Over thirty counseling and student affairs professionals represented numerous counseling centers, schools, and colleges at the Counseling and Student Affairs Career Showcase last Wednesday. The Counseling and Student Affairs Career Showcase was a venue for current graduate students to network with professionals in the Fargo-Moorhead area as well as for undergrad students to consider a graduate degree in Counseling & Student Affairs here at MSUM to become a student affairs professional, clinical mental health counselor, or school counselor. An expert panel of seven counseling and student affairs professionals, which included Dr. Anne Blackhurst, President of MSUM, Kara Gravley-Stack, Director of Diversity Initiatives at NDSU, Angela Mathers, Director of Student Engagement at M State, Troy Schmidt, Residence Life Staff at Concordia, Julie Dokken, Eating Disorders Specialist at Sanford Health, Tonya Sorenson, Director of Chemical Dependency at Prairie St. John’s, and Sarah Kjos, School Counselor at Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton School District. Over fifty students had an opportunity to network with counseling and student affairs professionals and listen to their stories and advice.

If you want to learn more about the Counseling & Student Affairs Graduate Program, please contact Dr. Lisa Karch at lisa.karch@mnstate.edu.