The entire team in the Office of College Counseling continues to broaden its hand in the national college counseling industry.
Senior Associate Director of College Counseling Christina Cerenzia was recently elected President of the New England Association for College Admission Counseling.
She will serve as President-elect until she takes over as President in May 2020 and then as post-President for a year. NEACAC now boasts more than 3,500 members from every state in New England, with other memberships throughout the U.S. and abroad.
Director of College Counseling Kelly Richards attended a meeting in January of The Penn Admissions Counselor Advisory Board, where she is one of 29 counselors on the board who represent national and international secondary schools and community-based organizations.
Board members serve a two- to three-year term, during which time they participate in four to six on-campus meetings and provide feedback and insight on initiatives and current trends in college counseling and admissions.
Assistant Director of College Counseling Anthony Franco was invited to be a leader for the annual New Counselors Workshop, sponsored by the Association of College Counselors in Independent Schools.
The June workshop is designed for college counselors who are new to the work and is led by seasoned ACCIS-member faculty.