A two-quarter Internship (H SER 140/141 and 240/241) is required for completion of the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Human Services, and a one quarter internship is required for all Human Services Certificates. Internships play a critical role in preparing for employment in the field of social and human services by beginning the process of accumulating experiences along with one’s education.
Internships are available in work with youth, families, victims of domestic violence, substance abuse treatment, elder care, individuals with mental illness, people with developmental disabilities, housing and many, many other areas of need. Internship sites include an array of community-based non profit organizations, and those sponsored by state, county, and municipal services.
A brief advising session can provide you with the guidelines and resources for setting up your Human Services internship. Internships must be set up and ready to begin prior to the quarter enrolled.
Human Services Program Manager
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