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As a student in an ever changing world who can you turn to for career advice?

Youth Information Centers provide free career counseling for young people and students

Which profession should I choose? What suits me best?

Which professional choice should I make? Which path will I follow?

What should I consider when choosing a field of study and the profession that I will follow?

For a young person, the above questions are essential and are issues that concern them to a great extent, since they are called to make an important decision that will determine their future course and happiness. In a world that is constantly changing and the prospects of employment and vocational rehabilitation are ever-evolving, making such an important decision at a young age is a great challenge and in many cases a source of stress, both for young people and their families.

For this reason, the Career Guidance Service of the Youth Organization, with its experienced and qualified counselors, can help each young person individually create a personal career plan, a kind of road map, if you will.  Counselors help students put together a plan based on their abilities, skills and interests.  Together they explore which career option the student is better suited to and equip them with the knowledge and skills needed to pursue the particular prefoessional field.

ONEK Career Guidance Advisers offer young people free personalized counseling services, using tools such as the online research platform, to develop their Individual Career Plan and design their future as they see fit.

More about the ONEK Career Guidance Service can be found at  You can also contact them at 8000 27 57, where a personal appointment can be arranged with one of the consultants.

Information in Greek can be found on the following link:

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