Do you struggle with finding your career path? Are you struggling with job searching? Preparing for an interview? Writing a resumé?
If so, vocational counseling can be helpful to you!
The definition of success as per the Oxford dictionary, is "the accomplishment of an aim or purpose". An old view of this word often included attaining wealth and power. However, this is not the aim or purpose of all people. Our counselors are here to help you to explore and identify your purpose in work. Some people work to live, and others live to work. Some people place work as a central part of their lives, while others prefer to have other priorities, with work as a less important focal point. Interest, abilities, financial need, time demand, and life situation may all impact career choice.
Here are some situations in which vocational/career counseling may be helpful for you:
-You are a college student and are thinking about changing or establishing a major, but are unsure about making that decision
-You are a college graduate having difficulty finding your first job post-graduation, either in your field of study or in another field
-You have become unemployed and are struggling to find a new job
-You are looking for a job, however are struggling with writing a resumé and cover letter, or are trying to prepare for an interview
-You are mid-career, however finding yourself feeling bored or disinterested in your work. You may feel that a career change is needed.
-You have acquired a disability, and are unsure about how to find and navigate new pathways to reach your vocational goals
Several of our counselors have specialized training in assisting people with finding their career path and attaining stable gainful employment. For those with disabilities, including physical, medical, psychiatric, and developmental, our counselors can help in considering your needs in searching for the ideal job and career path. By considering your strengths and interests, working with a counselor can help you to identify and apply for jobs that you are likely to excel in and enjoy. Counselors can help you to identify and attain accommodations that are necessary in order for you to perform your job and reach your vocational goals.
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