Our Licensed Professional Counselors help students move from undecided to certain about their program at Mott Community College and future career.
How do you decide which career or program is best for you? Our Licensed Professional Counselors can help you explore your personality, interests, values, and how these help build a foundation for career exploration. Counselors also provide personal counseling for life issues that impact your ability to be a successful student.
Our Licensed Professional Counselors can help:
- Guide you in researching and planning a career
- Assist and guide you to resources in the Career & Enrollment Center
- Interpret career assessment results
Counselors are available to meet with prospective and current students who are undecided about their major or career plans. Common career assessments include the Focus 2, MBTI, and iStartStrong.
Career Counseling is a commitment and appointments are available for students. Career counseling appointments are 45-50 minutes in length. The first session will explore career assessments and what may be best for you. Once you complete a career assessment you will schedule a follow up with the Counselor to discuss your results. It is helpful to read about Informed Consent prior to your first appointment; however, we will also review Informed Consent during your first appointment. Call 810-762-0111 to make an appointment.
Career & Enrollment Center
The location now serves a dual purpose of being a registration center, which is where the registration staff service students, and also where students report with their referral for career service needs. Students may ask advisors or counselors for a referral form during their personal session, then registration staff proctor the various prescribed career resource offering (assessment, employment application development software, occupational information/statistics, etc...).
Our Counselors are available to help students cope with life issues. Confidential short-term personal counseling is available for you.
Anxious about meeting your counselor for the first time? Read your counselors biography before meeting to help calm your nerves
Could you use help with transportation, bills, or mental health? Check out all of the various local resources at your disposal to support your education.