June 13-14, 2022
Ball State Alumni Center
2800 W Bethel Ave.
Muncie, IN 47304

Join us for the ISCACI Conference
June 13-14, 2022
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Dynamic Speakers
Gain insights, inspiration, and effective plans of action.
Featured Speakers
20+ Exhibitors
Meet with exhibitors to get valuable resources and information for your school.
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Network and be Refreshed
Get a much needed break and find encouragement from hundreds of school counselors across the state.
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Engaging Breakout Sessions
Multiple breakout sessions available to gain insights, inspiration, and effective plans of action.
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Join us for the ISCACI Conference
June 13-14, 2022
Register to Attend
Dynamic Speakers
Gain insights, inspiration, and effective plans of action.
Featured Speakers
20+ Exhibitors
Meet with exhibitors to get valuable resources and information for your school.
Register to Attend
Network and be Refreshed
Get a much needed break and find encouragement from hundreds of school counselors across the state.
Register to Attend
Engaging Breakout Sessions
Multiple breakout sessions available to gain insights, inspiration, and effective plans of action.
Register to Attend
Previous
Next
Join us for the ISCACI Conference
June 13-14, 2022
Register to Attend
Dynamic Speakers
Gain insights, inspiration, and effective plans of action.
Featured Speakers
20+ Exhibitors
Meet with exhibitors to get valuable resources and information for your school.
Register to Attend
Network and be Refreshed
Get a much needed break and find encouragement from hundreds of school counselors across the state.
Register to Attend
Breakout Sessions
Engaging breakout sessions available to gain insights, inspiration, and effective plans of action.
Register to Attend
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Don't miss this premier conference for school counselors and administrators!

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SAVE THE DATE!

SAVE THE DATE!

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In 2018, the Ball State Educational Leadership and School Counseling Programs were each awarded 5-year Lilly Endowment Inc. grants, which focus on cultivating principal-school counselor collaboration. The grant increases pre-service and in-service principals’ and school counselors’ knowledge through comprehensive school counseling training and integrative programs on collaboration between school counselors, educational leaders, stakeholders, and educators to promote healthy learning environments to promotes and guide security, growth, and achievement.

 

Ball State’s Lilly Implementation Grant Team is in its final year of the Lilly Endowment, Inc. grant work, focusing on supporting current and pre-service Indiana administrators and school counselors. Through this work, we have constructed a statewide conference for school counselors, administrators, and others to learn ways to collaborate and promote student success. We are excited to announce the first Indiana School Counselor and Administrator Collaboration Institute, hosted by Ball State University’s Department of Educational Leadership and School Counseling Program

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DialCare is a virtual and telephonic counseling service. You can give your students ages 11 and older access to mental health assistance no matter where they are. Members can use their phone, tablet or computer for sessions with mental health professionals from the comfort of their home or on the go. Let our mental health professionals help give you peace of mind.

For more information contact Becca Bean, Assistant Vice President at beccab@dialcare.com.

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Indiana Online, a department of CIESC, is an accredited online educational program serving grades 5-12 by providing over 120 courses including middle, AP, dual credit, and core 40. All courses are designed to meet the Indiana State Standards, are accredited by Cognia, and approved by the College Board and NCAA. We partner with over 300 Indiana schools to promote the advancement of learning using highly qualified Indiana licensed teachers to facilitate the student’s learning path.

For more information please contact Mary Brabson, Outreach Coordinator, at mbrabson@indianaonline.org or at (317) 759-5559.

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SPEAKERS

SPEAKERS

Listen. Learn. Get Inspired.

We have many dynamic speakers who will be speaking at the conference. Check back soon!

Carol Dahir

Leigh Bagwell

Robert Jamison

More speakers will be presenting at the conference. Check back soon!

Session information coming soon.

Integrating MTSS Into Your Comprehensive School Counseling Program (CSCP)

Carol Dahir

Opening Workshop
Monday June 13, 2022 | 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

ABOUT THIS SESSION: Join Carol as she presents Integrating MTSS Into Your Comprehensive School Counseling Program (CSCP). Comprehensive school counseling programs and multitiered systems of support work hand in hand to support every student’s academic and social-emotional development, and college and career readiness. Building administrators and school counselors, working together to identify student needs, can ensure that the comprehensive school counseling programs is delivered across Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3. This session will focus on the “how to’s” and the essential collaboration needed to ensure that the program is data driven, equity focused, and culturally responsive.

SPEAKER BIO: Carol A. Dahir, Ed.D., has recently retired as a professor and chair of the School Counseling Department at New York Institute of Technology and continues to teach part time at NYIT and NYU. She is a specialist in comprehensive school counseling program development, implementation, and evaluation. Carol Dahir is a past president of New York State School Counselor Association and served on the governing boards for the American School Counselor Association and the National Career Development Association. For more than 25 years, she has worked extensively with numerous state departments of education, large urban, suburban, and small school systems, school counselor associations, and national organizations as a consultant. She has delivered more than 375 workshops in 48 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico as well as internationally assisting nations developing comprehensive programs. Carol Dahir continues to focus her writing, research, and presentations on comprehensive school counseling program development, college and career readiness, accountability, principal-counselor relationships, cultural responsiveness, and continuous improvement for school counselors.

Carol will also be presenting two breakout sessions.


Powerful Partnerships: Administrators and School Counselors Working Together to Support Students

Leigh Bagwell

Opening Workshop
Monday, June 13, 2022 | 10:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

ABOUT THIS SESSION: Join Leigh as she presents Powerful Partnerships: Administrators and School Counselors Working Together to Support Students. Successful comprehensive school counseling programs are built on effective collaborations between the school administrator and school counselor. While many administrators value their counselors and the work that they do, they have not been given training on the scope and depth of that work. Administrators want to be equipped with information that will help them more effectively support their school counseling program. This session will provide participants the opportunity to build a strong foundation of comprehensive school counseling programs. We will discuss the multiple ways strong school counseling contributes to student success within the three domains of academic achievement, social and emotional development, and college and career readiness. We will also discuss how to use that information as the foundation for a strong collaborative relationship between administrators and school counselors.

SPEAKER BIO: Dr. Leigh Bagwell most recently served as the Director of School Counseling Services at the Tennessee Department of Education. She led transformational work in school counseling throughout the state through the revision of the school counseling model and standards, the creation of a regional peer support network, and the launch of a dedicated communications channel for counselors, supervisors and administrators. As a school counseling leader, her mission is to provide school counselors with the training and resources needed to deliver high quality, student driven, data informed comprehensive school counseling programs to all students. She believes counselors and school leaders need to work together to ensure that all students have access to the opportunities and supports they need to successfully move through their elementary, secondary, and postsecondary education into their chosen career.

In addition to her work in Tennessee, Leigh has shared her experiences and knowledge with school counselors and school counseling leaders in Georgia, Texas, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Michigan as well as working with the American School Counselor Association. Leigh recently earned her doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision at the University of Tennessee and is working as a school counseling consultant. Leigh has authored two books in the 15-Minute Focus Series – Anxiety: Worry, Stress, and Fear and Self-Harm and Self-Injury: When Emotional Pain Becomes Physical and served as an editorial consultant on several SEL children’s books. Her experience includes working as a school counselor and school counselor supervisor in both suburban and urban school districts.

Leigh will also be presenting two breakout sessions.


How Do You View the World? A Discussion of Diversity and Equity

Robert Jamison

Keynote Speaker
Tuesday, June 14, 2022 | 8:30 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.

ABOUT THIS SESSION: Join Robert as he presents How Do You View the World? A Discussion of Diversity and Equity. The goal of this introspective session is for participants to think about diversity and equity through a more expansive lens. The presenter will review common terms used in schools, classrooms and organizations and how these terms relate to our behaviors. The session will also review things to consider when working with staff and students, and personal stories related to these topics will be shared. Participants will be asked to participate in individual, small and large group activities throughout the presentation.

