NACCAP Workshop

Free Workshop for Christian High School College Counselors

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Learn best practices and connect with other college counselors

February 16–18, 2022

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JBU will reimburse your travel expenses and provide hotel accommodations.

You are invited to attend this free workshop for Christian high school guidance counselors, co-sponsored by NACCAP and John Brown University.

Sessions are specifically designed to address issues of importance for college counselors at Christian high schools..

Between sessions, you'll have the opportunity to fellowship, network and rest.

JBU will reimburse your travel expenses and provide hotel accommodations. JBU provides dinner on Wednesday and Thursday night and lunch on Thursday and Friday. Complimentary breakfast is available at the hotel.

Space is limited to the first 35 respondents.

  • Engage in stimulating collaboration and networking with other Christian high school counseling professionals.
  • Share insights and common practices with fellow professionals as well as college leadership.
  • Be refreshed before finishing out the remainder of the 2021-2022 school year. 

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About NACCAP

More than 250 high schools, colleges, universities, graduate schools and seminaries have come together to promote the vision of Christian higher education. They firmly stand for the mission of integrating faith and learning.

Since 1970, NACCAP (the North American Coalition for Christian Admission Professionals) has been the foremost professional enrollment organization promoting career development, spiritual growth and mutual cooperation between United States and Canadian institutions of Christian education. NACCAP desires to serve the interests of its member institutions and students seeking admission to Christian colleges, universities, graduate schools and seminaries by providing professional development, support, encouragement, accountability and recruitment standards.

2022 Schedule

Coming soon!

Past Session Topics

  • Addressing Mental Health Concerns on Campus
  • Assessing Spiritual Formation
  • Demystifying Financial Aid
  • Essentials of College Counseling
  • Framework for College Admissions Process
  • Why Learn? What We May Really Be Teaching Students
  • The Professional School Model

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Past Presenters

Dr. Chip Pollard has served as the president of John Brown University since July 2004. He received his undergraduate degree in English from Wheaton College in 1985, a law degree from Harvard Law School in 1988, a master's degree in English from Oxford University in 1990, and a Ph.D. in English from the University of Virginia in 1999. As his children remind him often, he has spent way too long in school.

Since Dr. Pollard came to JBU in 2004, the university has launched a $100 million capital campaign to raise funds for new endowed scholarships and programs, to build several new facilities and renovate several existing buildings, and to provide operating support for the university. Dr. Pollard also teaches in the undergraduate program on a regular basis and is a frequent speaker in chapel and other venues. Dr. Pollard was elected to the board of the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities in 2009, and also serves on the community board for Arvest Bank in Siloam Springs.

Dr. Maxie BurchDr. Maxie Burch – 9 years at JBU
Biblical Studies Division Chair
B.A. The Citadel
M.Div. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Ph.D. Baylor University

Mr. Don CrandallMr. Don Crandall - 35 years at JBU
Vice President of Enrollment
B.A. Aurora University
M.S. Aurora University

Mrs. Jen EdwardsMrs. Jen Edwards - 11 years at JBU
Professor of Worship Arts
B.A. John Brown University
M.A. Denver Seminary 

Dr. Trisha PoseyDr. Trisha Posey - 13 years at JBU
Director of Honors Scholars Program
B.A. Grand Canyon University
M.Phil. University of Kent at Canterbury
Ph.D. University of Maryland

Mr. Matt ReddinMr. Matt Reddin - 13 years at JBU
Director of Academic Partnerships
B.S. John Brown University
M.A.C.E. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary