Alumni of Western IL University-QC Dept of Counselor Education

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Photos from Alumni of Western IL University-QC Dept of Counselor Education's post 12/12/2022

Happy finals week! Let’s end this semester on a good note!

Photos from Alumni of Western IL University-QC Dept of Counselor Education's post 09/19/2022

Join us, Sunday, Sept. 25 from 6:30-9 a.m. to represent WIU as the QC relay runners run through our beautiful campus. This will be the final sponsorship event of the summer!

If you are affiliated with WIU (faculty, staff, students, alumni, etc.) or just want to get involved in the QC community, this is the event for you!

This event will include part of the relay race going through WIU campus (and the relay exchange zone is on campus). We will also be having a pre-event meeting to go over race day details from 3:30-4:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 19.

Volunteer/participant duties will include:
*All duties will be later explained at the pre-event meeting.
Directing runners being bused in from the west parking lot to relay exchange on campus. 4+ volunteers needed.
Water station located on University Drive. 6 volunteers are needed.
Route guides for directing runners in the right direction. Other marathon volunteers will be there to assist. 3+ volunteers needed.
Cheer section to show WIU pride and hold signage. No limit to volunteers but encouraged to participate.
We are excited for this fun-filled, action-packed event and hope you consider participating in it with us! Thank you so much for your consideration and dedication to WIU. I look forward to working on the event with you all!

Volunteer sign-up form:

For additional information or questions, email me at
[email protected].

Photos from Western Illinois University-Quad Cities's post 09/08/2022
Crisis Stabilization Residential Supervisor 07/21/2022

Employment Opportunities

-Crisis Stabilization Residential Supervisor – This position requires a license or a candidate who’s eligible for licensure (LMHC, LCSW, LISW, etc). This position is located in Davenport and will assist in creating a unique program that provides mental health services and stabilization for youth in our communities who need a higher level of support. The starting salary for this position is $60,000. We currently have 12 paid holidays, 5 floating holidays that people can use throughout the year, and 3 personal days in additional to the PTO that the agency offers. This person will assist the Director in leading the program and supervising the direct line staff.
The link is here:
-Crisis Stabilization Residential Caseworker – This position is not a licensed position and will be the main point of case management and implementing a treatment plan for each client that enters services. This position will be part of the leadership team within the new program and will have a hand in assisting the Supervisor and Director in development and implementation of the program. The starting salary for this position is $50,000. We currently have 12 paid holidays, 5 floating holidays that people can use throughout the year, and 3 personal days in additional to the PTO that the agency offers.
The link is here:

Any interested candidates can see the full job posting or can reach out to me directly with any additional questions.



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Photos from Western Illinois University's post 06/29/2022

Your gift through Birdies will help fund efforts through Western Illinois University - QC Student Services.


Congrats to the College of Education and Human Services Student Advisory Board nominees from our Department.

1) Emerging Leader Student Award Nominee
Adam Gentry (College Student Personnel)
Melanie Rice (Counselor Education)

2) Highly Impactful Faculty Award Nominees
Dr. Mathew Beck
Dr. Leslie O'Ryan
Dr. Haley Wikoff

Information for the ceremony is in the attached image!



Sunday, May 15th the Counseling Association is hosting a banquet for all of the 2022 CNED Graduates and their families. The banquet will take place in Riverfront Hall Atrium and Rooms 103-104 from 3-5PM. We are looking for volunteers to help with set-up, serving food during the event, and cleaning up. If you are available please email me at
[email protected].

Time slots that need volunteers-
2:00-3:00 PM Set up
3:00-4:00 PM Serve food
4:00-5:00 PM Serve food
5:00-6:00 PM Clean up

Photos from WIU Dept of Counselor Education's post 04/28/2022
The Western Challenge 2022 04/21/2022

The Western Challenge 2022 “officially” kicks off at midnight tonight, and we’d like to offer you this “sneak peek” into this year’s campaign.

Today’s Gift. Tomorrow’s Momentum.

Your early gift sets the stage for another record-breaking day. Support what you love about Western and create the spark needed to get your fellow Leathernecks excited about giving back as we celebrate all things Purple and Gold tomorrow!

Maximize Your Impact.

With more than $70,000 in matching funds and challenge gifts available this year, there are many opportunities to have your gift doubled – in some cases tripled – to amplify your influence on our students and our University.

