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I believe I have the necessary qualities to belong to the education family and accomplish the goals of such a career. The role of secondary school counselors, most simply put, is to advocate the students. Education A secondary school counselor is a professional occupation that requires in depth education, training, and certifications to practice. To become a secondary school counselor in the state of Colorado, one must receive a K-12 school counselor license (American School Counselor Association [ASCA], 2014). It is required to have a master’s degree in school counseling, assuming that a bachelor’s degree has already been attained (ASCA, 2014).
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