Apply to the program

Welcome to the HRHP Training Program Application Page!

Through the admissions process, we aim to understand you as an individual: your passions, your goals, and why you believe the JCI HRHP Training Program is the right fit. Our Admissions Office reviews each application meticulously, seeking evidence of the following qualities:

  • Intellectual curiosity

  • Desire to be part of a small college community

  • Ability to thrive in a self-directed environment

  • Entrepreneurial spirit and desire to share knowledge with others

  • Passion for fertility awareness and holistic approaches to sexual and reproductive health

Application Requirements

To be considered, please ensure that your application is complete and contains the following components:

  • Completed application form

  • Official transcripts of all academic work, including prerequisite courses (see below). Transcripts must be sent directly to the College at admissions@justisse.ca, with English translations if necessary.

  • Two letters of recommendation

  • Application fee: $295 CAD

How to Apply

If you meet the program requirements and are ready to apply, follow these steps:

To fulfill the Prerequisites, we ask that you:
a. Possess a minimum of a 2-year undergraduate degree/diploma in any field, or provide evidence of equivalent learning through training and/or experience. Include reference letters from mentors/supervisors or notarized copies of certificates to support your claim.
b. Demonstrate credit for a college-level 101 or equivalent anatomy and physiology course, or provide evidence of current, active health practice (e.g., nurse, naturopath, osteopath, TCM, midwifery). Online courses are acceptable.
c. Have charted your menstrual cycles (using any fertility awareness method) for a minimum of 6 cycles.

Complete Your Application
The HRHP Training Program has two start dates: April 1st and October 1st. The application deadline for an April 1st start is January 31st, and July 31st for an October 1 start date.

Prepare the following information for your application:
a. List specific work and study experience and/or training and evaluation that you have in the fields of female biology, female reproductive health and fertility, but also other relevant areas such as nutritional and complementary medicine or research in physiology, endocrinology, anatomy, or biochemistry.
b. List significant texts you have studied in the above-mentioned areas.
c. Provide copies of transcripts from any formal education (degrees, certificates, diplomas) and name the program and institution/organization along with your grades or outcome of evaluation, or a reference letter for any educational experience that did not result in a certificate.
d. Provide letters of reference from mentors/supervisors for non-formal or institutionalized educational experiences (if applicable).
e. Include a character reference from two persons who are not your relatives. These letters should detail the referees’ field of work and their relationship with you. These references must be sent directly to us, not as part of your application package.
f. List any relevant work or volunteer experience in healing and helping, counseling or coaching.
g. Attach a 1500-word statement of intent, explaining your motivation to become an HRHP and your aspirations in contributing to the field.

Submit Your Application
a. Ensure that your application is submitted as a complete package with all supporting documentation.
b. Any supplementary documentation sent along with your application must be readable and in PDF or JPEG format.
c.
Official transcripts and Letters of Reference sent directly to the College must be received before the application deadline.

* Please ensure that your application is submitted as a whole, with all supporting documentation sent together. Make sure that any supplementary documentation that is sent along with your application is readable, and in either PDF or JPEG form. Official transcripts and Letters of Reference that are to be sent to the College directly must be received prior to the application deadline.

When you have gathered all the required documentation and written your Statement of Intent, please initiate the application process by clicking the link below. If you have any questions or need assistance during the application process, feel free to reach out to our admissions team at admissions@justisse.ca.

Statement of non discrimination

Justisse College International does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity).

Tuition assistance

Justisse College International tuition assistance is a Reproductive Justice initiative that’s intended to support students with financial need, who intend to work with marginalized communities upon graduating from the HRHP program.

Please note that a financial commitment of $300 CAD per month is the minimum requirement for ALL students, including recipients of tuition assistance.

If you cannot afford full tuition on your own or through borrowing, then you are welcome to apply here. Please note, this form is separate from the application form. Your application for tuition assistance will be reviewed in conjunction with your application.

What happens now?

After your submitted application is received, it will be reviewed by the faculty. If you are eligible for the program, you will be invited to an application interview. For any clarifying questions, please contact admissions@justisse.ca. We look forward to hearing from you!