Teachers and Counsellors

As educators, we spend a lot of time thinking about the best career choices our potential and current students can make and how to help turn that choice into a reality.

The debate about which form of post-secondary education is the best for career success has come to the forefront in recent years, and for good reason. With the increase in skilled labour opportunities, advances in engineering and technology, and the necessary administrative supports growing with them, a college education is in demand.

We want to provide you with the facts about a college education, and explain how Newfoundland and Labrador’s public college system is the right choice for your students. Feel free to contact us to arrange a campus tour, have one of our recruitment officers visit your classroom, or to speak with one of our administrators, instructors or school deans to see how an education at CNA can set anyone on the path to success.

  1. Here’s a list of our campus administration and school Deans.

  2. How can I schedule a school visit from a Student Development Officer or Guidance Counsellor?

    No problem! Just reach out to one of our Student Development Officers or Guidance Counsellor's and they will gladly arrange for you to have a tour of our facilities, speak with instructors and see where our programs are offered.

  3. How can I ensure students with disabilities are prepared for the transition to college?
    We have Accessibility Services Coordinators who would be happy to assist you in determining what documentation each student needs to have upon leaving high school. A current assessment with a statement of diagnosis, for example, is required to ensure they receive the Learning Disability (LD) related supports they will need in college. They must also have documentation that is current (within 5 years) to avail of Canada Student Loan disability related grants.
    We have lots of information we can share with you, so a brief conversation with one of our coordinators can make a tremendous difference to a successful transition for your students.

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