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Human Services Programs

Palm Beach State College

Human Services Programs Human Services General

When I walked into Palm Beach State College, I had no idea what direction I wanted to go in. Through great supervision by my professors, excellent classes and two internships, I was able to get on the right track. Now I’m a social worker doing what I love.

Youth Development

Tammy C. Malloy, M.S.W.

Director, Intern Education/Assessment Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches, Inc.

On-the-Job Training Internships are an integral part of our programs. You’ll complete a clinical fieldwork experience in an agency or organization of your choice, under the supervision of qualified professionals. Students may be offered jobs while training in their selected field.

sites/centers • • • • • •

mental health family planning crisis rehabilitation therapy hospice

Visit us online to see a list of fieldwork sites where Human Services students do their internships.

Ellen Ryan, Ph.D. Assistant Director/Coordinator B.S.W. Program, FAU

The Florida Department of Children and Families is proud to partner with Palm Beach State College. The benefits of community service, volunteerism and internships with DCF are widespread, enhancing the classroom instruction to better prepare students for a career in social services. Elisa Cramer Director of Communications, Palm Beach County Florida Dept. of Children and Families

Continue Your Education

Visit online with your smartphone QR code reader!

Certified Addiction Professional (CAP) Palm Beach State’s CAP program is designed for people who seek employment as a drug and alcohol abuse counselor. The program prepares students to take the Florida state exam required to become a Certified Addiction Professional. Search for “CAP” on our website to learn more about this in-demand profession.

www.palmbeachstate.edu

For more information call 561-967-7222

www.PalmBeachState.edu

Human Services

Palm Beach State College is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its facilities, educational programs, employment or activities without regard to race, color, creed, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, marital status, veteran status, or disability. Palm Beach State College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the associate and baccalaureate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Palm Beach State College. The Commission should be contacted only if there is evidence that appears to support an institution's noncompliance with an accreditation requirement or standard. Printing was supported through the Carl D. Perkins Vocational & Technical Postsecondary Education Section 132 grant.

CRM 07110025

life–changing

www.palmbeachstate.edu/HumanServices.xml 561-868-3792

The need for social workers is expected to grow twice as fast as any other occupation in the coming decade. The partnership between Palm Beach State and FAU School of Social Work facilitates the student’s attainment of the B.S.W. and entry into a challenging and fulfilling career.

Your Pathway to Success


Change the world

A

careers

one person at a time…

Human Services – General

Youth Development

counselors

CONCENTRATION

outreach workers

Associate in Science Associate in Applied Science

Associate in Science Associate in Applied Science

Human Services Specialists work as:

re you a caring, concerned person who wants to improve the lives of others? Consider a career in human services. At Palm Beach State College, you can turn your desire to help into a lifelong profession..

case managers mental health technicians behavior modification specialists and more

Your Human Services Career Path

Helping people in a variety of settings:

Start with an associate degree: In just two years, you can earn an Associate in Science (A.S.) or Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Human Services at Palm Beach State. Or, you can begin with an 18month college credit certificate (CCC).

social service agencies rehabilitation/treatment facilities

Next, a bachelor’s degree: More than 90

nursing or group homes

percent of our associate degree graduates go on to pursue a four-year degree:

afterschool programs government and community agencies

B.A.S. Be a supervisor: Palm Beach State’s Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Supervision and Management is a great option, with concentrations in both General and Health Management. www.palmbeachstate.edu/Bachelor.xml

Social Worker

B.S.W. Work directly with people in need: Florida Atlantic University’s

MSW at FAU

Bachelor of Social Work program will accept your Palm Beach State credits.

Complete your master’s degree: B.S.W. graduates can continue at FAU and receive their Master of Social Work degree in just one year.

Learning designed with you in mind You’ll gain essential knowledge and skills in courses taught by licensed social work and mental health professionals. Internships provide real-world experience, networking opportunities and job prospects. Convenient class schedules require just two days a week on campus, plus online classes.

BSW at FAU

Choose from two Human Services tracks:

The General Human Services track will train you for an entry-level position as a human services specialist, counselor, job coach, outreach worker, case manager or behavior modification specialist in areas such as: • family counseling • drug and alcohol abuse • child/adolescent services • elder care • supporting individuals with social, economic, mental or emotional challenges

Supervisory Role

College Credit Certificates

BAS degree

The Human Services and Youth Development college credit certificates prepare students for entry-level jobs in social service and youth program settings. CCC credits transfer into the Human Services associate degrees.

nurturing

AS/AAS degree CCC

pathway

caring

at Palm Beach State College

Small class sizes offer personal attention.

www.palmbeachstate.edu/HumanServices.xml

Financial aid and scholarships are available for qualified students.

