Counselors are trained to respond to many of your personal issues and concerns. Some of the issues with which you may want a counselor's assistance are: managing your stress, dealing with family or relationship conflicts, and coping with your grief and bereavement due to the loss of a loved one.
Appointments are encouraged; drop-ins are also welcome. A counselor is available during regular office hours. All services are free and confidential.
Counseling services are available in the Student Success Center (Blue Bell) and the Student Success Center (Pottstown). Also available by appointment is individual career counseling for current or former MCCC students.
At your request and for those issues requiring more long-term assistance, referrals can be made to resources outside the college.
Cooperative/Internship experiences offer students the opportunity to gain valuable work experience in their field of study. For more information call 215-641-6567 for Central Campus, or 610-718-1936 for West Campus. Interested students may also contact the academic program director or faculty coordinator of their appropriate discipline.
When Kathleen R. McElvenney was laid off from her job with an insurance company after 26 years of employment, she embraced the change as an opportunity to pursue a career she always wanted.