Summit. Students will be presenting on disproportionality and inequity in education.
  • OngoingExplore The State University of New York (SUNY) counselor Portal to learn about application processes, find SUNY resources, download current publications, and view presentations.
  • Mar. 11Register for the 2nd Annual CUNY Neurodiversity Conference to learn about effective practices to promote student success from college to career.
  • Mar. 11Register for SUNY’s annual School Counselor Forum where we will explore solutions to 21st-century challenges.
  • Mar. 22Register– to join the next cohort of Computer Science for All (CS4All). School staff will receive professional development on how to embed rigorous computer science inside and outside of the classroom. By 2025, all NYC schools must teach rigorous CS to all students, especially female, Black and Latinx students.
  • OngoingExplore The State University of New York (SUNY) counselor Portal to learn about application processes, find SUNY resources, download current publications, and view presentations.
  • Feb.12 Register to attend the 2019 NYSACAC Legislative Advocacy Day. Students can register here. NYSACAC will provide two FREE buses for NYC counselors and students, buses leave from the SUNY Welcome Center at 6:45 am. Students and counselors will have an opportunity to share their stories and advocate on important college access issues.
  • Feb.28-Apr.12Register for this online class on how to build a class website, and obtain your Google educator certification in the process. This course costs $25 and is eligible for P Credits and CTLE hours.
  • Mar.11Register for the 2nd Annual CUNY Neurodiversity Conference to learn about effective practices to promote student success from college to career.
  • Mar. 13Register for SUNY’s annual School Counselor Forum.
  • OngoingExplore The State University of New York (SUNY) counselor Portal to learn about application processes, find SUNY resources, download current publications, and view presentations.
  • Jan. 5– Teachers register for the Why Computer Science Matters forum. Participants will participate in discussions and workshops regarding why computer science is crucial for our students. Teachers can also bring one student mentee or Pathfinders student.
  • Jan. 10– Register for the Teachers College Online Course Registration Grant, a 15 module online college advisement course through Teachers College.
  • Jan. 28– Register for the Supporting Students with Disabilities and Postsecondary Planning Workshop. Hosted by DOE and Goddard Riverside for school based staff.
  • Jan. 28Register for the Educational and Work Related Alternatives to College Workshop. Hosted by DOE and Goddard Riverside for school based staff.
  • Jan.– Look out for the Math Start Adult Learner Hubs at LaGuardia Community College, BMCC, and Hostos Community College in 2019. This is a unique opportunity for adult learners to enter or re-enter college. FREE MetroCards, a FREE CUNY Application, and tailored advising will be available to students who intend to enter CUNY in the fall 2019 semester.
  • Feb. 5Register for the CUNY Career Kit Training for high school teachers and instructional staff. The CareerKits are a comprehensive curriculum designed to equip students with the skills necessary to make informed choices about career pathways.
  • Feb. 8 + 9Register for Options College 101 Teacher Training to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to support students as they prepare for college and career.
  • Mar. 13Save the date for SUNY’s annual School Counselor Forum
  • OngoingDownload the Transition & College Access Center professional learning catalog for 2018-19 (open to DOE staff) and save the dates for the sessions you plan to attend.
  • OngoingExplore The State University of New York (SUNY) counselor Portal to learn about application processes, find SUNY resources, download current publications, and view presentations.
  • Nov. 28Register to attend Financial Aid Boot Camp.This event is a refresher training on how to support students with completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the New York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP). The presentation will review how to complete both applications, student eligibility and requirements.
  • Nov 30 & Dec 1.– Register for Options 2-day course featuring effective recommendation letter writing and crafting the college essay in the classroom.
  • Dec. 4Register for the Supporting Immigrant Students in the College Process Workshop. Hosted by DOE and Goddard Riverside for school based staff.
  • Dec. 4 Register to virtually join the Teach NYC! Conference 2018 – Find Your Pathway to Teaching in NYC.
  • Dec 14 Apply for CACNY Membership Grants for up to 200 NYC high schools for the College Access Consortium of New York (CACNY).
  • Dec. 8- Register for training on NYS Education Department/CUNY CareerKits curriculum and lesson plans at Hostos Community College  
  • Jan. 28Register for the Supporting Students with Disabilities and Postsecondary Planning Workshop. Hosted by DOE and Goddard Riverside for school based staff.
