Instilling a strong professional identity in students is an important aspect of our program. We encourage and collaborate with students to present at professional conferences, enter ACA sponsored contents, take on leadership roles, and apply for scholarships. We believe this type of involvement will inspire students to become involved in professional communities and advocate for the role of professional counselors. Below are student highlights we are especially proud of. 

Student Highlights

Pennsylvania Counselor Association Outstanding Counselor Education Program of the Year

  • 2016 - Marywood Counseling Program

North Atlantic Region Association of Counselor Education and Supervision - Graduate Student Spotlight - Winter Newsletter

  • 2015 - Ashlee Mallery

National Academic Advising Association Region 2 Student National Conference Grant:

  • 2015 - Micalena Sallavanti

National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) Minority Fellowship Award:

  • 2015 – Marisol Velez

Pennsylvania Counselor Association Outstanding Graduate Student of the Year:

  • 2017 - Amanda Grippo
  • 2014 - Micalena Sallavanti
  • 2013 - Therese Maxfield

Pennsylvania School Counselor Association Outstanding Graduate Student of the Year Scholarship ($1,000)

  • 2017 - Isabella DiBileo
  • 2014 – Ashlee Mallery
  • 2013 – Brittany Malcolm
  • 2012 – Lauren Tenbus
  • 2011 – Kari Eiklor
  • 2010 – Katrina Demainovich

Pennsylvania Association of Counselor Education and Supervision (PACES) Scholarship (paid registration to the American Counseling Association conference)

  • 2010 – Matthew Armes

American Counseling Association Ross Trust Essay Contest – Runner Up 

  • 2015 - Matthew Nice

ASCA School Counselor magazine – featured article

  • 2012 November – Matthew Armes – developing and running a small counseling group for adolescent fathers