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 Child and Youth Care - Indigenous Specialization
SchoolConfederation College
LocationThunder Bay, ON, Canada
School TypeCollege
School SizeFull-time Undergraduate: 7,745
Length1 Year(s)
Entry Grade (%)*
Prerequisites NotesProgram Requirements (for domestic students): Degree or diploma from an accredited university or college in the Human Services program area.

Program Requirements (for international students):
  • A four-year degree from an accredited university or college in the Human Services field (minimum of 1st division); original transcripts as well as a notarized, translated copy must be provided where applicable and a minimum of six backlogs/failures.
  • English Proficiency; and Academic IELTS: 6.5, no band lower than 6.0.
  • Cost
    International: $20,475

    This cost estimate represents the full tuition. Please note that fees are estimated and are subject to change. Fees shown on this page are for full-time students attending the main Thunder Bay campus.

    DescriptionIs working with targeted young people using a social justice framework important to you? Become a Child and Youth Care professional, with a unique Indigenous specialization, to help children and youth find their voice.

    Engage and empower targeted children and youth facing adversity, while gaining a unique grounding in the communities of northwestern Ontario. Confederation College’s Child and Youth Care (CYC), Accelerated program provides you with a unique experiential specialization focused on serving Indigenous youth and their families. You will gain the skills and knowledge needed to cultivate resilience and self-advocacy with young people, helping them to find their voice. Using life-space intervention, in a variety of relational practice contexts, is the cornerstone of the CYC professional identity. Subjects and skill sets fostered include relational understandings of self, others and community; developmentally and culturally responsive practices; Indigenous models of healing and wellness; trauma and crisis interventions; advocacy, social justice and rights-based approaches; and community engagement. Graduates will have a thorough understanding of current trends in CYC practice, while their unique professional identity can serve them locally, regionally or beyond.
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