International School of Brussels American School of Brasilia (Brazil)
Beijing City International School Canadian International School of Hong
Kong Hong Kong International School Copenhagen International School
(Denmark) Munich International School (Germany) John F. Kennedy
German-American Community School Korea International School International
School Manila (Philippines) American School of Madrid (Spain)
International School Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam)
On 2/11/12, School Psyc wrote:
> What are some of the top tier schools that are looking?
> On 2/07/12, Dave wrote:
>> Schools creating larger student service departments. MANY schools
>> until now have had very small student services departments, usually
>> a single counselor. For some schools their current counselor(s) are
>> also moving up into DIP, high school as college advisors, creating a
>> vacuum in the earlier grades.
>> On 2/06/12, D. Thomas wrote:
>>> Possibly. But it did seem that a fair few of those positions were
>>> at the middle and elementary level.
>>> n 2/06/12, Dave wrote:
>>>> Increase in Student Services. I think the increase is from
>>>> more schools recognizing the importance of school services.
>>>> These are schools that before had a token counselor, and are
>>>> increasing the size of their counseling department. This
>>>> increased need is largely in the form of college advising.
>>>> Historically, students went to a local university after high
>>>> school for their bachelors, and the to the West (UK, USA, etc)
>>>> for their Masters (MBA). What were seeing is a significant
>>>> increase in students wanting to go abroad for their bachelors.
>>>> Its easier to think of the increase in school counselors less
>>>> in the traditional mental health model, and more as a career
>>>> advisor/life coach approach.
>>>> On 2/06/12, D Thomas wrote:
>>>>> So whats with the counseling positions at top tier schools
>>>>> this year? Some even had multiple openings at the same
>>>>> school. And it seemed like a lot newbies just walked into
>>>>> top schools this year. Not that I'm jealous (much).