Human Services Diploma
Williams Lake Campus
Prepare for a career with agencies that provide support and assistance to individuals coping with economic disadvantage, mental health issues, developmental, gender and diversity issues, as well as challenges such as addiction, family change and involvement with the justice system.
Students who wish to continue their education have the opportunity to ladder into child and youth care or social work degree programs.
- Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status
- Two letters of reference
- English Studies 12/English First Peoples 12 with a minimum of 73% (or equivalent)
Do you have questions about this program?
Contact the Williams Lake Campus