We would like to give a huge thank you to our current Annual Sponsors!
Milwaukee Public Schools
The Milwaukee Public Schools recognizes that comprehensive school counseling programs are essential to each student’s academic achievement, personal and social development, and career success. College and career readiness is a major aspect of the experience at our schools. School counselors serve as a school leader, student advocate, and team collaborator to remove systemic barriers to student success.
A comprehensive school counseling program, when delivered in a collaborative relationship among school, parents, and community, provides students with the skills necessary for them to become successful lifelong learners, responsible citizens, and productive workers. Put a brighter future in focus and join out team. Find out more information at https://mps.milwaukee.k12.wi.us/en/Programs/School-Counseling.htm
UW Extended Campus
University of Wisconsin Extended Campus is the Online and Continuing/Professional Education arm of University of Wisconsin System. We work in partnership with all 26 UW System campuses to offer continuing education and lifelong learning opportunities—fulfilling the “Wisconsin Idea” of extending the university’s resources to every corner of the state. UW Extended Campus has college courses offered through the online UW Associate of Arts and Sciences degree and the self-paced UW Independent Learning program.
Learn more about our self-paced Independent Learning or semester-based AAS courses here: https://uwex.wisconsin.edu/aas/request-info/get-aas-il-guide/
Wisconsin Building Trades Council
The Wisconsin Building Trade Council (WBTC) was created in 2018 to enrich and protect the livelihoods of families and better the community to build a brighter tomorrow.
We advocate for people. We champion causes to increase trade opportunities for Wisconsin workers. We work diligently to partner and collaborate to make positive advancements in the construction industry.
The WBTC is honored to serve as the voice for 15 trade unions and more than 40,000 men and women working in Wisconsin trades. Together, we are committed to bringing excellence in craftsmanship to the construction industry. And grow the talent pipeline through training, apprenticeships, and development of opportunities for all.
The WBTC represents leaders and affiliates who are dedicated to safety, innovation, training, continuous improvement, and quality workmanship. Our goal is to strengthen and develop state-wide trade opportunities to create a thriving future for Wisconsin families and communities.
Wisconsin Technical College System
The Wisconsin Technical College System offers more than 500 associate degree, technical diploma and short-term certificate options. The System is also a major provider of customized instruction and technical assistance for Wisconsin employers. More than 274,000 people enroll each year.
Our unique connections to employers – from multinational to Main Street – allow us to consistently increase the economic vitality of students, employers, and communities throughout Wisconsin.
Find out all you can do by visiting https://www.wtcsystem.edu/.
Children’s WI e-Learning
At Children’s Wisconsin, we believe that kids deserve the best. Our belief drives everything we do, which is why with Children’s as your health education resource, you gain a trusted partner in the effort to keep kids healthy so they can learn.
Why choose Children’s Wisconsin’s e-learning programs?
- When kids are healthy and safe, they learn more.
- It’s an engaging and fun way for students to learn with technology.
- Our programs are evidence-based or evidence-informed, and align with state and national health education standards.
- Research proves our programs are effective in producing positive changes in knowledge, attitude, and behavior.
- Our e-learning programs reflect our commitment to improving the health status of all children.
HealthyKidsLearnMore e-learning programs bring important health and wellness concepts to life for students in grades K4-8. The easy-to-implement programs offer a blended approach with both online and offline activities, student progress tracking and pre- and post- assessments. A teacher’s guide is included to guide you through the program.
Mount Mary University – Professional Counseling program
The mission of the Professional Counseling Program is to develop a diverse holistic learning community that prepares students for professional practice while developing a strong counselor identity, advocacy and leadership skills, integrity, and a deep sense of social justice. Students are trained to become multiculturally conscious trauma-responsive practitioners who are committed to the values and ethical principles of Mount Mary University and the counseling profession. The program fosters students’ development of self-awareness, knowledge, and the use of culturally inclusive practices to work with individuals, groups, and families in mental health, rehabilitation, and school settings.
Mount Mary University offers the following programs in Professional Counseling:
- M.S. in Professional Counseling
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CACREP accredited)
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CACREP accredited) with an Emphasis in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling
- School Counseling
- Post Master’s Certificate in Professional Counseling
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling
- Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling
- School Counseling
- Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision
Marquette University’s master of arts in school counseling program includes a variety of courses, practical, internship, and other training experiences that offer comprehensive preparation for professional practice as a school counselor. Training in counseling skills begins in the first semester, practicum starts in the second semester, and an internship usually begins in the second year. This training prepares students to develop and deliver a comprehensive school counseling program, which is aligned with the principles outlined by the American School Counselor Association National Model for School Counseling Programs.
Marquette’s Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology was recently awarded a US Department of Education grant to support our ability to provide scholarships for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) who are committed to becoming school counselors. For BIPOC students who are accepted in our Master’s in School Counseling program, we have up to 14 scholarships that would fund 27 credits of a 48 total credit program. Learn More.
Back Pocket is a universal mental health workshop that teaches right-now coping skills.
Teens in 6th grade and up will walk away from the Back Pocket Workshop with a multitude of actionable tools to help nurture their own mental health. You will guide them on this important journey and communicate to them that they have the power within themselves to make some lifelong, simple changes that can be with them wherever they go.
Find out more at https://www.backpockettools.com/