Child and Youth Care instructor Carys Cragg talks about her book, ‘Dead Reckoning: How I Came to Meet the Man Who Murdered My Father’, why she wrote it and how the experience informs her work.
Like many of her peers, Gursimran Mann had planned to transfer to university after completing two years at Douglas College. But once the psychology student heard about the Bachelor of Arts in Child and Youth Care (CYC) program from a fellow Student Ambassador, her transfer plans went out the window. “When I started at Douglas,... Continue Reading →
Ravina Dhaliwal’s final years of high school weren’t easy. As a new mother and a student working towards graduation, she juggled a lot of responsibilities. But with the help of her school’s aboriginal support workers, she stayed on track. In fact, the experience inspired her to pursue her own career as an aboriginal support worker.... Continue Reading →
Meredith Graham has faced many difficulties in life. She left home when she was a teenager, couch surfed, and graduated high school while living in a group home. She also has bipolar disorder. But none of that has stopped her from pursuing her career and educational goals. Meredith works as a youth and family development... Continue Reading →