Our College and Career Advising Continuing Education Unit (CEU) courses are designed for school counselors, college and career advisors, and educators. You'll attain the knowledge and the skills you'll need to create equitable and accessible pathways to postsecondary success for all students.

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NC 0324 Foundations of Equity in College and Career Counseling
Our Foundations of Equity in College and Career Counseling course is designed for school counselors, college and career advisors, and educators. In this course, you’ll learn how to implement equity-centered counseling and advising practices in your efforts to support student postsecondary exploration, planning, enrollment, and persistence.

You’ll explore the fundamentals of college and career advising while also considering the available school and community-based systems, policies, and practices that contribute to equitable postsecondary attainment. The course will also look at how social emotional learning (SEL) and virtual advising influence postsecondary outcomes. You’ll learn how to support students who reside in low-income households, are first in their family to attend college, live with disabilities, and are from underserved populations.
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Laura Owen
NC 0324.01 MCAN: Foundations of Equity in College and Career Counseling
Our Foundations of Equity in College and Career Counseling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) course is designed for school counselors, college and career advisors, and educators. In this course, you’ll learn how to implement equity-centered counseling and advising practices in your efforts to support student postsecondary exploration, planning, enrollment, and persistence.

You’ll explore the fundamentals of college and career advising while also considering the available school and community-based systems, policies, and practices that contribute to equitable postsecondary attainment. The course will also look at how social emotional learning (SEL) and virtual advising influence postsecondary outcomes. You’ll learn how to support students who reside in low-income households, are first in their family to attend college, live with disabilities, and are from underserved populations. This course is solely for students registered with the MCAN College and Career Advising program.
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Instructors
Laura Owen