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Social and Community Supports Programs

An Early Childhood Education student works with kids at Kingstec Campus.

Explore programs that lead to careers in the social and community supports industry:

  • Addictions Community Outreach
    Get the knowledge and skills you need to work as an addictions community outreach worker, addictions prevention worker or other human service program provider.
  • American Sign Language (ASL) Studies
    Learn American Sign Language and build your understanding of Deaf culture.
  • American Sign Language/English Interpretation
    Be a conduit for the hearing and non-hearing worlds – interpreting English in a hearing context and American Sign Language in a Deaf-cultural context.
  • Behavioural Interventions
    Get the specialized skills you need to support clients with emotional and behavioural disorders, including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
  • Child and Youth Care
    Specialize in the development and implementation of therapeutic programs for children and youth.
  • Community Recreation
    Promote active, healthy living and build the skills you need to organize and deliver high-quality recreation programs for individuals of all ages and abilities within our communities.
  • Criminal Justice
    Contribute to community safety by gaining the skills you need to work in the field of corrections and criminal justice.
  • Disability Supports and Services
    Support individuals with disabilities to achieve their goals for full and enriched lives.
  • Early Childhood Education
    Fulfil your passion for the care, education and development of children.
  • Emergency Management
    Gain the knowledge, skills and experience to effectively prepare for, manage and respond to disasters.
  • Funeral and Allied Health Services
    Build the essential skills and knowledge you need for two career paths – Funeral Directing and Embalming.
  • Funeral Arranging and Directing
    Develop the essential skills you need to serve clients and families, while apprenticing as a funeral director.
  • Law and Security
    Prepare for a career in security – working as a protection officer in government, private sector security and private policing organizations.
  • Library and Information Technology
    Develop your people skills, advanced computer skills, attention to detail and love of learning.
  • Mental Health Recovery and Promotion
    Work with individuals affected by mental health issues and help to promote mental health, recovery and wellness.
  • Nonprofit Leadership
    Master the complex and dynamic skills you need to make an impact in the nonprofit sector.
  • Occupational Health and Safety
    Turn your concern for safety into a rewarding career developing and maintaining healthy and safe work environments.
  • Social Services
    Create change in your community and enhance the quality of life of the individuals you serve.
  • Therapeutic Recreation
    Enhance quality of life by facilitating recreation activities for individuals who experience barriers to health and leisure activities.