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How do you build a good relationship with your high school guidance counselor?

As private college counselors, we are well-versed in the criticisms of school-based counseling. Unavailable, inexperienced, incompetent, lazy—these are the words that some within our industry often use to describe the professionals who work hardest to establish safe and supportive learning environments for our children. Research consistently shows that school counselors improve the academic achievement, health and psychological and emotional well-being of students—not to mention their college prospects; yet many continue to argue that our counselors are becoming obsolete. This argument is not only unproductive, it’s untrue. Yes, growing caseloads and increasingly manifold job roles have limited the extent to which many counselors can focus on college planning, making private counseling a progressively attractive solution to many students and families. However, it is important to understand that most school counselors can still prove as powerful advocates during the college application process. In the spirit of full disclosure, here are a few things that your school counselor can do (and that your private counselor cannot do) to help you get into college: 1. Provide a letter of recommendation. Most colleges still require a letter of recommendation from a school official. At most high schools, this letter is written by a school counselor and is submitted as part of the secondary school report. Counselor-written letters that provide a personal, thorough and comprehensive account of the student can have tremendous influence on an admissions decision. 2. Engage a college admissions office. At most high schools, counselors serve as the point of contact when admissions offices have questions or concerns about a student’s application. In the case of a “borderline application,” counselors may also provide an additional key piece of information or point of persuasion that moves a student into the “admitted” pile. 3. Offer school-specific information and strategies. How many applicants from your high school have been admitted into the college(s) of your choice? Which teachers write compelling letters of recommendation? What courses are sufficiently rigorous and/or draw high praise? It is likely that a school counselor can answer these and other similar questions. In doing so, they direct students to the information, personnel and activities that improve their college credentials and help them make the most out of their high school experience. Evidently, school counselors can still do a lot for college-bound students; however, reaping the college-related benefits of school-based counseling requires that students be proactive. Today’s typical school counselor, though competent and hard-working, faces time constraints that preclude him from forging a deep and productive relationship with every student on his caseload. Therefore, you must take initiative, in particular, by: 1. Starting early and visiting often. Introduce yourself to your school counselor as soon as possible, preferably before junior year, and make it a point to provide regular updates about your life inside and outside the classroom. 2. Staying organized. This is especially important during your senior, as you and your counselor strive to negotiate the deluge of demands associated with the college application process. Staying organized requires that you complete application-related tasks on time and provide your counselor with all of the information she needs to submit a secondary school report, letter(s) of recommendation, and any other school-specific materials—well before the admission deadlines at your prospective colleges. 3. Respecting boundaries. Do not make same-day requests and do not demand or expect that your counselor answer emails or phone calls outside of school hours. Being attuned and sympathetic to the many job demands placed upon your school counselor can go a long way in building rapport, as well as mutual commitment to your college-related goals. In sum, it is true that expanding job responsibilities have left many school counselors unable to adequately assist in several areas of college planning, but these dedicated professionals can still have a positive and significant impact. Students and parents are wise to consider the multitude of benefits that school counselors may bring to the college admissions process. Private counselors are wise to do the same, while acknowledging that cooperation—not criticism—is the only way to provide our students with the college-related guidance they need and deserve.

Recently, first generation UCLA Alumna, Desiree Martinez, wrote an open letter to her high school counselor. She encouraged me to do the.

Writing a great School Counselor cover letter is an important step in your job search journey. When writing a cover letter, be sure to reference the requirements listed in the job description. In your letter, reference your most relevant or exceptional qualifications to help employers see why you're a great fit for the role. In the same way that you might reference resume samples, the following School Counselor cover letter example will help you to write a cover letter that best highlights your experience and qualifications. If you're ready to apply for your next role, upload your resume to Indeed Resume to get started.)

Ebony Moore

(123) 456-7891

[email protected]

May 1, 2018

Dear Hiring Manager,

To change the life of just one child is my wish, and if I can do that, I will feel I have done something. I have spent the past four years at Northwest Vermont University learning how to be the best Counselor I can possibly be, and I am confident that I would excel in the School Counselor position at Crane & Jenkins Academy.

At Northwest, I cultivated my love of human relationships by chartering a peer counseling group for our campus. Being able to help my fellow students get through their day-to-day hardships was an uplifting experience, and through that experience, I was able to learn about several different mental disorders and also about different cultures. Now, I believe I have a stronger understanding of what it is like to give of myself and to help people of all backgrounds.

