On Wednesday, April 10, we will be bringing sophomores and juniors to VSAC’s College & Career Pathways event at Northern Vermont University-Johnson. Students will attend the event from 8:30am-1:30pm and will participate in two 45-minute workshops of their choosing, eat lunch in the school cafeteria, and take a tour of the campus.
There is no cost to attend, and lunch is included. Workshops include test prep strategies, how to choose, apply to, and pay for college or career training programs, and pathways to skilled trades and great careers that don’t require a degree.
If your student is interested in participating, they should sign up in the School Counseling Office or email their school counselor!
Parents and students are also encouraged to attend the evening portion of VSAC's College & Career Pathways event from 5-8pm, offering a resource fair with programs and organizations that support Vermonters in achieving their college and career goals and workshops on topics including:
Get answers to your questions! The evening portion of the program offers both students and parents the unique opportunity to talk with Vermont experts who can support you in preparing for your future. And you don’t have to do it on an empty stomach - FREE hearty snacks will be provided! For more information and to register, visit www.vsac.org/CCP
Check out the Student Opportunities Page for more ideas on events for students in Vermont!
It is our hope that your time at E.F.H.S. will be exciting and challenging. We meet with students individually, in small groups, and in classrooms to help you navigate through your time here. Please take a moment to browse through our pages to see what the School Counseling Department is all about and what we have to offer.
The school counselors not only offer academic support, but can help with social and emotional challenges as well. If you need to speak with trusted adult, have been feeling overwhelmed, worried, or down, or need to report possible bullying or harassment, please stop in to our offices. We are here to help.
All counselors subscribe to the American School Counselors’ Association Code of Ethics. Students are guaranteed confidentiality when speaking with a counselor unless the counselor feels the student is a danger to self or others. Counselors are required under law to report any suspected abuse or neglect to the Department of Children and Family Services. The School Counseling Department works as a team and, at times, consults with each other regarding students’ issues and services.