Just as your courses are now offered remotely during this current situation, Student Services is proud to do the same by offering its first online services!
Virtual tools for psychosocial assistance and support, as well as virtual workshops provided by the Career Services, are available to help students get through these extraordinary times.
Currently, here are the distance services available to College students:
Even from a distance, our Social Worker Counselor, Pierre Bélanger, and our Adapted Services Counselor, Vickie Dessureault, are available to answer students' questions.
It’s only normal that the current circumstances would raise questions about how to manage in this situation. Come meet them online, talk about your feelings and exchange ideas with them. They are available for you!
Topics covered during the "Wellness" workshops:
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, students will be able to attend open sessions to ask questions to our speakers, who will provide practical advice on how to get through this difficult situation.
On Tuesdays and Thursdays, the workshops will focus on stress management and our counselors will address various themes such as:
Several companies are currently recruiting, despite the crisis we are going through, so our Career, Internship and Alumni Services Agent, Gabriel Cifuentes, will give virtual workshops on the topic of “How to find a job in the current situation?” to support students who lost their jobs and are looking for a new one at the moment.
During these workshops, our agent will address topics such as: “How to prepare for an online interview?”, “Which companies are currently hiring and what sectors?” and “Where do I search for a new job?”.
To support you in the pursuit of your online courses, the Documentation Centre provides online resources to help you complete your studies. These include e-books, specialist journals, educational videos, data and statistics, and much more.
To log in, go to the Documentation Centre's website by following this link: https://centredoc.clasalle.com/account
Then, identify yourself by entering this information:
If you need technical support to identify yourself to access books, periodicals or educational videos online, please write to Documentation Centre at the following address: CentreDoc@collegelasalle.com.
|June 1||Wellness Workshop - Open session with our social intervention counselor||10 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. (French) and 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. (English)|
|June 2||Wellness Workshop - Stress Management: Dealing with unexpected situations||10 a.m. (French) and 2 p.m. (English)|
|June 2||Career Services Workshop - How to find a job in the current situation||11 a.m. (English) and 3 p.m. (French)|
|June 3||Wellness Workshop - Open session with our social intervention counselor
||10 a.m. (French) and 2 p.m. (English)|
|June 4||Wellness Workshop - How to set good goals to stay motivated||10 a.m. (French) and 2 p.m. (English)|
|June 4||Career Services Workshop - Open session||11 a.m. (English) and 3 p.m. (French)|
|June 4||Career Services Workshop - How to find a job in the current situation||5:30 p.m. (French) and 7:30 p.m. (English)|
|June 5||Wellness Workshop - Open session with our social intervention counselor||10 a.m. (French) and 2 p.m. (English)|
If the students want to attend one of the sessions, they can refer to the Mio we sent them on April 1 (through Student Services). There they will find instructions on how to connect to the virtual classroom on the Adobe Connect platform.
1. Acknowledging a Stressful Moment
2. How To Acknowledge That I'm Stressed
3. Allow Yourself To React
4. Give Yourself Time to Adjust
5. Draft a New Daily Routine
1. Career Services Always There For You
2. How To Prepare Your CV And Cover Letter
3. How to Prepare for an Online Interview