Here are some of our most popular posts inside the Cialfo Community from the past month:
The Counselor’s Toolbox: Designing An Impactful Guidance Curriculum
Here is a recap of a recent popular webinar hosted by Cialfo featuring Brianna Palmer, UNIS-Hanoi, and Trevor Russert, Chadwick Internation School, sharing their approach and resources to building a comprehensive high school guidance program.
A timely and thoughtful piece by Terry Kung, The Hewitt School, and Lauren Hoyt, The Hill School, on their school’s approach to limit or not limit how many universities a student can ultimately apply to in the fall.
Check out this eye-catching infographic for counselors to share with their community outlining the best ways to prepare for upcoming career & college fairs.
Analysis Paralysis: Choosing US University Summer Programs
Check out these articles for ideas to help drive your conversations with students and guardians when searching for post-secondary options:
Beyond the rankings: Choosing the best-fit universities for your students
Learn from Kelley Christman, Branksome Hall Asia, and Neena Virmani, Pathways World School, as they lend their expertise in approaches to finding best-fit schools for families to consider.
A fun tool to share with students, developed by the University of Illinois, to explore career interests and college majors.
Let’s not forget about searching for best-fit in the UK! There’s more to consider than just looking for options in London.
More and more counselors are asking students to provide evidence of their own research into colleges of interest. This exercise promotes engagement and quick assessment of understanding of the college application process for counselors. Check out this quick and effective example from the International School of Kuala Lumpur.
Can’t settle on one university destination? Perhaps you can consider one of these popular joint and dual degree programs.