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School Counselor Corps Grant Program
NOW OPEN: School Counselor Corps Grant Program Request for Application
The 2022-2023 School Counselor Corps Grant Request for Application (RFA) is now available for education providers. Approximately $600,000 will be available for the new RFA, which will focus on planning in the first year and implementation in the second, third and fourth year of the grant.
The School Counselor Corps Grant Program seeks to increase the availability of effective school-based counseling within schools to increase the graduation rate within the state and increase the percentage of students who appropriately prepare for, apply to, and continue into postsecondary education. This RFA is available to BOCES, schools or districts and charter schools that serve students in all grade levels.
This RFA is released prior to the approval of a 4-year grant cycle and is contingent upon any funding appropriated to the School Counselor Corps Grant program in May 2022. In order for this program to continue, funds must be appropriated for the program during the 2022 Colorado Legislative Session.
Colorado School Counselor Corps Grant Program:
Impact on Secondary Schools
Over the nine-year history of the School Counselor Corps Grant Program, 365 secondary schools in 98 of 178 districts have participated, representing all regions throughout Colorado. More than 270 licensed school counselors have served Colorado students, schools, districts and BOCES through the grant.
For more information on the School Counselor Corps Grant Program, please download the 2018 milestones. (PDF)
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