CAREER GUIDANCE & COUNSELLING
Career counseling is the first essential step to make their career in any specific field or country. Thus, providing professional assistance and helping students organize their thoughts and ideas about career choices and professional goals. With our professional study abroad career counseling program, students at JMIS are able to find the best suitable colleges and universities according to their profile in any specific study abroad destination. Students can further pursue higher education as an international student without any difficulties in countries like Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore, UK, Europe, USA, and many other countries. The school has a tie-up with Gen Next Education & Internal Knowledge Centre.
WORKSHOPS, CAREER COUNSELLING & GUIDANCE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION
BY INTERNATIONAL DELEGATIONS & GLOBAL UNIVERSITIES
BIG PICTURE WORKSHOP BY STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, BINGHAMTON
A “big picture project” workshop on September 04, 2019, for Grades XI & XII was conducted by Ms. Amanda Chariot, Senior Associate Director State University of New York-Binghamton, Ms. Tisa Thompson, Assistant Director -Central Michigan University & Ms. Suchita Ohri, founders of organization “Branta ": College and Beyond.
INDIA'S GOT COLOUR CAMPAIGN BY UNESCO
UNESCO hosted the launch of the “India’s Got Colour” campaign in New Delhi, on October 14, 2019. The event included a panel discussion between Nandita Das (Actor & Director), Eric Falt, Director, UNESCO, and UNESCO Representative, and Kavitha Emmanuel, Founder, and Director of Women of Worth.
WORKSHOP BY WICHITA STATE UNIVERSITY, KANSAS, UNITED STATES
A Career Counselling workshop was conducted on April 16, 2019, by Ms. Fai and Mr. Samuel Reed from Wichita State University, Kansas, United States at J M International School. The workshop was a part of the US University student outreach program organized by Simpled.
WORKSHOP BY QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY, BELFAST, UNITED KINGDOM
Professor Dr. Rachel O' Grady and Dr. Neil Anderson from QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY, BELFAST, UNITED KINGDOM, visited J M International School and conducted a workshop on LATERAL THINKING IN ROBOTICS & ARCHITECTURE' for the students of Grades XI & XII which is extremely significant global exposure for students of JMIS in STEM SKILLS.
WORKSHOP BY SAINT MARY'S UNIVERSITY, NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA
On October 21, 2018 a Career Guidance workshop was conducted by CUAC. The Resource person was Ms. Lindsay Benoit, International Recruitment Specialist, Saint Mary’s University, Nova Scotia, Canada.
CAREER ORIENTATION SESSION BY UNIVERSITIES OF UNITED STATES
The DEANS and PROFESSORS from Universities of the UNITED STATES visited J M International School and interacted with our school students. The session was organized by Mr. Girish Ballolla, CEO, International Knowledge Center & his team which was extremely informative and fruitful.
CAREER COUNSELING WORKSHOP BY UNIVERSITIES OF UNITED STATES
The orientation was conducted by the Admission Counseling Team from the United States Universities, including Ms. Micaela Brown, University of New Mexico, Ms. Christina Hilpipre-Frischman, Director, University of St. Thomas, and Ms. Caitlin Gordon, St. Martin’s university.
CAREER COUNSELING BY CUAC, TORONTO, CANADA
Mr. Daniel Zaretsky, Chief Ideas Officer, CUAC, Toronto, Canada visited J M International School and took an interactive session with the school students about the avenues of Higher Studies in CANADA. It was an extremely informative session about the Canadian Higher Education Program which combines theoretical learning with practical experiences.
ORIENTATION BY UNIVERSITIES OF USA
Representatives from International Knowledge Centre (IKC) Mr. Girish Ballola, Founder & CEO Gen Next Education & IKC, Ms. Sheela Thyagraj, Director IKC and Mr. Benjamin Martin, Assistant Director, IKC along with the delegates of 8 reputed Universities of United States visited J M International School and conducted the August Chapter of the Higher Studies Orientation by the Universities of United States.
COUNSELING BY DELEGATES FROM TONY BLAIR INSTITUTE
Delegates from Tony Blair Institute, Ms. Radha Varsani, Finance Manager, Ms. Sandhya Gupta, Educational Consultant, Asia, and Ms. Ghanapriya, India Coordinator from Generation Global visited JM international School on October 23, 2018, and had an interactive and fruitful session with the school students.
CAREER GUIDANCE WORKSHOP BY CUAC, CANADA
Ms. Jene a senior faculty and University representative of Canadian institutions and Ms. Anjali Seth Manager(Operations CUAC) India, visited J M International School on October 14, 2015, for a detailed workshop on career guidance.
Mr. Mel Broitman, Director, CUAC and University Representative of Canadian Institutions, and Ms. Anjali Seth, Manager (Operations CUAC) India, visited J M International School on April 29, 2015, for a detailed workshop for the guidance of over 200+ Bachelor and Master Degree programs in several World-Class Public Universities of Canada.
WORKSHOP BY FRENCH FRANCHISE
A team of delegates from France visited JMIS. They shared their hands in cooking with JMIS students. In the workshop, they shared information about their culture, festivals, and Tourist places. They conversed with JMIS students’ parents too and made the event memorable forever.
SESSION BY SECRETARY OF HIGH COMMISSION OF REPUBLIC OF GHANA
Ms. Akweley Plahar-Aryee 1st Secretary of the High Commission of the Republic of Ghana visited J M International School on January 23, 2016, and interacted with the school students. An informative session was conducted by her wherein she shared their education system, lifestyle, culture, festive, etc. with the school students.
ORIENTATION BY ALGOMA UNIVERSITY, CANADA
Ms. Joanne Elvy, Director of International Recruitment at Algoma University, Ontario, Canada visited J M International School and conducted an enlightening orientation session for the school students.
VISIT - GHANA HIGH COMMISSION FOR CONTRIBUTING STORYBOOKS AND OTHER MATERIAL
On August 28, 2015, students Grade 8 of J M International School visited the High Commission of Ghana to donate storybooks and study material for the children of Ghana.
SECOND VISIT - GHANA HIGH COMMISSION FOR CONTRIBUTING STORYBOOKS AND OTHER MATERIAL
Second Visit to High Commission of Ghana to participate in an altruistic mission to donate reading material and storybooks for the less privileged children of Ghana on 11 September 2017.