Aii Language Center believes that all students are full of potential and Aii has an important role to unleash those potentials. Therefore, Aii Language Center creates two main counseling programs for the students to help facilitate their learning and success in their lifelong academic and professional lives.
1) Career and college counseling
Nowadays, college education is the gateway to a better mobility and lifelong opportunities. Majority of students expect to attend higher education, but they do not have enough support and guidance they need to prepare for university that may lead to the success in professional setting.
College and career counseling programs aim to help students make more informed and better educational and career choices. Among other things, programs offer information on course offerings, career options, the type of academic and occupational training needed to succeed in the workplace, and opportunities that are associated with their field of interest.
– School Counseling
In this contemporary society, young people are driven by many emerging social factors such as media, family life and social oppression driving them to be lost or fall into the trap of emotional and behavioral disorder. In addition, being a student can be both energizing and stressful or maybe overwhelming, which affect the academic and social success. The school-counseling program provides and supports what students need to succeed on the journey as a student at Aii Language Center.
– Academic Counseling
Academic counseling focuses on helping to facilitate academic achievements. Services offered include:
• Study skills
• Time management
• Assistive technology
• Suspension and probation counseling
• Academic Fresh Start
• Faculty/staff referral system
• Change of major
• College survival skills
• Assessment interpretation
• How dropping/withdrawing from a class affects you
– Career Counseling
Career Counseling assists students in identifying majors and occupations they might find appropriate and fulfilling. Services and resources include:
• Individual career planning
• Career Assessments
• Information on educational alternatives
• Not sure what to do
• Goal setting for students in all levels
2) Personal Counseling
Personal Counseling is offered to assist students with personal issues that may interfere with short-term academic issues. Services include:
• Coping skills
• Crisis management/intervention
• Life transitions
• Community agency referrals
• Assertiveness skills
• Sexual assault referrals