The Western Challenge 2022 Join me and make a gift to The Western Challenge 2022


Any faculty, staff or students are invited to join The Moline Foundation for the inaugural Taste of East Moline event Thursday, April 28, at the Rust Belt!

Enjoy bite-sized portions of your favorite menu items from local restaurants around East Moline and entertainment by Bobby Ray Bunch.

Proceeds from the event support the annual grantmaking of the East Moline Community Fund.

To learn more about the event and purchase tickets, scan the QR code above with the camera on your phone.


Dear WIU Community,

Fifty-three years ago this June, the Stonewall rebellion took place in New York. In remembrance of this historic event, Pride Month is celebrated nationally each year in June. Our University celebrates Pride Month during the academic year, throughout the month of April, to recognize the impact and achievements of le***an, gay, bisexual and transgender students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends at WIU and beyond.

At Western, we are committed to fostering an environment of respect, equity and inclusion. We embrace individual uniqueness, we will ensure a safe and secure environment for all members of our University communities and we have vital resources and programs in place, including the LGBT*QA Resource Center, Unity, UCOSOGIE and the Q***r Studies minor. More information can be found at

The WIU LGBT*QA Resource Center, the Multicultural Center and other University programs and departments have many events scheduled to commemorate Pride Month 2022 at Western. More information about programs scheduled during April can be found at

I wish to express my gratitude and appreciation to our students, faculty, staff, and alumni who have dedicated themselves to supporting and advocating our LGBTQ+ community, and for all underrepresented members of our WIU family. We will continue to stand up for our students, faculty, staff, and alumni, and we will uphold our commitment to justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Best wishes,

Guiyou Huang, Ph.D.
Western Illinois University

Mary Carolyn Hogg Obituary - Visitation & Funeral Information 03/15/2022

Mary was a professor of Communication and involved with the Faculty Council, was one of the founding members of the Quad Cities Research Symposium, and contributed to the social culture of campus during her time in the Quad Cities.
Our deepest condolences go out to her family and all who knew her.

Mary Carolyn Hogg Obituary - Visitation & Funeral Information Share Memories & Support the Family.

Photos from Alumni of Western IL University-QC Dept of Counselor Education's post 03/11/2022

Has someone at WIU made an impact on you?


Dr. Haley Wikoff, WIU Counselor Education graduate program faculty member, is delivering a Keynote Address titled "Creating Safe and Inclusive Spaces for LGBTQ+ and Other Marginalized Youth: School Counselor Advocacy Strategies " at the upcoming Wyoming School Counselor Association (WySCA) Conference. The theme of the conference is "Diversity Equity & Inclusion: Breaking Barriers in the Equality State".

Learn more about Dr. Haley Wikoff and the WIU Counseling graduate program:

Explore all of the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs in the College of Education & Human Services:

Photos from Alumni of Western IL University-QC Dept of Counselor Education's post 02/14/2022

Happy Valentine's day to all our WIU Alumni! 💜


Hey Alumni! What kind of content would you like to see from this page? Updates on certain Alumni? National News that relates to Counselor Education? Let us know in the comments below!

Handshake 01/26/2022

Students and alumni looking to work in Education as teachers, counselors, social workers, administrators, or other roles are encouraged to attend the Education Virtual Career Fair on Friday, January 28th from 12-4 PM to meet with over 60 PreK-12 school districts and organizations.

This event is taking place virtually on Handshake (

Participants must register in advance and sign up for one on one and group sessions. Opportunities for current job seekers and those looking to learn more about future opportunities.


Benefits of IACAC Membership - IACAC 01/18/2022

Do you know a graduate student?

IACAC is proud to announce that membership will be FREE for full-time graduate students* for the 2021-2022 membership cycle!

For more information about the benefits of membership, visit:

Benefits of IACAC Membership - IACAC Professional Interaction With Colleagues Support in your job from the friendships you develop in IACAC. An e-mail forum for quick exchange of information with c


Lisa Miller - ISCA Member and National Finalist for the Counseling and Career Development Award for ACTE was chosen as the Region III Winner & Illinois Winner!

Lisa Miller is a school counselor at
Cambridge Junior/Senior High School in Cambridge, IL. She is also an alumni of our program!

Congratulations Lisa!

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