Webinars

Attend a live webinar or watch a recorded one—all free and at your fingertips.

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The College Board offers a series of free, live webinars to school counselors on the topics you’ve told us are most relevant to your work, as well as on the latest developments in our programs and services.

Earn CEUs

The College Board has been approved to offer IACET continuing education units for its professional webinars and online workshops, live and recorded.

To earn CEUs for a live or recorded online event, you must attend or watch the entire event and show mastery of the subject matter by taking a quiz at the end.

You can download past CEU certificates, see your quiz results, and track your progress as you complete this year’s on-demand webinars.

Access your CEU progress. 

Learn more about IACET CEUs.

Recorded Webinars

Watch recordings of our live webinars online, for free.

See all available recorded webinars.

Live Webinars

These webinars take place in real time. There is no registration charge, but you must register to attend. You can browse live webinars by topic below. These events include live online versions of the on-site College Board Counselor Workshops, formerly known as College Board Updates.

 

All webinar times are Eastern Time.

Counselors and the SAT Suite of Assessments

Find out how the SAT Suite of Assessments and Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy can connect your students to college and career readiness.

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K–12 Score Reporting Portal

With spring just around the corner, many juniors are thinking about the SAT and college applications. This session will cover important topics to get your juniors ready for taking the SAT and events beyond. From personalized practice to test administration timelines and college application fee waivers, we’ve got you covered.

Location: Online

Level: All

Mar 14, 1 p.m.
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College Exploration

Discover strategies to help students make informed decisions about selecting a college and choosing a major.

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Understanding Community College Opportunities and Strategies for Student Transition and Success

This session will provide an overview of the opportunities afforded by community college, including career/technical and transfer pathways, and will offer specific strategies to help counselors support student transition and success.

Location: Online

Level: All

Apr 4, 1 p.m.
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Early College Counseling: Dos, Don’ts, and Strategies for Success

How can we effectively counsel 10th graders about college? We know that sophomores are often “wise fools,” but do we really know where students are developmentally at this age and what they're ready to hear? How do we efficiently balance the competing needs of students and families from a diversity of backgrounds who have differing concerns? In this session, participants will critically examine different approaches for educating and counseling 10th grade students and their parents. Participants will identify the real needs of these students and discuss how programming can best address them to ensure a vibrant college-going culture.

Location: Online

Level: All

Apr 11, 1 p.m.
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The Steps to Communicating the College Process to the Over-Involved Parent

The overprotective parent. The helicopter parent. The pushy parent. Learn how a high school counselor, counseling district director, and a higher education professional implement strategies to successfully collaborate with overly involved parents as they navigate the college process.

Location: Online

Level: All

Apr 27, 1 p.m.
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Counselor Leadership

Enhance your comprehensive school counseling program by effectively using data and other resources to advance students' college and career readiness.

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ASCA National Model I

Heard of the ASCA National Model but aren’t familiar with its ins and outs? Not sure how to begin the process of connecting your school program to the ASCA National Model? Get acquainted and increase your comfort level with it.

Location: Online

Level: All

Mar 23, 1 p.m.
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Middle School

Set up middle-school-level counseling programs that emphasize the important part high school plays in college readiness.

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Preparing Middle School Students for NCAA Eligibility

Middle school provides students with an opportunity to develop both academic and noncognitive skills that will enable them to succeed in high school. For student-athletes, it is critical to possess a strong skill set both inside and outside of the classroom in order to fulfill the requirements set forth by the NCAA, should they be interested in athletics on the college level. Join us for an opportunity to learn how you can support your students’ growth in these areas and prepare them to meet the standards that will enable their athletic aspirations.

Location: Online

Level: All

Mar 28, 1 p.m.
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Using the Common Application to Enhance Middle School Success

The Common Application is an incredible tool that allows high school students to apply to many different colleges and universities through one application. The Common Application not only provides high school students with a tremendous opportunity to streamline their application process but also possesses valuable tools and resources for middle school students to prepare them for what they'll need to successfully use the application. Join us to learn about the opportunities available to middle school students through the Common Application and how you can use these tools in your school to increase college readiness for your students.

Location: Online

Level: All

Apr 25, 1 p.m.
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