School Counselor Interview Report

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Introduction

I had the pleasure to interview Mr. Daryl Hills. Mr. Daryl Hills was a long-term substitute counselor at Cone Elementary, during my first four months working there. I worked at Cone Elementary as a Tutor for AmeriCorps through Black Child Development Institute of Greensboro. He was one of the first employees I met Cone Elementary, when he discovered I was a graduate student at North Carolina A&T State University our interactions became more frequent. He was excited to know that I was pursuing my Masters in School Counseling, he spoke very highly of the counseling profession and about his experience. He always offered me help pertaining to my graduate studies if I needed anything. I did not know that he was a substitute until our initial interview. Mr. Hills has been in the counseling profession for over 15 years, most of his experience has been in higher education. He recently decided to counseling elementary aged students. Mr. Hills was not the stereotypical substitute. He was qualified, his took his work seriously, and he interacted with the students and staff well. Mr. Hills was very visible if you needed him you could always find him. He
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