Guidance Counselor - Trevon Brooks
My journey into the counseling profession started here in Paulsboro when I graduated from Paulsboro High School in 2010. I have an undeniable passion for working with the youth, after years of working in corrections I decided that school counseling was my true purpose. I received my bachelor’s degree in Criminology/Criminal Justice from the illustrious Virginia Union University. I received my master’s degree in School Counseling with a minor in crisis and trauma from Walden University. I have a variety of experiences that contribute to my overall experience as a counselor. My most recent experience has been working as the intern school counselor here at Paulsboro Jr./Sr. High School, helping students navigate through their own self-discovery related to academics, financial aid awareness, and career exploration.
What I love most about the middle school level is a student’s ability to explore more about themselves and what inspires them. This is a great time for students to discover their interests and future. I am excited to meet with students individually, in small groups, and in classrooms. As a School Counselor, my primary responsibility is to promote the academic, career, and social/emotional development of all students. It is important to me that I work closely with students and with parents/guardians, teachers, administration, and staff to ensure your student is receiving all the support they need to guide them through these vital school years.