School counseling programs are collaborative efforts benefiting
students, parents, teachers, administrators and the overall community.
School counseling programs should be an integral part
of a student’s daily educational environment, and counselors
should be partners in student achievement.
NS4ed, in partnership with the New Mexico Public Education College and Career Readiness Bureau, is providing technical assistance and resources for New Mexico’s school counselors.
On this website, you will find event information, links to research and counseling resources, newsletters and a discussion forum, where you can share resources, ask questions of colleagues and support one another.
Important dates and events are updated regularly.
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This first session, with R. Keeth Matheny, is a repeat of the popular session presented in August. The second and third sessions dive deeper into topics that are introduced in the opening session.
Session 2: Finding and Sharing Calm in the Midst of Chaos
This is the first of monthly sessions with Dr. Joseph Goins to discuss a variety of topics around CTE. Sessions last one hour.
Session 3: Building ExSELent Student Support Systems
We are pleased to announce the release of several new updates to our education-focused labor market dashboard. These updates improve your access to the most current labor market data for your region and enhance your ability to identify regional career destinations for your students.
The Early College Academy / Career Enrichment Center
The Early College Academy (ECA) is a college-prep magnet high school serving 200 students that focuses on college preparation. On the same campus, the Career Enrichment Center (CEC) provides opportunities for in-depth, career-focused learning to approximately 1600 students from all Albuquerque high schools.