Job ID 23744
We are seeking Indigenous applicants for the Community Health Worker Training Program.
This full-time, 12-month program is hosted by Anishnawbe Health Toronto, in partnership with George Brown College and Miziwe Biik Aboriginal Employment & Training. Eight students complete curriculum and field placement for 3 terms from Monday to Friday. The program is a combination of on-line courses and practical skills training. Successful completion of this program leads to a George Brown College certificate and the qualifications to enter the second year of their Community Worker Diploma Program.
Who should apply?
- Applicants who are eligible for funding from Miziwe Biik
- Writing level of about Grade 9 or 10 (Ontario) Applied or Academic
- Have left school for reasons beyond their control
- Little/no experience in the social work field (or have demonstrated reason to apply to the program)
- Not able to gain acceptance from George Brown’s School of Community Service and Early Childhood without this program
- Live in the Greater Toronto Area (G.T.A.)
Required for on-line study
- Computer with webcam, headset/microphone
- Good Internet Connection
ZOOM Information Sessions: Please contact Darlene: firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a link and for further details.
Applicants are invited to submit their cover letter responses (see below questions on page 2), resume and 2 references (letter or contact info) by Tues. March 14, 2023. Send to: Darlene King, Coordinator, Training Unit, Email: email@example.com | Anishnawbe Health Toronto; 179 Gerrard Street East; Toronto Ontario; M5A 2E5, Fax: 416 920.8876.
People With Disabilities Are Encouraged to Apply.
Miigwetch to all applicants.
Please Note: Only those selected for an interview will be contacted
WHAT TO PUT IN THE COVER LETTER
- Tell us about yourself
- Why do you want to attend this program?
- What you are doing now?
- Why you left school?
- How would you commit yourself to this program?
- What you hope to do after program completion?
* You may include anything else you wish, to help your chances.