Career and Guidance Education
Changes will not be effect until after Tuesday, September 3. Students will be called to guidance in the order that they submit the request.
The Guidance and Career Education Program is a vital and integral part of the secondary school program. Through this program, students will acquire the knowledge and skills that they require in order to learn effectively, to live and work cooperatively and productively with a wide range of people, to set and pursue education and career goals, and to carry out their social responsibilities.
The program is delivered through various means, including classroom instruction, orientation and exit programs, completion of the individual Pathways Plan, career exploration activities and individual assistance and short-term counseling.
The goals of the guidance and career education program are outlined in the policy document entitled Choices into Action: Guidance and Career Education Program Policy for Elementary and Secondary Students, 1999.
Appointments can be requested by talking with the secretary in Student Services or by contacting a teacher-counselor. St. Theresa Student Services Department encourages students and parents/guardians to participate fully in the programs, workshops, lessons and individual sessions intended to assist students in moving successfully toward their post-secondary destinations. In addition, students are assisted in accessing the following community agencies and resources:
- St. Theresa Chaplain Services
- Children's Mental Health
- Hastings & Prince Edward County Health Unit
- Children's Aid Society
- Attendance Counselling
- Local Police Service
- Job Connect
- Addiction Assessment Counselling
For more information please contact:
Guidance Dept: 613-968-6993 Ext 2009
Excellent websites to assist students with academics and post secondary career goals:
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