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Main Connect News Pursue a Career Helping Children with Limited Time Scholarship

Pursue a Career Helping Children with Limited Time Scholarship

Thursday, March 29, 2018

If you’re looking to make a meaningful contribution to the development and growth of children and youth, a career as an early childhood educator or education assistant is a great place to start. And, for a limited time, Vancouver Career College is offering scholarships to help you on your new career path.

With an emphasis on making you job-ready by graduation, the programs at Vancouver Career College are hands-on with practicum placements to put theory into practice.

Education Assistants are instrumental in helping children and youth who require extra support to achieve their full potential. The Education Assistant program will prepare you for assisting teachers in settings like elementary and secondary schools.

The practical training you’ll receive includes external certifications in American Sign Language Basics, SMART Digital Education Basics, TouchMath® Teacher Training and more!

Support children’s early learning and development and become a certified Early Childhood Educator. Through our ECE program, you’ll learn about behaviour management, childhood development, and health and safety.

With 9,300 job postings projected until 2025 (workbc.ca), there are solid prospects for those looking for a challenging, worthwhile profession.

With up to $3,500* scholarships available, it’s the perfect time to start training. Fill in the form to get started today!

*Conditions apply.

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