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Journal of Education and Practice, v6 n23 p57-65 2015

School counsellors play significant role in the total development of students in respect to career choices. In view of that career development interventions are provide to support the provision of information to guide students make well informed choices in personal, academic and social aspects. This study thus, aimed to examine whether the role of the school counsellor has any influence as well as guide students in their bid to choose career. Using the mixed method approach the study sought answers to; what specific role the school counsellor play to assist SHS students' career choice and also whether there is any significant relationship between the role played by school counsellors and students' choice of career. Results from the study showed that students strongly agreed that career guidance and counselling, career goal identification, organization of career days and conferences, administration of occupational interest inventory on students were among career intervention roles by the school counsellor influence their choice of career. Further, there was a positive correlation between the role of the counsellor and its influence on students choice of career. it is thus recommended that frequent intervention programmes need to be provided to support students make well informed choices.

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, School Counselors, High School Students, Career Choice, Counselor Role, Counselor Client Relationship, Mixed Methods Research, Career Guidance, Career Exploration, Vocational Interests, Interest Inventories, Correlation, Student Attitudes, Student Surveys, Interviews

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Author: Amoah, Samuel Asare; Kwofie, Isaac; Kwofie, Faustina Akosua Agyeiwaa

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=2270&id=EJ1079015







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