Careers of the Month: October 2009 Edition

We have many students who tell us they are interested in counseling careers. This month we bring you information about two types of “counseling” professionals you may have overlooked.

Financial Aid Counselor: We all know the importance of financial aid in higher education. Ever consider becoming a professional who can help students through that stressful process? Learn more at:

Academic Counselor/Advisor: Another common source of stress for college students comes in the form of academic pressures and decisions. Professionals with graduate degrees in counseling, higher education, and related fields can help students with course selection, future planning, and coping with the stresses of academic life. Find additional information at: