Graduates of the Human Services program are qualified to work in a wide variety of settings which can include community based settings, social service agencies, hospitals, and residential care settings. Human Services careers tend to involve contact with people, and in many instances, criminal background checks are required by employers. The work can be exciting, challenging, and very rewarding. Some examples of Human Services careers include:

  • Substance Abuse Counselor
  • Residential Counselor (e.g., group home, halfway house)
  • Youth Worker
  • Behavioral Disorder Counselor
  • Case Manager
  • Rehabilitation Counselor
  • Correctional Treatment Specialist
  • Youth Protection Specialist (Department of Social Services)
  • Gerontology Specialist
  • Child Advocate

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