Team Hatching Results had a great time exhibiting at the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) 2017 Annual Conference in Denver, CO. Thanks to all of Hatching Results' old and new friends for stopping by to say hello!
Team members Trish Hatch, Danielle Duarte, Lisa De Gregorio, and Ashley Kruger participating and presenting at the National Evidence Based School Counseling Conference at the University of San Diego, March 10-11, 2017
Our own Lisa De Gregorio thanks South Dakota for their enthusiasm during training and hospitality!
Trish Hatch delivers a pre-conference workshop and keynote address to school counselors who are "Answering the Call" at the WSCA 2017 Annual Conference in Madison, WI
Hatching Results had a great time working with school counselors and administrators at the Hatching Results Indiana School Counseling Academy
Another great training on the use of data in school counseling. Trish enjoyed working with members of the ISCA team in Springfield, IL!
Trish Hatch receives the inaugural Counselor Educator of the Year Award from the California Association of School Counselors (CASC). This award was created to recognize commitment to student success through improving school counseling and training for school counselors.
Dr. Trish Hatch was thrilled to attend the California Association of School Counselors 2016 Annual Conference and present on The Use of Data in School Counseling & Supporting LCAP Goals. Pictured with Hatching Results consultant Paul Meyers.
Trish Hatch discusses her career path in higher education and training school counselors. She also talks about her greatest professional accomplishment, highlights of her career and working closely with First Lady Michelle Obama on the Reach Higher Initiative. Click here to learn more.
The Evidence-Based School Counseling Conference provides school counselors with critical information about successful practice, evaluation, and relevant research to create dynamic and powerful school counseling programs. The conference uses a unique format to incorporate both peer-reviewed research presentations and small group consultation with leaders in the field.
The Arizona School Counselor Association, Inc. supports school counselors through professional development, resources, and advocacy at the state and national level. We empower school counselors to lead systemic change by delivering to all students a comprehensive competency based program, aligned with state standards for academic, personal/social,and career development. The mission of AzSCA Inc., is to foster professionalism by leading, advocating, and collaborating for Arizona school counselors and the students they serve.
The Washington School Counselor Association is a dynamic professional organization that has officially served school counselors of Washington since 1965. The Washington School Counselor Association (WSCA) expands the image and influence of professional school counselors through advocacy, leadership, collaboration and systemic change at the state level. WSCA empowers professional school counselors with the knowledge, skills, linkages, and resources to promote student success in the school, the home, the community, and the world.
Established in 1962, HSCA is a chapter of the American School Counselor Association with the mission to help serve all School Counselors in Hawaii by providing networking, professional development, and support for School Counselors. Being a part of our organization helps to provides access to knowledge and support about current counseling issues and ways to help your students through the ever changing academic, social, and career jungle in school.
In collaboration with the American School Counselor Association (ASCA), the White House, for the first time ever, hosted the Counselor of the Year Ceremony. The First Lady, along with television star Connie Britton, spoke in the East Room to honor the 36 finalists and semi-finalists, and 2015 School Counselor of the Year, Cory Notestine.
The Pennsylvania School Counselors Association is a professional organization which represents School Counseling in Pennsylvania. The Mission of the Pennsylvania School Counselors Association is a to expand the image and influence of professional school counselors, to promote professional and ethical practice, and to advocate for equity and access for all students.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, President Obama, Vice President Biden, and the First Lady will join college presidents and other education leaders from around the nation at the second White House College Opportunity Day of Action, where organizations will announce over 600 new actions to help more students prepare for and graduate from college. Today’s participants were challenged to commit to a new action in one of four areas: building networks of colleges focused on promoting completion, creating K-16 partnerships around college readiness, investing in high school counselors as part of the First Lady’s Reach Higher initiative, and increasing the number of college graduates in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).
In partnership with the White House’s College Opportunity Agenda and the First Lady’s Reach Higher Initiative, San Diego State University will convene an invitation only gathering of committed leaders and commitment makers focused on improving school counseling preparation, programs, and practices with the goal of increasing college access for all students. This convening will take place November 17-18, 2014 in San Diego, CA on the SDSU campus. Click here for more information on this event.
The Georgia School Counselors Association (GSCA) is a private, non-profit association comprised of school counselors, counseling and guidance directors, supervisors, administrators, counselor educators, and other individuals involved in related activities who have an impact on a student's success and well-being at school, work and home. Founded in 1949, GSCA has grown to a membership of more than 1,000 members. GSCA has been instrumental in setting professional standards for the school counseling profession in Georgia.
The purpose of the Excellence Through Equity Conference is to provide educators with the information and resources they need to close the gaps in achievement, expectations, and opportunity for students of color. The conference content focused on creating equitable school environments for students from diverse ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds.