Wagner Certificate Program Year 2: 2018- 2020 Cohort

The Wagner Paraprofessional Certificate Program is an intensive two-year certificate program which trains human service volunteers to help children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings including schools, hospitals, counseling centers, and community agencies. The program requires a two-year commitment of one full day per week for 30 weeks each year. In addition, during the second year students are required to do field work.

Wagner Alumni Group PM

Graduates of the Wagner Certificate Program come together to continue their learning and invest in professional development. This program is only open to alumni of the Wagner Program and requires acceptance prior to enrollment. For more information contact wcceataju.edu.

Wagner Human Services Paraprofessional Certificate Program

The Wagner Paraprofessional Certificate Program is an intensive two-year certificate program which trains human service volunteers to help children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings including schools, hospitals, counseling centers, and community agencies. The program requires a two-year commitment of one full day per week for approximately 25-30 weeks each year. In addition, during the second year students are required to do field work.

Wagner Alumni Group PM

Graduates of the Wagner Certificate Program come together to continue their learning and invest in professional development. This program is only open to alumni of the Wagner Program and requires acceptance prior to enrollment. For more information contact wcceataju.edu.

Wagner Certificate Program - Year 1 - '18-'20 Cohort

Five New Student Skill Building Sessions from 9am-1pm: August 22, 29, September 26, October 3, 10. Classes begin October 17, 2018 and end May 29, 2019 from 9am-3:30pm. non-class days: November 21, December 26, January 2, March 20, April 17, 24 The Wagner Paraprofessional Certificate Program is an intensive two-year certificate program which trains human service volunteers to help children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings including schools, hospitals, counseling centers, and community agencies.