Optometrists help us see the world; career counsellors help us see our potential.

Now what? Career assessments

Perhaps you’ve spent two to four years in an educational program and you are not sure of your next step. Possibly you didn’t really enjoy the program but completed it because of the financial investment already made or because finishing something you start is what you do. Many people faced with not finding a job, end up going back to school or continue to wonder “what do I want to do when I grow up”. No matter where you are in your career progression, taking time out to evaluate your career goals, and who you are in relationship to the world of work, is a worthwhile investment of your time and energy.

 

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What people say of Carol

Having Carol as a professor was the missing piece in my development as a Career Counsellor. She brought out the best in me by consistently demonstrating that great teaching motivates and inspires lifelong learning. I still draw on her leadership and positive influence to help me continue to reach further and take the risks I need to succeed in growing my business.

Harlene Weijs, Career and Work Counsellor Program, Toronto, ON

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