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2023 Jazz Camp
This camp for middle and high school students features classes in jazz improvisation and ear training, as well as instrumental master classes. Big band rehearsals include rhythm sectionals and combos, and participants enjoy professional performances by the guest faculty each afternoon. June 11-16; Full Day Tuition-$399.
The Human Services program is not accepting new students beginning fall 2023. Please visit with an advisor to plan your pathway.
The field of human services includes career paths in many of the "helping" professions. Jobs are varied, including child welfare worker, crime victim advocate, case manager, residential youth counselor, addictions counselor, mental health technician, community outreach worker, family services advocate, disability services specialist, probation/parole officer, abuse prevention educator and elder care specialist. Students may often work with professionals from a wide variety of fields, such as social work, health care, welfare, courts, schools and private and public agencies.
Human services workers provide direct client and indirect support services. They assess clients' needs, help clients find appropriate benefits and services and assist clients obtain these and other resources. They may assist individuals with daily living skills, including providing emotional support. Human service professionals can also organize and lead group activities or assist with community organization and development.
This degree provides professional preparation for helping careers, understanding human behavior and policy/program development, with internship opportunities that provide real work experience. Through this program, students learn how to help people overcome obstacles in their lives by developing interpersonal and intercultural communication skills.