Wernersville Resident, Casey Mills, to Receive Montgomery County Counseling Association Award

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GWYNEDD VALLEY, PA (05/06/2010)(readMedia)-- On May 7, Gwynedd-Mercy College student Casey Mills, of Wernersville, Pa., will be recognized by the Montgomery County Counseling Association.

The Graduate Student Award is given annually to up and coming school counselors who are committed to the profession and have shown outstanding work.

Barbara Micucci, the president of the Montgomery County Counseling Association and American School Counselor Association's 2010 School Counselor of the Year, will present the award to Mills.

Mills will graduate on May 15 with a Master of Science in School Counseling.

Photo caption: Dan Harvey, assistant professor of School Counseling at Gwynedd-Mercy College, nominated Casey Mills, standing next to her master's thesis poster presentation, for the award.

Based on a 2009 national report from the American Enterprise Institute, Gwynedd-Mercy College ranked fourth in its category for high graduation rates. The college prepares students to become top professionals in the fields of allied health professions, arts and sciences, business, education and nursing. Founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1948, Gwynedd-Mercy College is a coeducational institution offering more than 40 associate, bachelor's and master's degree programs on a full- and part-time basis. Situated on Sumneytown Pike between routes 309 and 202 in Gwynedd Valley, Montgomery County, the college also offers degree programs for working adults through its Center for Lifelong Learning campuses in Plymouth Meeting and Philadelphia. Learn more at www.gmc.edu.