Supporting school-based counselors in new (and unexpected) places

With predictions of upwards of 10,000 international high schools by 2020, colleges are grappling with the question of how to best connect with, and support, an ever-increasing and geographically-distributed number of school-based college counselors. Knowing that Eddie West, Director of International Initiatives at the National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC) has been likewise thinking […]

Supporting school-based college counseling in India: Jim Rawlins guest op-ed

“By 2026, the K-12 international school market will almost double, reaching 16,000 schools teaching 8.75 million students,” reports Sara Custer, in this week’s PIE News. Now, for those of us working in roles where a commitment to serving students is at the core of everything we do, this should cause us to pause and reflect. […]

From the Himalayan foothills to a Pennsylvania liberal arts college: an interview with Preeti Rajendran

An interview with Preeti Rajendran, Assistant Director of International Recruitment at Washington & Jefferson College and former college counselor at Woodstock School. She was interviewed by David Joiner. Can you tell us a bit about your background and how you got into college counseling? So, it’s a bit of an “all over the place” story. […]