Professional School Counselor

Guidance & Counseling Services

 

The counselor is usually the first point of contact for potential RTI/C students and provides career and personal counseling for secondary and postsecondary students, as well as for potential students. The counselor is responsible for disseminating information about RTI/C and its programs through college/career fairs, presentations, tours, videos, course description materials, and classroom activities.

The counselor uses individual or group counseling sessions to help students  with career planning, academic problems, college or tech school enrollment, etc and provides career information, occupational trends and salary information to students exploring their futures. The counselor also keeps a list of community and regional resources available for the various needs of the student population.

Below are some of the annual coordinated activities:

  • Disseminates information about RTI/C and its programs through presentations, tours, videos, course description booklets, college fairs and classroom activities.
  • Uses individual or group counseling sessions to help students with career planning, academic problems, college or tech school enrollment, military enlistment and job placement after graduation.
  • Works with area sending high school counselors and administrators to coordinate the educational progress of each student.
  • Assists RTI/C instructors with job preparation training exercises.
  • Keeps list of community and regional resources available for various needs of student population and parents.
  • Provides career information, occupational trends and salary information to students exploring their futures.
  • Assists students with completing their FAFSA ID and RTI/C application.
  • Assists students with the enrollment process for Dual Credit and Articulation.






Contact the RTI/C Counselor:

Mrs. Janell Duncan
CTE Counselor
jduncan@rolla31.org

(573) 458-0150, Ext. 15030
(573) 458-0155