New Brock Education programs create pathways, opportunities for international students

Brock University’s Faculty of Education has launched two new certificate programs to assist internationally educated students. The two programs are uniquely designed to prepare international students for community-based work settings and provide pathways into new educational and work opportunities. Students in the Canadian Culture and Education Studies (CCES) program will explore educational theory, the Canadian educational context, and Canadian culture in preparation for further postsecondary education. The Leadership in Community-based Education (LCBE) program will prepare students for leadership positions outside of the public K-12 classrooms, such as work as educational consultants, admissions counsellors, and settlement workers. “Each program provides graduates with valuable experiences for seeking employment and engaging in advanced post-secondary study,” explained Brock Education Professor Vera Woloshyn. Brock Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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