Having a Bachelor of Arts degree from STU can open up a wide variety of career possibilities. Career counselling can help students clarify how their values, skills, interests and their STU experience can help shape their career development.
Career counselling is counselling that focuses on students’ educational, personal, and work concerns to help students manage their own learning, self-awareness, personal development, and career decisions. Students see career counsellors to help work through these types of questions:
- What can I do with my STU degree or with my major?
- What graduate programs would interest me?
- I feel lost at university. I’m not sure what to do about it.
- I know what I DON’T want for a career, but I’m not sure what I DO want.
- I have so many interests, but I’m not sure how those translate into the world of work.
- I know I want to help people after I graduate, but I don’t know how to do it for paid work.
Free career development workshops and career advising are also available to St. Thomas University students through the Career Development and Employment Centre on UNB’s Fredericton Campus. If you are thinking about what you can do with your degree program, need help identifying possibilities within your field, or having difficulty locating career information, the CDEC is here to help. For more information, please contact 453-4620, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the UNB Campus Career Centre in 58 MacKay Drive, Neville Homestead.