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External Accreditation: Graduates may register with OCSWSSW for a Registered Social Service Worker designation (optional).*
*Extra fees may apply
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Students have the opportunity to develop practical skills and gain valuable work experience by completing a 400-hour placement in the last two semesters of the program.
Through our strong ties to over 200 field agencies across the GTA, students can find placements suited to their interests in a variety of settings, from immigration and settlement services to food banks, and from cultural community services to governmental agencies.
Students also have the option to apply for one of our exciting international placements (i.e. India, Jamaica).
Attain Additional Designation of RSSW
Graduates of the Community Worker program will be awarded the professional designation of Community Worker (CW).
The Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW) recognizes the CW program as equivalent to any Social Service Worker program offered in Ontario at a College of Applied Arts and Technology. See List of Social Service Work Programs web page for details. As such, CW graduates are eligible to apply for a certificate of registration with the OCSWSSW and can also apply to receive the designation of RSSW (Registered Social Service Worker). Additional fees for registration apply. Visit the OCSWSSW Fee Chart web page for more information.
Future Study Options
Students who successfully complete this program may qualify for advanced standing in Community Economic and Social Development at Algoma University, as well as programs in Social Work at Algoma University, Ryerson University and York University.
For further information, see georgebrown.ca/transferguide.
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