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Youth Care Workers work with other medical and mental health professionals to help children and youth overcome social, emotional, behavioural and mental health issues. If you can see yourself working with young people to empower them to overcome their daily challenges, consider a career as a Child and Youth Care Worker. As a compassionate professional, you will work with other industry professionals to determine the best course of action for the well-being of children, adolescents, and their families.
Graduates from Eastern College leave the program with skills and knowledge acquired from theoretical study, practicums, and field placement experience that ensures they have a well-rounded foundation of skills.
A field placement is also included as part of this program.
Inquire here for further course information, program start dates, tuition fees, tuition assistance programs and more.
Graduates of the Eastern College NS Diploma in Child and Youth Care Worker are eligible to receive admission with advanced standing to Mount Saint Vincent University (MSVU) Child and Youth Study Degree Program. Students must meet the requirements for admission for transfer students described in the MSVU calendar.