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Lauren Fisher

390 Butler Street

Brooklyn, NY 11217


To become a dynamic counselor who offers effective social-emotional and academic counseling, while upholding
ethical standards, and committing to continued learning and growth in the counseling field.

Hunter College- New York, New York
Master of Education, School Counseling
University of Missouri- Columbia, Missouri
Bachelor of Science, Hospitality and Business Management

Graduation: May 2015

Graduation: December 2006

GPA: 3.6/4.0 (Cum Laude)

P.S. 58- The Carroll School
Interim Elementary Guidance Counselor

Counsel students using reality-based and person-centered approaches to address functions of behavior that affect
personal-social and academic growth and success.
Collaborate with students, teachers, parents, and administration to work through reoccurring behavioral issues.
Facilitate weekly group sessions that target academic concerns and interventions, self-esteem, appropriate anger
management, and conflict resolution training.
Counsel mandated and at-risk individuals in both short-term crisis situations and on-going crisis management.
Assist supervisor in all aspects of the middle school articulation process for 5th grade students and their parents.
Attend and participate in annual IEP meetings in order to insure appropriate goal setting and student growth.

Borough of Manhattan Community College

Cooperating Advisor-CUNY Start Program

February 2016-Present

Teach a weekly Seminar curriculum using the CUNY Start methods to help students develop self-awareness, problem
solving skills, and basic college knowledge.
Participate in student/teacher/advisor conferences in order to provide feedback to students on their academic progress and
classroom participation.
Attend weekly team meetings and professional trainings with other advisors, teachers, and program coordinators.
Become familiar with various campus and community resources, as well as campus policies and procedures.

Beacon High School

Guidance and College Counseling Intern

April 2016- Present

September 2015-January 2016

Work one-on-one with students throughout the college process using Naviance, Common App, and CUNY Application.
Schedule, greet, and sit-in on College Rep Visits.
Review student essays and assist at various College Night events for students and their parents.
Attend college related workshops to update staff on new practices, such as CUNY, SUNY, College Board, and ACT.


Functional proficiency in American Sign Language

Dignity for All Students Act workshop, Child Abuse and School Violence training, UFT Cyberbullying conference
Comfortable with SESIS, SEMS, OORS, STARS, and ATS systems
Naviance training


Student member of ASCA

Student member of NYSSCA