New Mexico’s school counselors provide a comprehensive and high-quality program to proactively and equitably address the academic, career, and social/emotional development of students.
Collaboratively partnering with students, parents, educators and other stakeholders, counselors strive to maximize the potential of all students and ensure they develop the competencies necessary to be self-directed, responsible citizens in a diverse and ever-changing society.
The New Mexico’s School Counselors’ Community of Best Practice was developed in a collaborative effort between the College and Career Readiness Bureau of NMPED and NS4ed to provide additional support to school counselors in the state of New Mexico.
The purpose of this community is to encourage collaboration around information and resources that support best practices in school counseling that are anchored within three key domains of development: academic, career, and social/emotional.
As a central objective of this community, emphasis will be placed on career development with the provision of quality training, tools, and resources that support career advising with students via the effective use of regional labor market data within the New Mexico Career Pathways dashboard (careerpathways-nm.com).
Important dates and events are updated regularly.
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The March edition of Counseling Connection, the New Mexico School Counselors’ Newsletter, will be available via email and online.
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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.