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How do I find help for the career: counseling?

How do I find Jobs or internships for the career - counseling and how can find information and tips for this job as a homeschooled high school student; junior; in 11th grade?

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Shelisa’s Answer

Hello! Honor Students!!

Thank you for The Question!!
It is a Super One!!

I have a certificate in Mental Health. I would love to help!!
Thank you comment icon Hi Shelisa! Thanks for your encouraging words to Megan! Do you have any specific resources, tips, and/or info you can share with Megan related to getting exposure or internship/training opportunities for a career in counseling? Would love to get some specific suggestions! yoonji KIM, Admin
Thank you comment icon Asked Sep 21 · 142 views · Translate · Share How do I find help for the career: counseling? How do I find Jobs or internships for the career - counseling and how can find information and tips for this job as a homeschooled high school student; junior; in 11th grade? career career-counseling high-school job jobs career-development Sure KIm Thumbed through my local newspaper, The Classified Ads for jobs and Internships positions. Requested information from The American Psychological Association On My Career Path. Asked College Students at the college I was going to attend about my Career Field. I also asked my supervisors on jobs about my Career interest Hope these tips help you All 🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞 Shelisa Henley
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Rachel’s Answer

- Begin your journey by visiting your school's Guidance Counseling department. They are likely to have numerous resources that could be of great help to you.
- Don't forget to explore your local community college. Even as a high school student, they might have resources that you can utilize.
- Take advantage of the resource page for K-12 provided by the US Bureau of Labor and Statistics. Here's the link: https://www.bls.gov/k12/
- Princess's advice about the NCDA and consulting various professionals for resources, connections, and information is worth considering. Engaging in Informational Interviews can be an excellent strategy to help you identify the careers or jobs you might want to pursue.
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Princess’s Answer

You can find different career counselors almost every where, all you need to do is

✓Start by asking friends, families, colleagues or professional acquaintances who may have a helpful connection.
✓Check the National career development association's (NCDA) and national board for certified councelors if you're looking for one who works privately.
✓Ask around on campus.
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Gaurav’s Answer

I think you are taking a step in the right direction by asking this. In addition to what Princess said, please feel free to comment below for any specific advice!
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