The Career Counselors' Consortium holds general meetings and professional development seminars annually to facilitate the further education and development of career professionals and provide opportunities for networking. Members are seasoned career counselors/coaches, those new to the field, and those interested in learning more about the profession. Some members have part-time or full-time private practices, and others work in higher education, government, non-profit organizations and business.
The Career Counselors' Consortium has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP #6088. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credits are clearly identified. The Career Counselors' Consortium is solely responsible for all aspects of the program. The NBCC examinations are used by more than 40 states to credential counselors on a state level.
We provide resources for newcomers to learn more about the field of career counseling and an opportunity to network with experienced career counselors. Many members tell stories about the vital role that their membership in the CCC played in breaking into the career counseling field, as either a new professional or a “career changer.”
Given that the field of career counseling originated in Boston with Frank Parsons, it is significant that the CCC is one of the oldest career counseling professional organizations in the Northeast. The CCC is a registered non-profit 501(c)6 corporation as recognized by the IRS.