PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
TUITION & FEES
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The program will prepare graduates for employment in a number of careers in the non-profit sectors for child and youth care services, and various departments within municipal and provincial governments.
Employment opportunities exist in many settings including:
- group homes
- community and recreation centres
- family support
- residential programs
- programs for street-involved youth
- drop-in centres
- addiction services
- young offender programs
- women’s emergency shelters
- medical clinics
- after school programs
- religious organizations
- summer camps
With upcoming requirements for those working in the child and youth care field, the diploma will be the minimum accepted credential.