PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
TUITION & FEES
The Community Support Worker program is an eight-month certificate designed to develop fundamental knowledge, skills, and attitudes in students to work with marginalized communities and individuals. Graduates are expected to work at the front line of human-service delivery settings.
The following are some of the agencies and organizations that provide these services:
- street work organizations
- group homes
- emergency shelters
- settlement agencies
- cultural organizations
- child and family service agencies
- Indigenous service agencies
- cultural societies
- personal and in-home supports for persons with disabilities
- services that support older adults
This program includes a 200-hour practicum and a 45-hour practicum seminar.