Welcome to the School of Community Services
Conestoga’s School of Community Services is a leader in translating students’ passions for working with people and making a difference in community into successful careers in human services and community safety.
Within the clusters of Community Safety and Human Services, we offer a full range of programs to suit your interests and career aspirations. Whether you have an interest in making a difference in the lives of others, supporting the needs of individuals and families, or protecting and serving our community and its members, there is a program here to meet your needs and interests. Our career-ready graduates are well-prepared to address real-world needs and make a difference in today’s rapidly changing world.
Choose from pre-career preparation programs that introduce you to possibilities and strengthen your academic skills to programs that will lead to a successful career across a wide range of credentials, from apprenticeships and certificate programs to diplomas, graduate certificates and degrees.
At Conestoga, you will learn from faculty members with extensive community services, academic and research experience as you develop the practical knowledge and theoretical skills required to launch your future career. Through state-of-the-art learning facilities that include college-operated child and youth development centres, an on-campus EMS station and a high fidelity live fire training site, you will have multiple opportunities to engage in active learning experiences that will build your skills and develop the critical thinking required to solve problems and help shape your successful future. Please browse through our website to learn more about admission requirements, course descriptions and program designs.
We encourage you to contact us for more information about how Conestoga’s School of Community Services can provide you with the skills and abilities that will give you a competitive advantage on the road to success.
I look forward to seeing you on campus soon.
Goranka Vukelich, PhD
School of Community Services
Conestoga College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning