Careers

Career Paths

Although it is not a professional training program, it provides students with foundational knowledge, skills and Experiential Education opportunities that complement professional training programs for workers with and for children and youth. Ideally, it will help students become better teachers, lawyers, doctors or nurses, social workers, activists, advocates or artists.

CCY can open doors to further study that can lead to a variety of possible ways of working with and for children and young people in:

  • advocacy
  • counselling
  • education
  • health and wellness
  • international development
  • law
  • librarianship
  • media
  • parenting
  • publishing
  • recreation
  • social work