3rd Annual Counseling and Student Affairs Career Showcase
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Student Union Ballroom
4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Are you a Student Leader?
Do you enjoy helping others?
Consider a graduate degree in Counseling and Student
Affairs to become a clinical mental health counselor,
school counselor, college counselor, or student affairs
professional. The graduate program is newly revised
with faculty who possess 40 years of combined
experience in counseling and student affairs.
Expert panel composed of:
> Mid and high-level student affairs professionals
from MSUM, NDSU, Concordia and M State
> Licensed professional counselors from Prairie St.
John’s and Sanford Health
> Licensed school counselors around the
Free To Attend
Graduate program application fee waived for those
who attend showcase.
Appetizers & Social Hour
Network with Counseling & Student Affairs Professionals
Community Organizations, Schools,
and Campus-Based Departments
> Local Community Mental Health Agencies
> Sanford Health
> Prairie St. John’s
> Local School Districts (Fargo-West Fargo-Moorhead)
> Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton School District
> American School Counselor Association
> Academic Advising
> Academic Affairs
> Career Center
> Disability Services
> Diversity & Inclusion
> Financial Aid
> First Year Programs
> LGBT/Women’s Studies
> Greek Life
> Housing & Residential Life
> International Student Services/Programs
> Student Activities & Organizations
> Student Union Operation
RSVP at email@example.com, or call the Counseling & Student Affairs office at 218-477-2297.