Do you want a career in justice? A Justice Studies diploma opens doors to many opportunities, including Aboriginal Focus, Correctional Services, Law Enforcement and Youth Justice.Learn more
Do you want to learn skills that focus on community and addiction? You can learn skills to identify and manage addiction in various populations, including Aboriginal communities.
Focus on Health and Human Services Management
We were very excited to welcome our first graduating class from the HHSM program in June 2017! After the hard work and dedication of completing all 10 courses in the program, these students are ready to enter the job market as leaders in the Health and Human Services sector.
Early Learning and Child Care
This is a career that will give you the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children, families and communities. Your learning will include child development, family dynamics, play, and program planning that will equip you to support the healthy development of children through child-centered learning experiences.
Imagine a career where you make a difference every day by enhancing the quality of life of people with disabilities. You can work as an autism therapist, behavioural specialist, or a team leader in adult services.Learn more
Focus on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder Education Certificate
The on-line Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Education certificate prepares you to understand the unique challenges of FASD due to the variety of ways alcohol affects brain development. This certificate gives you the tools to provide quality care for individuals with FASD.
Would you like to work with teachers in an educational setting to support children with diverse learning needs and exceptionalities? This program gives you the skills necessary to work with children supporting their cognitive, psychological and social development.
"I have gained significant professional and personal growth in this program! The passionate instructors share their experience, strength, and hope for a brighter future for people with disabilities and society as a whole."
Recipient of the Disability Studies Program Career Award and the Dean's Scholarship Award
A career with a positive differenceYou can build a career that makes a positive difference in your community. You have the commitment, dedication, and vision. We're here to help you make those dreams a reality.
Faculty & Staff
Dean, School of Community Studies
Dr. Cherylyn Cameron
Dr. Cherylyn Cameron is the dean of the School of Community Studies and the School of Creative Technologies at Bow Valley College. After receiving her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Alberta and a Master of Arts in Education from Central Michigan University, Dr. Cameron attended Ontario Institute for Studies in Education/University of Toronto and completed a PhD in theory and policy studies. Her dissertation, “The Lived Experience of Transfer Students from a Baccalaureate Nursing Program,” won the Best Dissertation Award from the Council of Study of Community Colleges in the United States. Dr. Cameron has taught and held several senior administrative positions in the post-secondary system for over 25 years. As the founding dean for the School of Creative Technologies, she is committed to academic excellence balanced with learner-centred principles in teaching and learning to educate skilled and confident professionals in communication, information, and design technologies.Meet Our Team
Thursday Sep 28, 2017
2nd Floor Atrium, South Campus
Community and Volunteer Fair
Explore volunteer opportunities in your community.
Learner academic support
Student Engagement Officers
Our team of Student Engagement Officers support learners with:
- academic advising
- course registration and scheduling
- work experience and co-op work term
- networking opportunities with local businesses
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