Dr. Marsha Riggio, chair and instructor in the College of Counseling, Psychology, & Social Sciences at Argosy University, Northern Virginia, recently served as a presenter at “The White House Convening” in Washington, DC.
Dr. Riggio discussed the topic of "How to Have Courageous Conversations" and presented in front of state teams consisting of school counselors, college counseling professionals, educators, state agency leaders, policy makers, and workforce/business leaders. The meeting examined and explored the intersections of cultural competence, counseling, and college and career readiness of underserved youth. The convening was intended to deepen conversations on how to best promote equitable college and career readiness outcomes for students who historically are underrepresented on college campuses, in the workforce, and in STEM fields.
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