SPEAKER BIO: Robert B. Jamison currently serves as a coordinator of school counseling services for a large suburban school division and has years of experience as a school counselor and school counseling department chair. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Virginia as well as his Master of Science in Education in School Counseling and his Education Specialist degrees from Old Dominion University. Mr. Jamison has also supported school counselors and educators as a member of the Board of Directors for a state school counselor association; and, he served on a state commission for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Robert is also the co-author of the book 15-Minute Focus: Diversity, Bias, and Privilege: Addressing Racial Inequities to Create Inclusive Learning Environments.

Robert will also be presenting a breakout session.

SCHEDULE

SCHEDULE

Tentative

The conference takes place on Monday, April 4th - Tuesday, April 5th. Check back soon for a detailed schedule!

Please note: Wearing a mask is recommended in all Ball State University campus buildings.

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REGISTRATION

REGISTRATION

We are excited to have you join us!
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Become a Member

Please visit the ISCACI website and become a member or renew your annual membership. Please contact ISCACI directly for all membership questions.

Supervisor Approval Letter

Do you need help justifying this conference to your Supervisor? Vying for a good funding source can be challenging sometimes. We have created a letter (modeled from ASCA) you can customize to support your efforts to attend the 2022 Indiana School Counselor and Administrator Collaboration Institute!

Institute Registration | June 13-14

Early Registration (by May 31st)
$95

Regular Registration (after May 31st)
$105

Online Registration has Closed

The online registration portal is now closed, but we will be accepting on-site registration at the event. Please bring the Registration Form (see below to download) with your method of payment to the conference.

To pay with a check or purchase order please download the registration form and send it in with your check or purchase order. Registrations cannot be processed without payment. Contact us with questions.

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Please Note: If we are forced to cancel the ISCACI event because of a “force majeure” event, such as a government restriction on large gatherings that cover the intended size of the conference, then we will issue full refunds of the registrations. Otherwise, our normal cancellation policy will be upheld: There will be no refunds after May 13, 2022. All cancellations before May 13, 2022 will be refunded less a $25 handling fee. The institute is not responsible for and cannot give refunds due to problems beyond its control, such as weather and school closings.

On social distancing and other health and safety measures, the regulations/guidelines that apply to hotels and conference centers may change. The ISCACI event will conform to all necessary regulations/guidelines that are in place as of the date of the conference.

ACCOMMODATIONS

ACCOMMODATIONS

HOST HOTEL:

Best Western Muncie

3011 W Bethel Ave.
Muncie, IN 47304

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Reservation information coming soon.

The Best Western Muncie, the Institute’s hotel, has an Institute rate of $77 per night, plus tax. The reservation automatically books for both June 12 and 13 while rooms are available. The price includes a complimentary breakfast.

You can also book a room by calling (765) 282-0600. Be sure to mention “ISCACI“.

Make Hotel Reservations Early! Limited Availability!

Come Learn and Play!

Newton, Massachusetts is a vibrant community comprised of 13 distinctive villages. If looking for some retail therapy check out The Shops at Chestnut Hill, with wonderful places like Ann Taylor, Bloomingdales, Sephora and The Cheesecake Cake Factory. You can also visit a charming shopping area know as The Street, which has 15 independently owned boutiques and eateries. Tour the prestigious Boston College or visit one of the many museums and historic homes. There is tons to do around Newton, so you can work and play!

We hope this conference will educate and equip you to do your job well, and we also hope you will take advantage of the wonderful ways you can relax and be refreshed!

CONTACT INFORMATION

866.318.6294

Fax 423.899.4547

registrations@ncyi.org

National Center for Youth Issues
ATTN: ISCACI
P.O. Box 22185
Chattanooga, TN 37422-2185

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National Center for Youth Issues

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Please contact MASCA directly with all membership questions.

Sponsors receive attendee contact information.