Coordinate, plan and direct life and career planning activities and experiences for students from 8th to 12th grade. These activities should help students develop awareness of subject choices and possible career options, to assist them in the development of their goals, plans and vision for the future.
Acting as lead advisor to the senior class and advising several individual seniors each year, providing academic and personal counseling.
Develop partnerships and collaborative relationships with individuals and agencies in the community and with Admissions Officers in universities.
Provide student success instructions on a variety of topics including study skills, stress and time management and communication skills
Maintaining and disseminating information about standardized tests such as SAT, CAT, and TOEFL, helping to administer exams, and working with the Registrar to arrange for or extended time on these tests, as warranted
Organize in-depth self-assessment workshops, including interest and personality testing. Offer skills development workshops (such as resume writing, interview skills) and Career Planning Groups
Give guidance in identifying appropriate universities to consider and the application procedures with a special focus (though not limited to) the UK, USA, Canada, Singapore and Australia.
Guide students through application process, including advising on the creation of a positive application package.
Guide teachers on reference writing for applications
Organize College Counselling Fairs