Wondering what to do with your life? Not sure how to find a summer internship? Wondering if graduate school is right for you?
Vocational counseling can help you! It assists students with the developmental aspects of the career decision making process and with all levels of job preparation.
Through reflective questioning, collaborative discussions, and assessment feedback, the vocational counselor will guide you through a thoughtful examination of the factors that impact your decision-making.
Many students opt to take one or more career assessments. The Strong Interest Inventory and the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, are two of the most widely used assessments available today. We also offer several other personality and interest assessments, and there are many assessments available online that can help you explore your interests, skills, values, and personality, and how these relate to career selection.
We have two online career exploration programs, Career Cruising and Type Focus, exclusively available for use by SFS-Q students. These programs provide personalized career suggestions and links to labor market information, career descriptions and statistics.
The vocational counselor will also help you discover extra-curricular activities, employment options, and internships, which will provide you with experiential opportunities related to your vocational goals. Job preparation training and workshops, such as resume writing, interview skills, and networking are also offered.
For additional information, or to schedule an appointment, please contact the Student Vocational Office.
First Floor, 1G08-1G19
Georgetown University, SFS-Q
P.O. Box 23689
Phone: +974-4457-8330 or +974-4457-8577