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Indigenous Family Support

Community Connections

Students in the Indigenous Family Support program are empowered to explore their cultural identities, find their voices and support their communities.

Pole at the WSANEC Indian School Board offices

Working conditions

Pay

As Indigenous Family Support Graduates you can earn an annual average salary of $33,000 to $44,000 per year.

Demand

There is a high demand for graduates and opportunities exist for graduates to continue training. As a graduate you may transfer into year two of the Community, Family & Child Studies program. You will also receive transfer credit towards a Child and Youth Care degree at the University of Victoria.

Connection with community

We develop and nourish working relationships with Indigenous communities to support students and community initiatives.
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W̱SÁNEĆ Relationship Agreement:
Working together with good hearts and the spirit of good will

The Indigenous Family Support program is housed within the Saanich Adult Education Centre, part of the W̱SÁNEĆ School Board (WSB), located on the Tsartlip First Nation near Brentwood. This longstanding relationship between Camosun and WSB allows you to learn within community. The formalized agreement states:

"We are committed to working together and, collectively, we honour our accountability to the students and communities we mutually serve. We work with good hearts and in the spirit of good will. We value our history together, which has been founded on developing relationships, mutual trust, and mutual respect."
Read more about the agreement.

Contact Us
Camosun College Lansdowne
3100 Foul Bay Rd
Victoria BC V8P 5J2
Camosun College Interurban
4461 Interurban Rd
Victoria BC V9E 2C1
  • 250–370–3000
  • 1–877–554–7555 (toll-free)

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