Placement Students (Child & Youth Worker), Day Treatment Programs:

CHILD & YOUTH WORKER – STUDENT PLACEMENTS
Day Treatment Programs
(Kindree P.S, Glenhaven P.S, Lorne Park P.S, Caledon South, Caledon East)
Fall 2019
File # Student 19-003

Peel Children's Centre is looking for highly skilled, experienced and enthusiastic Child and Youth Worker students to assist in providing direct clinical service to children/youth in our Day Treatment Programs of Kindree, Glenhaven, Lorne Park, Caledon South, and Caledon East. As a student completing placement within our programs in Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon, you will play an important role in the implementation of treatment plans while ensuring the safety and well-being of all clients.

Peel Children's Centre is an accredited children’s mental health organization that provides a continuum of high quality mental health services for children, youth and their families who are experiencing social, emotional and/or behavioural challenges. Our services are provided in a dynamic, client-centered environment that values flexibility, accessibility and responsiveness. For additional information on Peel Children’s Centre and our programs, please be sure to check out our website at www.peelcc.org.

Please note, this is an unpaid internship/placement that will commence in Fall 2019. All successful candidates must provide a satisfactory vulnerable sector police records check and reference check prior to the commencement of placement. In addition, all students must participate in a mandatory orientation to the program.

Program Summary
Our Day Treatment Program provides a safe, accepting, supportive classroom environment for children experiencing serious emotional, behavioural, or relationship difficulties in their school, and often their home and community.

Under the direction of the Day Treatment Supervisor and/or his/her designate (Day Treatment Counsellor/Field Instructor), the Child and Youth Worker Student will participate in an active learning role as a member of a multi-disciplinary team and participate in the learning of a Day Treatment Counsellor Assistant. Under the Direction of the Supervisor and/or his/her designate, the Student must ensure, to the extent possible, the safety and well-being of clients in a day treatment setting and be sensitive to client needs.

The successful incumbent will:
  • Currently be pursuing their third year of education within the Child and Youth Worker Diploma (3 year);
  • Have had a minimum of one previous placement(s);
  • Possess knowledge of mental health issues and the have the ability to apply behavioural skills;
  • Have above average interpersonal and communication skills (both oral and written);
  • Be able to maintain confidentiality;
  • Possess a proven ability to use tact and judgement in a respectful manner and the ability to apply these skills in a variety of settings;
  • Have an ability to learn as a part of a multi-disciplinary team and the ability to work collaboratively under the guidance of a Supervisor and/or Field Instructor;
  • Have basic computer literacy to operate computerized client care information system and word processing, spreadsheet, Internet and email software;
  • Possess reliable transportation to fulfill commitment as a Student with the program.


At Peel Children’s Centre we value diversity in our workplace, our clientele and our communities. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse workforce and encourage all qualified candidates to apply no later than May 13, 2019.

If this position is of interest to you, please submit a cover letter and resume, referring to “File # Student 19- 003 – Day Treatment Programs”, via email to hr@peelcc.org

In your covering letter, please include: the program you are interested in, the length of the placement that you require, the hours per week of your placement as well as your availability.


We appreciate your interest, however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

Peel Children's Centre will make every effort to accommodate any needs of candidates through the hiring process, under the Ontario Human Rights Code and Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Please inform us if you require any accommodations during the hiring process

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