Social Service Worker


Course Description

Social Service Workers help individuals and families deal with broad and complex issues such as poverty, access to needed social supports, reduction of oppression and social prejudice, educational challenges, mental health, addictions, abuse, illness and loss. This program will prepare you for the rewards and challenges of supporting people as they change and grow.

Social Service Workers work with adults, seniors, children, families and youth in need of support. Prepare for a variety of job opportunities:

  • Case workers.
  • Social service positions with municipal, provincial and federal governments.
  • Front-line workers in group homes, employment offices, corrections, residential treatment programs, community agencies, business and industry.

Is it for you?

Does this sound like you? Students who thrive in social service work are:

  • Passionate about helping others.
  • Seeking new challenges.
  • Able to draw strength from their own life experiences.
  • Interested in opportunities for personal growth.

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