This page introduces you to NBCC’s services for faculty and students. We hope you will participate with us in the development and growth of the counseling profession. Please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Learn about the NCC for Graduate Students application option: its purpose, how it works, how it relates to state licensure, how it benefits your students and your graduate program.
Looking for an exit exam for your graduate program? The CPCE is widely used by counselor preparation programs as a graduation requirement. In addition to their own aggregate statistics, participating schools receive a comparison with national data. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Is your program pursuing CACREP accreditation or considering it? NBCC has launched an assistance initiative in support of institutions seeking first-time CACREP accreditation. Up to 15 grants will be awarded for 2014.
Find out the best way for faculty to apply for national certification. Check out the benefits of the NCC.
Could your department use extra funds? See how to apply for the NBCC Professional Identity Award. Several awards are given each year to counselor education programs for exemplary work in preparing qualified counselors and commitment to professional identity.
Would your department like to financially assist your outstanding students? The NBCC Foundation scholarship program is designed to increase the availability of counselors in underserved areas. The rural scholarship increases access to counseling services in remote areas, and the military scholarship encourages counselors with military experience to continue serving our nation’s finest. Several scholarships in each category are available each year.
To promote the practice of professional counseling, NBCC is launching an academic journal, The Professional Counselor. It will feature original, peer-reviewed manuscripts covering a wide range of empirical, theoretical and innovative counseling topics.