7 Mindsets is a comprehensive SEL solution that offers a PreK-12 digital curriculum, thousands of videos and resources, professional learning, adult SEL, and assessment tools. Combining a mindsets-based approach with authentic engagement that supports teacher and student well-being, 7 Mindsets’ evidence-based program is proven to improve student behavior and academic success.
For more information please contact Tim Jarotkiewicz, Director of SEL at email@example.com or (312) 459-4679.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
CharacterStrong provides digital Pre-K through 12th-grade SEL Curricula and Professional Development. Our resources focus on fostering the whole child with vertically-aligned lessons that teach SEL and character side-by-side. We provide a holistic approach for sustainable school culture change and focus on providing educators tools to properly serve their student’s needs.
Are you ready to Inspire Harmony in your schools?
Harmony SEL is a social and emotional learning (SEL) program for pre-K-6 grade students designed to foster communication, connection, and community in schools and out-of-school time organizations. Newly refreshed units available now! This year we invite you to start on the path to success with a refreshed introduction to Harmony SEL Third Edition.
Inspire celebrates and supports pre- and in-service educators and staff with online professional development resources and educator SEL opportunities.
Check out our new Educator SEL modules, Understanding the Brain to Get to the Heart of SEL and Self-Compassion and Emotion Regulation for Educators.
For more information please contact Elle Essenmacher, Strategic Accounts Advisor at email@example.com or 443-462-1727.
Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University offers all the advantages of a conservatory college of art and design—creative immersion, expert faculty, and personalized instruction—without sacrificing the support systems and educational value of a state university. Our urban campus in the heart of Grand Rapids’ vibrant creative community is the perfect environment for your students to grow a passion for making into in-demand 21st-century skills and dynamic career opportunities.
For more information contact the KCAD Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (616) 259-1118.
The Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters and Millwrights represents more than 14,000 hardworking skilled trades professionals in Michigan. Our apprenticeship program gives students the opportunity to earn while they learn lifelong skills that give them access to a meaningful career supported by good pay and benefits.
For more information please contact Leah Gordon, Community Relations at email@example.com or (248) 309-0549.
MI Student Aid, located within the Michigan Department of Treasury, encourages students to pursue postsecondary education by providing equality of access to student financial resources and information. Through the administration of various student financial assistance and outreach programs, students receive the guidance and funding necessary to pursue their educational goals. We look forward to partnering with high school counselors across the State of Michigan!
For more information contact Chad Somerville, Outreach Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 517.242.0551.
With RV sales increasing and more and more Americans taking to the road to enjoy the outdoor lifestyle, skilled RV technicians are in high demand. The RV Technical Institute’s hands-on training and instruction, created by top RV industry experts, provides the experience and expertise needed by manufacturers, dealerships and repair shops nationwide.
For more information please contact Curt Hemmeler, Executive Director, via email at email@example.com or at 800.664.0154.
SCUTA is used by school counselors and school districts to develop a data-driven, evidence based school counseling program. It follows the ASCA National Model® recommendations and offers confidential, comprehensive documentation and use of time analysis system. It is an invaluable tool for School Counselors who want to do best practice, keep accurate records and develop a data driven school counseling program.
School Counselors using SCUTA, have the ability to clearly illustrate the nature of their work and school needs with supervisors and stakeholders.
For more information please contact Kathy.
What does “Building Your Future. Not Your Debt.” mean? It is asking you to let our program provide the education you need to advance your career without incurring any debt. Sounds crazy, right? It’s not. We are investing in your talent and future so that you can grow your career without a heavy financial burden. Our model allows you to focus on learning and growing, not how much it is costing you. Let’s do this together.
For more information please contact Ann Baker, Dean of UFP Business School at firstname.lastname@example.org or (616) 365-1574.
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Wellspring Academy is Southeast Michigan’s first public recovery high school, located in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
At Wellspring Academy, students will be surrounded by people who know how addiction impacts the entire family. And together with our academic mentors, counselors and recovery coaches, students will achieve academic and recovery-focused goals. Why? Because you have a purpose.
For more information please contact Jan Maino, LMSW, Director, Behavioral Health at 517.917.2352 or email@example.com.
Xello is an engaging, online program that helps K-12 students define their future goals and transform their aspirations into actionable plans for success. The program puts students at the center of their college and career planning experience. It helps them build self-knowledge, explore their options, create a plan, and develop the 21st-century skills needed to thrive in the world of work.
Teshia Stovall Dula
November 14, 2022 | 1:00 p.m.
ABOUT THIS SESSION: In a world filled with division and anxiety, Houston will talk about practical ways to infuse compassion into the schools we serve and our daily personal routines. From his experience speaking in over 600 schools and working with over 6,000 schools as co-founder of CharacterStrong, he will share powerful insights and exercises to help create more kind communities.
SPEAKER BIO: Houston is the co-founder of CharacterStrong – an organization that provides curricula and trainings to help teach leadership, character, and social-emotional skills in over 6,000 schools globally. In 2020, his first book, Deep Kindness was published by Simon & Schuster. His mom is his hero and her best life lesson is to “hug like you mean it.”
Houston will also be presenting a breakout session.
Teshia Stovall Dula
November 15, 2022 | 8:30 a.m.
ABOUT THIS SESSION: Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are a significant public health issue and have lasting effects on students’ mental, physical, and emotional well-being. Understanding that many students have experienced ACEs, school counselors use developmentally appropriate, data-driven, and comprehensive programs to help students achieve success at school. A trauma-informed lens can influence school climate, academics, attendance, and behavior, ensuring school communities feel safe and supported, even in adversity. Learn how you can develop a trauma-informed perspective to create school-wide programs that foster resilience.
SPEAKER BIO: Teshia Stovall Dula, Ed.S., began her career in school counseling in 1998. Dula also works as an adjunct professor! She has written two books, her first published book, STEAM for The School Counselor, has won two awards! Dula is a proud two-time graduate of Hampton University, where Dula received her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree. In 2014, she received her Specialist from Liberty University and is currently pursuing her doctorate. Her career awards include the 2011 Recognized ASCA Model Program Award; 2018 GCPS Writer of the Year; 2018 GSCA Writer of the Year; 2020 GCPS Middle School Counselor of the Year; 2020 GSCA School Counselor of the Year; 2022 Finalist American School Counselor of the Year. She enjoys Jazzercise, reading, writing, and playing! She is married to Michael, a fun Physical Therapist, and she is the proud Mom to Michael “Harrison,” Nathaniel, and Alyssa.
Teshia will also be presenting a breakout session.