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We believe in the power of sharing our successes and experiences to inspire and equip fellow school counselors and communities. By highlighting the best aspects of your counseling program and its impactful outcomes, you have the opportunity to ignite change, promoting social and emotional well-being, diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and belonging.

Together, we can create school environments where every student feels valued, supported, and empowered to reach their full potential.

Submit your workshop proposal here until October 1, 2023

CALl for Workshop Proposals

Consider a highlight of your counseling program and what it provides students. We invite you to showcase, in detail, how you implement this program at your school and how it could be transferable to another school. Below are some student competencies that we hope to learn about from you:

  • Self Management 

  • Self Care

  • Mindfulness

  • Decision Making 

  • Cultural Awareness 

  • Advocacy - Student Voice

  • Identity Development 

  • Self Awareness 

  • Career

  • Transition

  • Diversity Equity and Inclusion

  • Belonging 

  • Communication/Relationship Skills 

  • Self Regulation 

  • Social Awareness 

  • Student Protection (Personal Safety)

  • Advisory Program/Platform

  • Restorative Practices 

The objective is to offer workshops that are interactive and focused on best practice, research, tools, tips and/or lessons that participants can apply to their work in schools. Presenters should be open to share materials to support others with their implementation.

If you are selected to present you will pay a special presenter fee of $550 for the Athens Conference.

Special Note: By submitting a proposal you are confirming stating that if your workshop is accepted you will attend and present at the Athens Conference 2024. Registration and fees must be paid by November 15, 2023. Speakers are eligible for a special presenter fee. See the "Presenter Registration Policy" below. 


  • Strengthen your leadership skills and our profession by helping counselors develop comprehensive counseling programs. 

  • Ignite change, promote social and emotional well-being, diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and belonging in schools around the world.

  • Gain exclusive access to presenter training sessions with the ISCA team

  • Meet other counselors around the world with similar interests, discuss your work, and learn and grow from people working on similar programs and research in international schools.

  • Establish contacts with other counselors in the field, expand your professional network, and develop professional friendships which can be resources and contacts for future collaboration, consultation or employment. 

  • Earn an ISCA presenter certificate (or badge) to include on your resume and share via social media

  • Receive recognition on the ISCA website

  • Create a long lasting, far reaching impact to students and counselors around the world.


ISCA places a high value on the skill and expertise of its presenters and views their participation as integral to the success of the ISCA event. ISCA strongly encourages presenters to attend and participate fully in the event. As such, all presenters are required to register for the event at which they are presenting. 

Individuals who have not registered and paid for by the November 15, 2023 are subject to removal from the workshop schedule.  Additionally, presenters who do not show up for their scheduled session and do not provide notification to ISCA Organizers may be subject to barring from future ISCA programs and events.  

If you have any questions or comments about the policy, please contact info@iscainfo.com.

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