|Faculty:||Faculty of Applied Science & Community Studies
|Field of Study:||Family and Community Services
|Description:||This diploma will teach students how to facilitate and organize a grassroots effort, equipping you with skills to empower a local, regional or international community to bring about change. Students will get real-world experience through the program's 575+ hours of field placement, and you'll benefit from our professors' strong connections in the community
Some of the skills students will gain are: community engagement and leadership, advocacy and conflict resolution, partnership and coalition building, human rights and community organizing, and fundraising and grant writing.