561-868-3792

CONCENTRATION Choosing the Youth Development track will equip you to become a youth worker in community-based environments such as: • recreation programs • youth counseling • child, family and school social work • residential care centers, group homes and other youth work settings


Change the world

A

careers

one person at a time…

Human Services – General

Youth Development

counselors

CONCENTRATION

outreach workers

Associate in Science Associate in Applied Science

Associate in Science Associate in Applied Science

Human Services Specialists work as:

re you a caring, concerned person who wants to improve the lives of others? Consider a career in human services. At Palm Beach State College, you can turn your desire to help into a lifelong profession..

case managers mental health technicians behavior modification specialists and more

Your Human Services Career Path

Helping people in a variety of settings:

Start with an associate degree: In just two years, you can earn an Associate in Science (A.S.) or Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Human Services at Palm Beach State. Or, you can begin with an 18month college credit certificate (CCC).

social service agencies rehabilitation/treatment facilities

Next, a bachelor’s degree: More than 90

nursing or group homes

percent of our associate degree graduates go on to pursue a four-year degree:

afterschool programs government and community agencies

B.A.S. Be a supervisor: Palm Beach State’s Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Supervision and Management is a great option, with concentrations in both General and Health Management. www.palmbeachstate.edu/Bachelor.xml

Social Worker

B.S.W. Work directly with people in need: Florida Atlantic University’s

MSW at FAU

Bachelor of Social Work program will accept your Palm Beach State credits.

Complete your master’s degree: B.S.W. graduates can continue at FAU and receive their Master of Social Work degree in just one year.

Learning designed with you in mind You’ll gain essential knowledge and skills in courses taught by licensed social work and mental health professionals. Internships provide real-world experience, networking opportunities and job prospects. Convenient class schedules require just two days a week on campus, plus online classes.

BSW at FAU

Choose from two Human Services tracks:

The General Human Services track will train you for an entry-level position as a human services specialist, counselor, job coach, outreach worker, case manager or behavior modification specialist in areas such as: • family counseling • drug and alcohol abuse • child/adolescent services • elder care • supporting individuals with social, economic, mental or emotional challenges

Supervisory Role

College Credit Certificates

BAS degree

The Human Services and Youth Development college credit certificates prepare students for entry-level jobs in social service and youth program settings. CCC credits transfer into the Human Services associate degrees.

nurturing

AS/AAS degree CCC

pathway

caring

at Palm Beach State College

Small class sizes offer personal attention.

www.palmbeachstate.edu/HumanServices.xml

Financial aid and scholarships are available for qualified students.

561-868-3792

CONCENTRATION Choosing the Youth Development track will equip you to become a youth worker in community-based environments such as: • recreation programs • youth counseling • child, family and school social work • residential care centers, group homes and other youth work settings


Change the world

A

careers

one person at a time…

Human Services – General

Youth Development

counselors

CONCENTRATION

outreach workers

Associate in Science Associate in Applied Science

Associate in Science Associate in Applied Science

Human Services Specialists work as:

re you a caring, concerned person who wants to improve the lives of others? Consider a career in human services. At Palm Beach State College, you can turn your desire to help into a lifelong profession..

case managers mental health technicians behavior modification specialists and more

Your Human Services Career Path

Helping people in a variety of settings:

Start with an associate degree: In just two years, you can earn an Associate in Science (A.S.) or Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Human Services at Palm Beach State. Or, you can begin with an 18month college credit certificate (CCC).

social service agencies rehabilitation/treatment facilities

Next, a bachelor’s degree: More than 90

nursing or group homes

percent of our associate degree graduates go on to pursue a four-year degree:

afterschool programs government and community agencies

B.A.S. Be a supervisor: Palm Beach State’s Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Supervision and Management is a great option, with concentrations in both General and Health Management. www.palmbeachstate.edu/Bachelor.xml

Social Worker

B.S.W. Work directly with people in need: Florida Atlantic University’s

MSW at FAU

Bachelor of Social Work program will accept your Palm Beach State credits.

Complete your master’s degree: B.S.W. graduates can continue at FAU and receive their Master of Social Work degree in just one year.

Learning designed with you in mind You’ll gain essential knowledge and skills in courses taught by licensed social work and mental health professionals. Internships provide real-world experience, networking opportunities and job prospects. Convenient class schedules require just two days a week on campus, plus online classes.

