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Southern Region Events

Counselor Workshops

Previously called the Fall Counselor Workshops, these free workshops provide school counselors with the information they need to help students prepare for college and career success. Seats are limited, so sign up now for a free session near you.
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For counselors who are not able to attend a local workshop, we are also offering online workshops. Learn more.


SRO Webinar Series

The Southern Regional Office (SRO) Webinar Series offers free, live and interactive webcasts that provide a global platform for learning and interacting. The series promotes equity and access for all students. Topics shared will allow you to learn, to grow and to connect your students to college and career success opportunities.

Learn more and register


Southern Regional Forum

The 2014 Southern Regional Forum is an interactive gathering where you can network with, learn from and collaborate with peers in your region from across the K-16 spectrum. This meeting provides K-12 and higher education professionals with an opportunity to collaborate.

The 2014 Southern Regional Forum will be held February 20-21. Check back soon for more information.


Student Search Service®Workshops

Student Search Service workshops address the current economic challenges and demographic shifts that have affected admission offices across the country. Participate in a free workshop near you and learn how Student Search Service can help you become more strategic in your outreach to prospective students.

Visit the Student Search Service workshop page for more information about the workshops being offered.


Middle Level Conference

As part of our efforts to help all students develop the skills needed to succeed in college, the Middle Level Conference provides the opportunity for participants to learn how to maximize professional learning communities, identify funding for middle grades programs, build an academically rigorous program for all students and much more. Choose from16 sessions designed for middle school and district administrators, counselors and curriculum specialists.

Check back soon for more information.


AP Summer Institute for Administrators

Discover how to build and support your school or district's AP program at the AP Summer Institute for Administrators. Learn how to identify and secure funding, recruit and mentor new AP teachers, optimize AP data reports to inform instruction and much more in over 20 sessions designed for school and district leaders.

The 2013 AP Summer Institute for Administrators will be held June 19-21 in Jacksonville, Fla.

Learn more and register.


Historically Black Colleges and Universities Conferences

The Historically Black Colleges and Universities Conference is an invitation-only, two-day professional development event specifically designed for chief academic officers; deans or directors of admission, recruitment or enrollment; and directors of financial aid.

Learn more about the conference and look for an email invitation to arrive soon.


AP Summer Institutes

Gain the support and training to strengthen your AP course and learn effective teaching strategies to implement in the classroom. Each summer, teachers from around the world come together at College Board-endorsed AP Summer Institutes to exchange ideas and information about AP courses and exams and to participate in more than 30 hours of subject-specific professional development opportunities.

Visit AP Central today to search and register for an AP Summer Institute.


College Board Institute on Financial Aid

Learn the essentials of financial aid during a weeklong professional development event. Connect with your colleagues as you develop knowledge of the fundamentals and learn from seasoned professionals in the field.

Learn more and register.


AP®, Pre-AP® and SAT® Professional Development Workshops

As part of our efforts to help all students develop the skills needed to succeed in college, the College Board offers professional development programs to K–12 teachers, counselors and administrators.

Our intensive workshops enable education professionals to:

  • Learn strategies to help more students achieve college success
  • Exchange ideas with peers in a stimulating environment
  • Start and support an AP program with best practices from College Board-endorsed colleagues in each subject area
  • Receive continuing education units

Registration for 2013-14 AP, Pre-AP and SAT professional development workshops will open July 1. Visit AP Central for more information and to register.


Fall Counselor Workshops

Learn about the programs, tools and services that can help you prepare your students for college success. Fall Counselor Workshops provide an annual forum for educators to share best practices and receive updates on program developments designed to better serve students in the new school year.

Learn more and register


Contact Us

The College Board
Southern Regional Office

3700 Crestwood Parkway, Suite 700
Duluth, GA 30096-5583
Telephone: 866-392-4088
Fax: 770-225-4062
Email: southern@collegeboard.org

Florida Office
1545 Raymond Diehl Road, Suite 250
Tallahassee, FL 32308
Telephone: 850-521-4900
Fax: 850-521-4921
Email: southern@collegeboard.org

South Florida Office
200 South Park Road, Suite 160
Hollywood, FL 33021
Telephone: 954-874-4340
Fax: 954-874-4341
Email: southern@collegeboard.org

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  • Southern Regional Office
  • The College Board
  • 3700 Crestwood Parkway
  • Suite 700
  • Duluth, Georgia 30096
  • Phone: (866) 392-4088
  • FAX: (770) 225-4062
  • Send us a message. SRO services the following states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.

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