Community College Committee
Welcome Community and Two-Year College Counselors! We are excited to represent you on the ACCA Community College Committee!
We know that counseling in a community or two-year college setting is different from that of a university or four-year college. The Community College Committee was created to address these unique differences. Our purpose is to provide professional development opportunities at our conferences that are specific to the differences in our job duties, produce a survey for community and two-year college counselors, and provide regular meetings to allow us to share ideas and connect with one another.
Please feel free to contact us should you have any questions or need more information regarding community or two-year college counseling. ACCA wants to keep the discussion going. If you would like to join or serve on the Community College Committee, please let us know. We can always use more ACCA members who are interested in what we do!
With Warm Regards,
Amy Hayes Siler, M.Ed.
Chair, Community College Committee
Amanda C. Allen, M.Ed., NCC, LCMHC
Member-at-Large, Community Colleges, 2022-2025
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