Considering a career in community services or early childhood education?
Every community, whether urban or rural, needs counsellors, early childhood educators, social service workers and professionals who facilitate access and empowerment for those who are Deaf or Deafblind. If you want to make a difference in the daily lives of others, the Centre for Community Services & Early Childhood has a program for you. Our experienced faculty will help you build the skills you need to support children, families and individuals in your community.
Explore your options
Find the program that’s right for you at one of the Centre for Community Services & Early Childhood’s three schools:
School of Deaf and Deafblind Studies
School of Early Childhood
School of Social & Community Services
Learn by doing
You’ll gain hands-on experience through our broad range of community partnerships, work placements and practical learning facilities:
- Students at the School of Deaf and Deafblind Studies practice their interpretation skills using video cameras and monitoring stations in our state-of-the-art lab.
- Every program in the School of Social & Community Services includes a field placement, either with a local community agency or an international organization.
- Students at the School of Early Childhood develop real-world experience at George Brown-managed child care centres or “lab schools.”