Summer Institute 2019

 

Summer Institute is designed for secondary school counselors and college admission counselors with two or fewer years of experience. The integrated program fosters a deeper understanding of the interaction between secondary school counselors and admission counselors, as well as expert insight into the current trends and issues within the profession. Participants will benefit from the opportunity to connect and interact with experienced faculty members from high schools and colleges from throughout New England. Through small mentor group discussions, program-specific curriculum tracks for secondary school counselors and admissions counselors, and workshops and group presentations, participants will learn about job responsibilities, communication in the admission/counseling process, recruitment/travel, ethical issues in admissions, financial aid, standardized testing, and advancing through the profession. Networking, through both formal and informal gatherings, is another critical component of the Summer Institute experience.

 

Location & Dates

Saint Anselm College, Manchester, NH from July 22-25, 2019

To see a preview of the Summer Institute 2019 schedule, click here.


Cost of Attendance

Members: $525

Non-Members: $575


Scholarships

NEACAC has a limited number of scholarships available for Summer Institute. The application has closed. Applicants will be notified shortly.


2019 Faculty Members

Faculty members and guest speakers will include a dynamic collection of experienced college counseling and admission professionals from throughout New England. This year's faculty members include:

Leadership:
Chair: Matthew Maurano, Providence College, RI
Chair-Elect: Diane Soboski, Champlain College, CT
Faculty:

Lawrence Alexander, White Mountain School, NH
Tina Berardi, Salve Regina University, RI
Maggie Farnsworth, New Hampton School, NH
Tim Kelly, Northeastern University, MA
Jon Scully, Elms College, MA
Carly Hanson, Academy of Our Lady of Mercy Lauralton Hall, CT
Laurie Nelson, Moses Brown School, RI
Jami Silver, Kingswood-Oxford School, CT
Becky Tynan, Yale University, CT
Tim Whittum, Southern New Hampshire University, NH
Christopher Downe, Boston University, MA
Madeline Bergstrom, Cheshire Academy, CT
Beth Fullerton, Quinsigamond Community College, MA
Danielle Wells, Boston College, MA 


Registration has closed. Questions should be directed to Christina Doyle, NEACAC Executive Director, at [email protected].