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Carrie Sanders

Carrie Sanders, Assistant Professor

Carrie Sanders
Carrie Sanders, Assistant Professor

School of Education
2016 VT CRC (0302) 1750 Kraft Dr. 
Blacksburg, VA 24061
540-231-8652 | cbrill@vt.edu

Carrie Sanders is an Assistant Professor in the School of Education. 

  • Self-Efficacy of School Counselors
  • Middle School Career Counseling
  • Experiential Learning in Higher Education
  • Ph.D. Virginia Tech
  • M.A.Ed. Virginia Tech
  • B.S. Appalachian State University
  • Virginia Counselors Association Executive Board Member
  • Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Member

Journal Articles

Sanders, C. & Beane, D.G. (in press). Universal language, different responses: Using music

to teach Multiculturalism in Experiential activities for teaching social justice and advocacy

competence in counseling.

Sanders, C. B., Welfare, L. E., & Culver, S. (2017). Career counseling in middle schools: A

study of school counselor self-efficacy. The Professional Counselor, 7(3), 238-250.

Sanders, C. & Havlik, S. (2015). Career development for students experiencing homelessness.

Career Convergence-Web Magazine. National Career Development Association.

Sanders, C. (2015). What gives the puzzle pizzaz? In Goodrich, K. & Luke, M. (Eds.). Group Work Experts Share Their Favorite Supervision Activities. Association for Specialists in Group Work.

Burton, E., Dahlen, K., Hilton, R., King S., and Patterson, R.  (2013) Administrator Guidelines for Band Director Evaluation American School Band Director Association.

  • “A School-University Collaboration for Curriculum Development for the People’s Republic of China,” 2009, $85,268, Fulbright-Hays Study Abroad Program, U.S. Department of Education.  Co-Director with Dr. Jianliang Wang, Western Kentucky University. (Grant Virginia Tech)
  • “A School-University Collaboration for Curriculum Development for the People’s Republic of China,” 2006, $80,000, Fulbright-Hays Study Abroad Program, U.S. Department of Education.  Co-Director with Dr. Jianliang Wang, Western Kentucky University. (Grant Virginia Tech)
  • “A School-University Collaboration for Curriculum Development for the People’s Republic of China,” 2002, $64,000, Fulbright-Hays Study Abroad Program, U. S. Department of Education.  Co-Director with Dr. Jianliang Wang, Western Kentucky University. (Grant Virginia Tech)
  • “A Study of the Feasibility of a Hampton Roads Regional Educational Cooperative,” 1997, $78,697, Norfolk VA Public Schools.

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