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College Counseling Office Assistants Head to Fort Worth

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College Counseling Office Assistants Head to Fort Worth

Associate Director of College Counseling Charlie Runyan, College Counseling Assistant Terri Hutton, and Director of College Counseling Kristin Larsen are ready to share Fort Worth's Sundance Square with the college counseling community.

Associate Director of College Counseling Charlie Runyan, College Counseling Assistant Terri Hutton, and Director of College Counseling Kristin Larsen are ready to share Fort Worth's Sundance Square with the college counseling community.

Jackson Norman '19

Associate Director of College Counseling Charlie Runyan, College Counseling Assistant Terri Hutton, and Director of College Counseling Kristin Larsen are ready to share Fort Worth's Sundance Square with the college counseling community.

Jackson Norman '19

Jackson Norman '19

Associate Director of College Counseling Charlie Runyan, College Counseling Assistant Terri Hutton, and Director of College Counseling Kristin Larsen are ready to share Fort Worth's Sundance Square with the college counseling community.

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FWCD’s College Counseling office will host 38 college counseling assistants from 15 states across the U.S. from Feb. 19-21. The group will meet on campus as well as tour TCU and visit some of Fort Worth’s restaurants and entertainment venues. This video highlights some ideas for the college counseling professionals to visit during their stay in downtown Fort Worth.

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