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The Current Student page has information about available services and activities including: Athletics (including clubs & recreation), Student Life activities (including the Student Leadership Academy), Counselling, Accessible Learning Services, Library Learning Commons, tutoring, peer coaching, technical support and more.
Field placement plays an important role in this program. Second year students can expect to be in placement two days a week for a total of 448 hours, and third year students can expect to be in placement three days a week over 28 weeks (includes both semesters one and two) for a total of 704 hours.
The first year provides students with an opportunity to develop a solid foundation of skills to build upon. The subsequent academic courses come to life in a wide range of supervised field placements in the second and third years of the program.
These placements may take place in professional settings such as:
Child and Youth Care graduates have found employment as workers in:
Graduates of the Child and Youth Care program may qualify for advanced standing in other programs at George Brown College. Some examples include (but are not limited to):
Graduates are also eligible to apply for the degree completion program in Child and Youth Care at Ryerson University and Humber College.
Students are eligible for membership in the Ontario Association of Child and Youth Counsellors (OACYC), the professional association representing Child and Youth Workers in the province of Ontario.
For further information, see georgebrown.ca/transferguide.
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