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Main Connect News Why You Should Become a Social Services Worker?

Why You Should Become a Social Services Worker?

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Have you ever wanted a fulfilling career where you can make a more significant impact on your community? Social service workers help relieve people from their problems by advocating for social justice and overall life improvement in vulnerable communities. Working as a social services worker leads to making a difference in individuals' lives, which results in systematic changes that help everyone.


Our Social Services Worker – Professional program equips students with the professional skills to work in a wide range of situations, such as helping families through crisis and working with trauma victims. Vancouver Career College prepares graduates to start professional careers with positions throughout the community.


"My instructor tailored our lesson specifically to our learning style. She was patient, kind and gave specific real-life examples of scenarios pertaining to our own coursework. All of these factors and more made it different than any other campus. Vancouver Career College is a warm, welcoming, and helpful place," says Lori G., Social Services Worker program graduate.


The Social Services Worker - Professional program at Vancouver Career College is designed to prepare students for successful and rewarding careers. Special attention is given to three populations' specific needs: youth, Aboriginals, and people affected by addiction. These populations tend to be the most marginalized in society.


Learn from industry-experienced instructors who are also social services professionals. This 59-week diploma program offers employment in various settings, including family social services agencies, group homes, correctional facilities, community mental health communities, aboriginal agencies, and much more.


If you see yourself working in any of these settings and want to become a voice for those who can't be heard, you can learn more about the hands-on training you need to excel in this career. Apply Today!

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