Social Service Worker
Duration/Start: 2 years
Work with individuals, groups and communities to develop strategies and programs to proactively address social challenges, including poverty, addiction, abuse and mental health issues. This program, with an Indigenous focus, will prepare you with the knowledge and skills to make a meaningful contribution.
Gain practical skills and knowledge in counselling and interviewing, professional communication and proposal writing while also learning more about Indigenous cultures through hands-on activities and field trips. Through your placements, you will explore
roles in community health, education and institutional environments.
Work on the front lines of social services for provincial, municipal and private agencies. Gain experience in
community health centres, justice services, long-term care facilities, social service departments, schools,
youth centres, outreach services, addiction centres and mental health services.
This is a competitive entry program. Please make sure you review the complete admission requirements for this program and use an SSW Program Application Checklist to help you submit a complete application.