Most of all, this organization has refreshed my compassion and cleansed my sometimes jaded perspective. It is easy in this day and age to become bogged down by all the bad things happening around the world, but this position has reminded me of just how much good there is. I believe that with the right kind of motivation and support, anyone can make their dreams come true. I truly believe that my experience and my coursework have prepared me to be the best School Counselor that I can be, and I would love for it to be at Crane & Jenkins Academy.

Thank you so much for your consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you. I can be reached at [email protected] or (123) 456-7891.


Ebony Moore

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Diana Perez
1121 East Atlantic Street
South Hill, VA
United States
(434) 447-3610

Date: August 20, 2008

John Edwards
Career Counselor
671 Southpark Boulevard,
Colonial Heights, VA
United States
(804) 526-0844

Dear Mr. Edwards,

I want to thank you for the valuable time you spent with me discussing how I can achieve my career goals. The list of contacts that you gave me from your network will help me in my job search I will look into all the job portals that you have suggested to me. I will also do some research about different types of job profiles that can be offered to me based on my qualifications and internship experience. I need to be broad minded when I start job searching as you had focused while discussing.

I really appreciate your assistance in reviewing my career goals and suggesting strategies to achieve them. This is going to help me in the long run. This is such a great gesture which I will not forget in my life time. The best part of the discussion was you giving the list of contacts right away. I will start contacting them from tomorrow. I have already sent my resume to two email address.

Thank you once again for the help. I will keep you updating on my progress regularly. If you have any more suggestion then you can contact me on phone or personal email address.

Yours truly,

Diana Perez

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An Open Thank You Letter to my Favorite High School Teachers

There's absolutely no way I would be able to read this out loud to you without crying, but that wouldn't be the first time you have seen me cry, now would it?

God's timing was just right with you guys. I most definitely didn't even know who you were my freshman year. I knew there was transitioning and switching going around with everyone that was gone having kids. Little did I know they would be the kids that today have brought many smiles to my face.

I also never quite understood how much you guys did and what your full responsibilities were here at our school. My assumption was that you just clicked some buttons for class scheduling and were there for anyone who needed to talk about any personal problems us crazy teenagers have. I started to get the idea after working in the guidance office my junior year. It seemed a bit more hectic than I had imagined. Running passes back and forth and hearing all of the different problems and sticky situations needing to be worked out gave me an idea of what actually went on. I am so glad I had the opportunity to be a helping hand. It made me feel like I had more of a purpose within our school, in a way.

Senior year started and gosh am I thankful you guys were there along the way. From a college standpoint it seemed as if I ever needed anything right away, you had it covered...and I am just one student out of the 250 you each have. Being excited with me when I made my decision made it all the better. Thank you for the excitement and the support.

I don't think I ever told you what exactly I want to do in college and then on forward. After I go to college and get a degree and start a family, I want to get my teaching license or counseling certificate (not sure how yet, but I'll get there) and work in a school just as you guys are doing now. Thank you for being such wonderful examples. (Also hoping my husband will be cool with this).

Another thing I never mentioned. My first semester this year was disastrous. I would never wish even my biggest enemy to have a semester as bad as I did. We were only one week in and it seemed as if I should just give up then and there and surrender to the terrible events that had already taken place. I had lost my boyfriend, my best friend had moved away, and everything seemed to be falling apart.. There were many tears and late nights that I never want to experience again. The next day at school I saw your smiling faces and had chatty conversations that drew my mind away from everything else that was going on. The simple tasks of running passes or giving me the responsibility to give a school tour (the kid didn't even end up going here) kept me together as well.

I am so happy that I had the opportunity to know you and your families outside of the school. The different fun selfies and the late night chats on babysitting nights were more meaningful than you know. Being able to be an influence in your children's lives even for the short time brought happiness and lots of smiles. It also brought butt bruises and fun handshakes but hey, kids are kids. I feel as if I have found a friend in you guys and that's something that I for sure am blessed with.

As my days here end and you guys transition over to the freshman campus, I just want to say thank you one last time. Thank you for loving your job and the things you do for not only me but my entire class. Counselors rock.

With love, smiles, hugs, and a few tears,

A Student You've Impacted

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