Army to celebrate National School Counseling Week

by Mark Mazerella, Bn ESS

National School Counseling Week, 7-11 Feb 2011

On average a counselor at a public high school has 300 students assigned to them—they are overworked and underpaid.  National School Counseling Week, therefore, is a great time to say “thank you” to the guidance counselors in your high schools.  To help you, we have designed a certificate of appreciation that you can easily create to present to your counselors to let them know that you—and the Army—appreciate their efforts to help keep America strong by preparing students to become productive adults who contribute positively to society, whether they choose to serve in the military or not.  To access the certificate template click here:  SCHOOL COUNSELING WEEK CERT 2011

During 7-11 February consider buying a box of donuts and presenting certificates of appreciation to the counseling staff at your high schools!

About armystrongpa

Welcome to the United States Army Harrisburg Recruiting Battalion. The “Steel” battalion is a proud organization dedicated to supporting the important mission of recruiting for “America’s Army.” Your assignment as a recruiter in the great state of Pennsylvania will be an extremely challenging and rewarding experience for you, both professionally and personally. With over 200 community-based professionals located in communities throughout Pennsylvania who share the same concerns as do all responsible citizens regarding the future of America’s youth. In particular, we want to help students stay in school, remain drug-free, be physically fit, and realize their potential to become productive members of society.
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