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Career decisions can be tough. If you are a registered student, career counselling is available to help you explore your academic and career goals. During your career counselling appointment, we can discuss your career questions and provide resources to assist in your ongoing research.
Career counselling topics may include:
Here are some examples of questions or concerns to help you decide which service to use:
Counselling (located in Student Services)
If this service seems right for you, contact Student Services to book an appointment.
Career Coaching (located in the Career Centre)
If this service seems right for you, log in to CareerHUB to book an appointment, register for a workshop, or review our resources.
Academic Advising (located in the Office of the Registrar)
If this service seems right for you, Academic Advising is offered at select times each day of the week.
Are you a prospective student considering Douglas College? Are you confused about your career direction and not sure how to start your career exploration process? Attend our free workshops for information and support!
Monday, November 18th, NEW WEST, 10:00 am - 11:00 am, Room N4312
Friday, December 6th, COQUITLAM, 10:00 am - 11:00 am, Room B2030
If interested, please register by calling our receptionists at 604-527-5486 (New West)
Or 604-777-6185 (Coquitlam)
We also offer a free career exploration group workshop for current Douglas College students during the Fall and Winter semesters. Generally we offer two workshops, one at the New Westminster campus and one at the Coquitlam campus. These workshops run for two to three sessions, and focus on learning about ourselves in relation to career choice, discussing resources for researching career options, and learning about career decision making.
If interested, please register by calling our receptionists at 604-527-5486 (New West), or 604-777-6185 (Coquitlam).
Contact us to find out more.
More detailed career planning is offered (usually in Fall and Winter semesters) through our one semester credit course HUMD 1130.