  • Jan. 28Register for the Educational and Work Related Alternatives to College Workshop. Hosted by DOE and Goddard Riverside for school based staff.
  • Feb. 5- Register here for the CUNY Career Kit Curriculum 1-day training in Brooklyn.
  • OngoingDownload the Transition & College Access Center professional learning catalog for 2018-19 (open to DOE staff) and save the dates for the sessions you plan to attend.
  • OngoingExplore The State University of New York (SUNY) counselor Portal to learn about application processes, find SUNY resources, download current publications, and view presentations.
  • Nov. 2 Register for CUNY Fall Counselor Conference at Lehman College. The conference will provide important CUNY updates, workshops and networking opportunities with CUNY representatives.
  • Nov. 6Register for Financial Aid Refresher Workshop. Hosted by the DOE and Goddard Riverside for school based staff.
  • Nov.4Register to showcase your high school at the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) High School Fair. The fair is for middle school students and their families to learn about different high schools.
  • Nov 6 Register for the New York State School Counselor Association (NYSSCA) Chancellor’s Conference to receive updates on new regulations, workshops on approaches to multiculturalism and integrating mindfulness.
  • Nov. 8Register for the SAT School Day Instructional Supports Professional development for teachers supporting with SAT school Day Administration.
  • Nov. 9Register for the Accelerated Study in Associate Programs (ASAP) annual College Counselor Breakfast. The forum will include a panel with representatives from Admissions, Financial Aid and Academic Support Programs.
  • Nov. 14Register for the 7th Annual College Access Consortium of New York, Inc. (CACNY) Counselor Opportunity Program Fair. Counselors will meet admissions counselors, learn about academic support programs, and scholarship opportunities for students.  
  • Nov. 15Apply for the Grades 9-14 Team College Transition and Persistence working group to tackle challenges school staff face. Open to school staff in P-Tech schools.
  • Nov. 28Register for 2018 Financial Aid Boot Camp, a training session concentrating on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the New York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP).
  • Dec. 4Register for the Supporting Immigrant Students in the College Process Workshop. Hosted by DOE and Goddard Riverside for school based staff.
  • Jan. 28Register for the Supporting Students with Disabilities and Postsecondary Planning Workshop. Hosted by DOE and Goddard Riverside for school based staff.
  • Jan. 28Register for the Educational and Work-Related Alternatives to College Workshop. Hosted by DOE and Goddard Riverside for school based staff.
  • OngoingDownload the Transition & College Access Center professional learning catalog for 2018-19 (open to DOE staff) and save the dates for the sessions you plan to attend.
  • OngoingExplore The State University of New York (SUNY) counselor Portal to learn about application processes, find SUNY resources, download current publications, and view presentations.
  • Oct.4 Register for the College Board Workshop online presentation that will update you on any critical changes to College Board programs for 2018-19, with a focus on the Advanced Placement Program (AP) and the SAT Suite of Assessments.
  • Oct. 5 Register for the 13th Annual CUNY Black Male Initiative Conference Diversifying the STEM field: Exposing and Promoting Pathways. Open to school staff and CUNY students.
  • Oct.5-Nov. 2Register for CUNY Fall Counselor Conferences. The conferences will provide workshops, networking opportunities with CUNY representatives, and updates on innovative CUNY programs.
  • Oct. 9 Register to attend the 6th Annual NYC Directors of Admission Panel. Representatives from Barnard, Columbia, Cooper Union, CUNY, Fordham, NYU and SUNY invite you into a dialogue about the enrollment landscape and other higher ed topics that impact the students and families you serve.
  • Oct.11Register for the Discover Macaulay Counselor Workshop. Counselors will have the opportunity to connect with faculty, administrators, and hear from current students about their Macaulay experiences.
  • Oct.19 Register for the SUNY Fall 2018 Operation Inform in NYC. School and community-based organization counselors are invited to engage in current topics in higher education and network with professionals in the field.
  • Oct 25Register for the 2018 ELLs/MLLs Community Engagement Symposium that will highlight essential resources and strategies that stakeholders can use to support parents of K-12 English Language Learners (ELLs)/Multilingual Learners (MLLs)

2019-2020 Planning Calendar

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