Across Aotearoa there is a shortage of social workers and counsellors, so now is the perfect time to train.
It’s not easy working with vulnerable and marginalized clients and their whānau but for patient, caring and empathetic people it can be immensely rewarding
There are so many openings in the social services sector — jobs in care and protection, youth offending, courts, family and children’s services, health, mental health, alcohol and drug addiction, community support organisations, Iwi social services and more
Te Pūkenga NMIT has specific scholarships available to help you on your way to a career in social services. Go to nmit.ac.nz/scholarships
To find out more about the Bachelor of Social Work, Bachelor of Counselling and the New Zealand Certificate in Study and Career Preparation (Social work and counselling pathway) join the information session(external link) Saturday 10 December 10.30am -12noon, room S103, S Block, 73 Nile Street, Nelson.