About the courseAre you passionate about social and environmental change, enjoy working with groups, and wish you could help connect people to services and opportunities in their community? Then the Community Development Work program is for you.This offering will prepare you for an interdisciplinary field, working with groups experiencing marginalization. Youll build skills in critical thinking of matters such as social justice, anti-oppressive practice, sustainable development, community engagement, community asset-mapping, fundraising, team building, collaborative leadership, project management, research and project evaluation.Expert guest speakers, field trips, and collaborative projects with local and international NGOs attached to student learning evaluations and assessments will all be components of this programs courses and learning outcomes. Youll also learn from experienced and passionate faculty members who come from a diverse range of local and international community development settings and educational backgrounds.Perhaps the most unique aspect of this program is how youll connect theory to practice through field placement learning opportunities. Youll engage in field placement opportunities/on-the job internship experiences with organizations, institutions and social enterprises actively engaged in community work.Please note: This program is taught using a combination of modalities. Courses may be delivered face-to-face, online, or in a blended/hybrid combination of both online and traditional classroom teaching.Program Highlights The Community Development Work program will provide you with the opportunity to practice your acquired knowledge under the supervision of community practitioners in two separate real-world fieldwork settings during the third and fourth semesters. Youll be exposed to opportunities for international development placements. As a student of the School of Community and Health Studies program, youll work in communities to advocate for chang
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AboutCentennial College of Applied Arts and Technology is a diploma- and degree-granting college in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is the oldest publicly funded college in Ontario. its campuses are situated on the east side of the city, particularly in Scarborough, with an aerospace centre at Downsview Park in North York.
Centennial College has come a long way since its inception in 1966, blossoming from a local community college into an internationally-recognised institution that welcomes students from all over the globe.
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Ashtonbee Campus - Centennial College of Applied Arts and Technology
75 Ashtonbee Road Toronto, ON M1L 4N4, CanadaOpen in maps See all courses at this campus
Ashtonbee is home to the School of Transportation and is one of the largest automotive and aircraft technology training centres in Canada. It’s also home to selected Community and Health studies programs.