Student Services at JP can also offer guidance and advice if you are experiencing personal difficulties that may interfere with your academic, social or family life. We want you to feel as confident as possible, so please don't hesitate to visit a Student Services counsellor if you have any questions or concerns.
Counsellors (Student Services)
A-Di Mr. Chester
Do-Ko Mr. Galloway
Kr-Ra Ms. Lebeuf
Re-Z Ms. Puckrin
Here are a few additional resources:
- The Support Network - A website which provides active support for a variety of issues as well as a 24-hour Distress Line.
- SACE - An organization devoted to helping empower individuals affected by sexual abuse and assault; also includes a 24-hour Crisis Line.
The Career Centre is designed to assist you in deciding what you want to do after high school, where you want to go and how you are going to finance your post-secondary choice. Volunteers from the community and post secondary institutions give their time to talk to our students about their education/career paths, what makes them passionate about their work, wages, job market, pros/cons, etc. Check out JPTV for a full list of upcoming "Cool Jobs" speakers. High School Student Advisors from NAIT and MacEwan meet individually with students and or parents in the Career Centre to discuss and answer questions regarding entrance requirements, tuition, application procedure, etc. The Career Centre has a wealth of material for students seeking information on scholarships, bursaries and other forms of financing post-secondary studies. The Career Centre is located in Student Services.