Do you teach or plan to teach the Career Counseling and Development course in your master’s program? If yes, NCDA has a great opportunity for you: The Counselor Educator Academy.
The Counselor Educator Academy (CEA) is available for select counselor educators who teach a graduate level Career Counseling course. The purpose of the CEA is to support counselor educators by sharing best practices and providing tools you can use in your teaching. Participants hear from career counseling experts, share ideas, and revise their existing syllabi. CEA participants also commit to engaging in a project to serve others teaching the Career Counseling course.
Application: (check back later)
List of all CEA Participants since 2015.
NCDA Counselor Educator Academy – 2020 Survey Results
In spring 2020, Melinda Gibbons and David Ford, CEA co-coordinators, sent out an online survey to all CEA alumni. Our goal was to learn how participating in the CEA impacted teaching of the graduate level career counseling course. Questions focused on the impact of CEA participation on teaching career counseling course, impact on students, what participants liked best, what they would change, their experiences with the CEA cohort project, and other suggestions. The results are included below:
CEA Alumni Survey Results Spring 2020
22 participants (out of 58 possible) = 38% response rate
Members from all 5 cohorts responded
91% (n=20) of respondents found significant value in participating in the CEA
Those who found value noted:
Need More Information about CEA?
See the CEA Annual Report 2019-2020.