2018 Fall Summit

Thursday, November 1st, 2018

Fox Valley Technical CollegeAppleton, WI

Wisconsin School Counselor Association 9th Annual
Fall Summit

Fox Valley Technical College | Appleton, WI 
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Thursday, November 1st, 2018 

Fox Valley Technical College offers over 200 hands-on and affordable degrees for high-demand careers. Plus, FVTC credits transfer to a bachelor’s degree at about 40 other colleges. Campuses are located in Appleton and Oshkosh, with four additional regional centers.

Session A: Mental Health in Schools, Karin Beal (Rogers Memorial Hospital)

Session B: ASCA Model Mindsets and Behaviors, Dr. Mark Kuranz

1 Graduate Credit for $200 available through Viterbo University.

Course payment and registration are separate from the workshop registration. For additional information about the course, contact Stacy Eslick at stacye@wscaweb.org


Thank You to Our Sponsor!

Lawrence University is a residential liberal arts college and conservatory of music, both devoted exclusively to undergraduate education. Lawrence’s community of 1,500 students enjoys a warm, welcoming, and supportive environment that lets them be who they are while they are still figuring out who they are becoming. Our students come from nearly every state and more than 50 countries to challenge themselves with a rigorous academic experience that lifts them by providing them the resources they need to succeed—both in their lives at Lawrence and in the rapidly changing world they will enter after they graduate.

It starts with a curriculum focused entirely on undergraduate students. We place those students—bright and motivated—into small classrooms, labs, and studios with professors who are master researchers, writers, scientists, artists, musicians, and friends. At Lawrence—where our average class size is 15 and the student to faculty ratio is 9:1, there are abundant opportunities for you and your professors to form those life-changing experiences. That’s the power of engaged learning.

Few colleges have a first-year requirement like Freshman Studies, a two term introduction to the liberal arts and sciences that will teach you how to think, write, and speak like a Lawrentian. With your professors and your fellow classmates, you will explore about a dozen compelling works from a common reading list, which changes every year—except for Plato’s Republic. At the other end of your time at Lawrence is your required Senior Experience, where you will get to show the world what you have learned through an original independent project that you design to demonstrate mastery of your favorite subject matter. And everything that happens between Freshman Studies and Senior Experience? That’s where Lawrence earns its reputation as one of the Colleges That Change Lives.