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According to the latest figures from the Florida Department of Education, there are just over 6,000 school counselors serving all of Florida’s K-12 students, which comprises less than two percent of the workforce of all public school educator-related roles.

Last week, SEHD observed National School Counseling Week by focusing public attention on the unique contribution of school counselors in helping students achieve success in academic, career and social-emotional development.

Our school counseling program aims to prepare competent professional school counselors to significantly impact diverse individuals in a variety of settings. Our program trains counselors to meet the challenges involved in working in a multiethnic, multicultural and urban environment.

Interested in joining our school counseling program? Learn more here.