There are six branches of credentialing, each with their own paths for boosting professional growth and recognition. Explore this comprehensive site for exact application requirements, details, videos, and a community that can support you.
CCC is the new standard of professional excellence for individuals trained as counselors, who specialize in the delivery of career counseling services.
CCCE recognizes the contributions of individuals whose primary focus is on the training of new counselors who will specialize in the field of career counseling.
CCSCC recognizes the contributions of individuals who serve as clinical supervisors to career counselors and other practitioners who provide career services.
CCSP is for individuals from an array of backgrounds, who deliver services and demonstrate core competency in the field of career services. Completion of the Facilitating Career Development (FCD) training program is required before applying.
CMCS recognizes highly experienced career services professionals from a variety of backgrounds, who have mastered multiple career services roles.
CSCDA is for providers who work with other staff in the K-12 sector to coordinate the design, implementation, and monitoring of school and community based efforts to improve the chances of students entering the job market with skills, knowledge, and credentials to be competitive.