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How to Counsel College-Bound Students


If you are responsible for preparing high school or returning adult students for college, make plans to attend the How to Counsel College-Bound Students training. 

The purpose the training is to teach participants how to structure formal or informal, individual or group counseling sessions with college-bound students.

Developed & facilitated by Dr. Rozalia Williams, Harvard, '93, '00, the training will help participants become more effective at helping college-bound students become decisive, self-motivated, self-aware, focused, organized, proactive and independent.

Who Should Attend 

This training is designed for school and career counselors and mental health professionals at the master's and doctoral level who do not have an academic background in college student development, yet they find themselves providing college counseling in educational institutions and mental health agencies and organizations.

Learning Objectives

Participants will be taught how to help college-bound students:

  • Envision themselves as successful adults who can make meaningful contributions to society
  • Prioritize their motivating drives and persist through high school and college graduation
  • Identify and recognize the value of their innate gifts, talents, skills and abilities
  • Set and accomplish meaningful educational and life goals
  • Develop and implement a detailed plan of action, and
  • Prepare for the stressors and distractions they will encounter in pursuit of higher education.

What Counselors Say About Our Training

"Outstanding!! Every person in the nation who works with young people should take this seminar!" Wendy Porter-Coste, Upward Bound, Salem State College, MA

"This was a very informative workshop. The information gained will really help me work with our students... Dr. Williams is truly a "guru" in this field." Marlene Guy, College Board Upward Bound, Washington, D.C.

Get the facts"Great! Relevant to all types of people from all walks of life! Karen Petty, Take Stock in Children of Broward County, FL

"Very strong workshop. Enjoyable." Paul Beasley, TRIO Programs, University of South Carolina.

"These materials and information will not end up under my chair in my office where the last workshop's materials ended up!" David Dashner, Talent Search, University of New Orleans

"Dr. Williams has developed a product that should be in every school across these United States. This [College FAQ Book] should be mandatory reading for students who are serious about success in college." Solomon Stephens, Pinellas County School System, St. Petersburg, FL

"I'm very anxious to go back to start using the information with my students. Thanks for all the advice and recommendations to guide them!" Cynthia Bailey, Westridge Middle School, Orlando, FL

"This program was excellent...exceeded my expectations. The information will help students tremendously and can be used by me personally." Jacqueline Kidd, Greater Miami Tennis Association

"This was an inspirational workshop that renewed my motivation about counseling college-bound students. I appreciate the tangible materials that are often not offered at professional seminars. Thanks for all you do for the youth of our nation." Charnetta Robinson, Talent Search, University of New OrleansCounselor

"This seminar is relevant and appropriate for counselors, educators, teachers, parents and interested individuals. Information is applicable from middle school through graduate school."
Rosalee Fyffe, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL

"Keep up the great work. You have made me see and understand so much! Hats off to you! May God bless you and all that you do." Alix P. Banks, Talent Search, University of New Orleans

"One of, if not, the best seminar on college counseling for high school students I have ever attended. The seminar materials are more than valuable in counseling students." Wayne Jeffries, Westwood Christian School, Miami, FL

"Great job! Very knowledgeable of subject matter. Great workshop for both experienced and new counselors." Pressley Dickson, TRIO Programs, University of South Carolina.



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