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

I have had the pleasure of working with Carol: first as a Career and Work Counsellor in training at George Brown College, and then later as a Practicum Supervisor working with several of her students. In both capacities, Carol demonstrated her deft touch as an Employment Specialist, encouraging and mentoring those she teaches and works with to excel and master the skills and knowledge required in this field. Carol is extremely experienced and insightful, and she shares her expertise willingly and openly. She is a gifted teacher and facilitator. She is forthright, has a great sense of humour and is the embodiment of professionalism.

Lisa Kelly, Employment Placement Specialist at RNC Employment Services

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