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ACAF Grad Student Essay Competition Now Open: Entries Due April 25

Feb 08, 2008
Over its 11-year history the ACAF Graduate Student Essay Competition has produced some remarkable examples of scholarship and commentary. The 2008 Competition is now open!

Over its 11-year history the ACAF Graduate Student Essay Competition has produced some remarkable examples of scholarship and commentary. The 2008 Competition is now open! ACA Graduate student members can voice their opinions, compete to win prizes and have their essay published on the ACA website and in Counseling Today. Students should write 750 words on one of the following topics:

1. What is the single most important issue you see facing the counseling profession over the next decade?
2. What can counselors and /or the counseling profession do to be more proactive in combating depression and the problems it brings?
3. Do you think all professional counselors, regardless of specialty, should be licensed? Why or why not?

Complete contest rules, prizes and submission instructions are available at acafoundation.org or from ACA Member Services at 800-347-6647, X222. The deadline for the submission of essays is April 25, 2008.

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ACAF Grad Student Essay Competition Now Open: Entries Due April 25

by User Not Found | Feb 08, 2008
Over its 11-year history the ACAF Graduate Student Essay Competition has produced some remarkable examples of scholarship and commentary. The 2008 Competition is now open!

Over its 11-year history the ACAF Graduate Student Essay Competition has produced some remarkable examples of scholarship and commentary. The 2008 Competition is now open! ACA Graduate student members can voice their opinions, compete to win prizes and have their essay published on the ACA website and in Counseling Today. Students should write 750 words on one of the following topics:

1. What is the single most important issue you see facing the counseling profession over the next decade?
2. What can counselors and /or the counseling profession do to be more proactive in combating depression and the problems it brings?
3. Do you think all professional counselors, regardless of specialty, should be licensed? Why or why not?

Complete contest rules, prizes and submission instructions are available at acafoundation.org or from ACA Member Services at 800-347-6647, X222. The deadline for the submission of essays is April 25, 2008.