Carving paths for future

Career Guidance

Career education and guidance at GMS 

The department of Career Counselling at GEMS Millennium School helps students to discuss about their concerns about career and educational choices.

We keep an early focus on career counselling in order for students to determine their strengths, weaknesses, interests, and aptitude. Students have individual and group sessions where a personal analysis of their ideas, feelings and choices are done. 

Grade 9 

Counselling sessions for our Senior school,  use diverse tools, such as Unifrog (Career Guidance partner), ASSET, CAT-4 survey results. These sessions empower the students to have a deeper perspective and a sense of career self-awareness. It provides essential support and boosts the morale of a student and builds their motivational level. They are also educated on the Dos & Don’ts while planning their career.

Grade 10, 11 & 12

The aim is to help senior secondary school students narrow down on the career options, so that finding the right career or college becomes easier.

Mindler, an independent schools careers service offer a comprehensive career guidance testing to determine student’s aptitudes and help both parents and students learn about how a career map can be planned. Students are made aware of the new and diverse career options available to get a great start in their professional lives.

In addition to this, students are also guided through the university application process and to determine next steps related to admission process by the School Counsellor. The Counsellor also holds interactives sessions, creates opportunities for students and parents to connect with, university representatives and subject experts through Career fairs & pre-planned workshops.

A career corner has been added to the student’s virtual classroom interface, which all the grade 9 to 12 students have an access to. Any information related to careers, newsfeeds, upcoming workshops will be uploaded on this corner. It will keep our students and their parents well informed about any career related activities.