School counsellors provide support in implementing the Career and Personal Planning curriculum and in promoting healthy school environments. They also provide direct instruction to individuals and groups in areas such as peer helping, conflict resolution, parenting, diversity and social skills. Secondary counsellors provide assistance with course selection, post-secondary planning, scholarship/bursary information and career planning.

To help you decide whether you will pursue a post-secondary education or go directly into the work force, check out the following links:

BCjobs: search jobs in British Columbia.

Career Key: provides expert help with career choices – career changes, career planning, job skills, and choosing a college major or educational program.

Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training: provides leadership and direction for post-secondary education and skills training systems in British Columbia as well as labour market information and programs.

Post Secondary BC: an informal collaborative of recruitment offices from BC public post-secondary institutions.

School Finder: search for schools, programs and careers.

WorkBC: helps people find jobs, explore career options and improve their skills.

WorkBC – Career Compass: quizzes to discover what career fits you best.

WorkLink – Career Planning

WorkBC – Career Toolkit: contains resources that are designed to help you find the right career and assist you on your career path. Research career planning resources, take a career quiz or watch career videos. You can also discover which region of the province is right for you.