This full-day training program is designed by IECA specifically for school-based college counselors and college admission representatives exploring a transition to private practice. It is not designed for those who have already established a private practice.
NACAC National Conference (prior to NACAC)
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Salt Lake City, Utah
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Designed by IECA, this full-day training program is specifically for school-based college counselors and college admission representatives who want to explore a transition to private practice. It is not designed for those who have already established a private practice. The program will explore topics such as how to set up a small home- or office-based business, how ethics and credibility issues impact those working independently, and how to write a personal transition plan to guide you through the process. Open to all admissions and counseling professionals and prospective independent educational consultants. You do not have to be an IECA or NACAC member or be registered for the NACAC Conference to attend.
Explore the field of independent educational consulting and whether you are suited for it through the following key topics:
• The transition process
• The IEC curriculum: Working in-depth with students
• Preparing to run a business
• Generating marketing buzz
• Parents as partners
• Next steps
Registration for this workshop will be conducted by NACAC through their 2018 National Conference registration system.
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