College students are often faced with problems in daily living which interfere with their studies, social relations, personal growth and ability to plan for the future. A professionally trained counsellor is available to help students gain more knowledge about themselves and their environment and make more effective use of their own resources. A wide range of personal, social, educational and career problems can be discussed with counsellors.
Champlain subscribes to Career Cruising, an interactive career resource designed to help in your career search. Go to the Career Library for the username and password to access the site. Now available to Champlain in both English and French! Also, explore career options at Career Navigator at the http://www.jobbank.gc.ca/ site or visit Service Canada at http://www.jobfutures.ca/ for career and educational planning. Emploi-Quebec also maintains a website http://www.headingforsuccess.com/ aimed at college level students that profiles 120 careers that offer excellent employment prospects.
Making informed decisions about present and future career goals is based on a sound knowledge of existing alternatives. The Career Library can help students in this process by providing them with current and easily accessible education-related information. It provides calendars and directories of educational institutions. Application forms to Canadian universities and colleges are also available.