The Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision (JCPS), now in its 13 year, seeks applicants for appointment to the JCPS Editorial Board.
The Journal is a service of the North Atlantic Regional Association for Counselors and Supervisors. The mission of the Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision is to provide a comprehensive platform for research, theory and practices of counselor educators, counselor supervisors and professional counselors. We believe the journal chronicles current issues, concerns and potential solutions that enable counselors to continue to grow and develop as practitioners, educators and human beings. The journal publishes high-quality articles that have undergone a thorough and extensive double-blind peer-review twice a year. In 2019, JCPS moved to publishing quarterly issues. Its 3-year (2017-2019) acceptance rate is 34.6%.
Requirements for consideration and potential appointment include:
1) First or second author on two peer-reviewed articles published in a national or division journal
2) Willing and able to complete manuscript reviews in a timely manner.
Reviewers typically review an average of 3 to 4 manuscripts per year. The turnaround time for a review is 30 days.
Reviewers need not live in or be members of the North Atlantic Regional Association for Counselors and Supervisors.
If you are interested in applying to the JCPS Board, send your qualifications and CV to the Journal editorial staff at email@example.com. Please write “Editorial Board Application ” in the subject line.
Thank you for considering service for The Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision. If you have questions about being a reviewer please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The JCPS Editorial Staff
|On behalf of the membership, I am honored to announce the results of this years election. Thank you to all the members who stepped forward to take a more active role in the NARACES leadership. I am grateful to all who agreed to run for an office.|
Congratulations to the following NARACES members who will assume leadership roles on July 1, 2020:
Dr. Krista Mallot (Villanova University) – President Elect-Elect
Dr. Michael Hannon (Montclair State University) – Secretary Elect-Elect
Yangyang Liu (Penn State University) – Graduate Student Representative Elect
The Association for Counselor Education and Supervision is seeking a dynamic professional to serve as executive director for the organization. This position provides essential leadership to ACES and its membership community. In close collaboration with the Officers of ACES, the Executive Director will support the organization in pursuit of its goals and strategic plan. Please see the attachment below for more information.
I am very happy to announce the winners of our recent election for NARACES officers:
2020-2021 NARACES President – Michelle Hinkle, William Patterson University
2020-2021 NARACES Secretary – Heather Paessler-Chesterton, Concordia University @ Irvine
2020-2021 NARACES Graduate Student Representative – Shanta Pamphile, Montclair State University
Please join me in congratulating all three of them.