As part of the mandate to develop educators that meet the needs of the African Nova Scotian community, the Delmore “Buddy” Daye Learning Institute has partnered with Acadia University to deliver the Master of Education in Counselling program with a focus on Africentricity.
The Cohort is a 3 year, part-time, nationally accredited program that is designed for teachers pursuing a career in school counselling and for individuals pursuing counselling careers in the agency environment.
The Masters of Education in Counselling Program is dedicated to the preparation of leaders in the counselling profession.
(Back row left to right) Natalie Hodgson, Sarah-Ann Upshaw, Tracy Grouse, Gillian Thorp, Shawn Grouse, Kelli Ross, Faith Eweka, Danita Williams, Amy Parsons, Robin Reid and John Moshett
(Seated) Dr. Deborah Day- Acadia, Sheila Lucas Cole- DBDLI, Dr. Ron Lehr- Acadia and Yvonne Atwell- DBDLI
(Participants not in photo) Trevor Boyd, Jay Jarvis, DeRico Symonds, Raytia Turney, Kimberley Cain, Shawn Mantley, Delroy Mullings and David Phillips.