BSW at FAU

Choose from two Human Services tracks:

The General Human Services track will train you for an entry-level position as a human services specialist, counselor, job coach, outreach worker, case manager or behavior modification specialist in areas such as: • family counseling • drug and alcohol abuse • child/adolescent services • elder care • supporting individuals with social, economic, mental or emotional challenges

Supervisory Role

College Credit Certificates

BAS degree

The Human Services and Youth Development college credit certificates prepare students for entry-level jobs in social service and youth program settings. CCC credits transfer into the Human Services associate degrees.

nurturing

AS/AAS degree CCC

pathway

caring

at Palm Beach State College

Small class sizes offer personal attention.

www.palmbeachstate.edu/HumanServices.xml

Financial aid and scholarships are available for qualified students.

561-868-3792

CONCENTRATION Choosing the Youth Development track will equip you to become a youth worker in community-based environments such as: • recreation programs • youth counseling • child, family and school social work • residential care centers, group homes and other youth work settings


Human Services Programs

Palm Beach State College

Human Services Programs Human Services General

When I walked into Palm Beach State College, I had no idea what direction I wanted to go in. Through great supervision by my professors, excellent classes and two internships, I was able to get on the right track. Now I’m a social worker doing what I love.

Youth Development

Tammy C. Malloy, M.S.W.

Director, Intern Education/Assessment Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches, Inc.

On-the-Job Training Internships are an integral part of our programs. You’ll complete a clinical fieldwork experience in an agency or organization of your choice, under the supervision of qualified professionals. Students may be offered jobs while training in their selected field.

sites/centers • • • • • •

mental health family planning crisis rehabilitation therapy hospice

Visit us online to see a list of fieldwork sites where Human Services students do their internships.

Ellen Ryan, Ph.D. Assistant Director/Coordinator B.S.W. Program, FAU

The Florida Department of Children and Families is proud to partner with Palm Beach State College. The benefits of community service, volunteerism and internships with DCF are widespread, enhancing the classroom instruction to better prepare students for a career in social services. Elisa Cramer Director of Communications, Palm Beach County Florida Dept. of Children and Families

Continue Your Education

Visit online with your smartphone QR code reader!

Certified Addiction Professional (CAP) Palm Beach State’s CAP program is designed for people who seek employment as a drug and alcohol abuse counselor. The program prepares students to take the Florida state exam required to become a Certified Addiction Professional. Search for “CAP” on our website to learn more about this in-demand profession.

www.palmbeachstate.edu

For more information call 561-967-7222

www.PalmBeachState.edu

Human Services

Palm Beach State College is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its facilities, educational programs, employment or activities without regard to race, color, creed, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, marital status, veteran status, or disability. Palm Beach State College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the associate and baccalaureate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Palm Beach State College. The Commission should be contacted only if there is evidence that appears to support an institution's noncompliance with an accreditation requirement or standard. Printing was supported through the Carl D. Perkins Vocational & Technical Postsecondary Education Section 132 grant.

CRM 07110025

life–changing

www.palmbeachstate.edu/HumanServices.xml 561-868-3792

The need for social workers is expected to grow twice as fast as any other occupation in the coming decade. The partnership between Palm Beach State and FAU School of Social Work facilitates the student’s attainment of the B.S.W. and entry into a challenging and fulfilling career.

Your Pathway to Success


Human Services Programs

Palm Beach State College

Human Services Programs Human Services General

When I walked into Palm Beach State College, I had no idea what direction I wanted to go in. Through great supervision by my professors, excellent classes and two internships, I was able to get on the right track. Now I’m a social worker doing what I love.

Youth Development

Tammy C. Malloy, M.S.W.

Director, Intern Education/Assessment Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches, Inc.

On-the-Job Training Internships are an integral part of our programs. You’ll complete a clinical fieldwork experience in an agency or organization of your choice, under the supervision of qualified professionals. Students may be offered jobs while training in their selected field.

sites/centers • • • • • •

mental health family planning crisis rehabilitation therapy hospice

Visit us online to see a list of fieldwork sites where Human Services students do their internships.

Ellen Ryan, Ph.D. Assistant Director/Coordinator B.S.W. Program, FAU

The Florida Department of Children and Families is proud to partner with Palm Beach State College. The benefits of community service, volunteerism and internships with DCF are widespread, enhancing the classroom instruction to better prepare students for a career in social services. Elisa Cramer Director of Communications, Palm Beach County Florida Dept. of Children and Families

Continue Your Education

Visit online with your smartphone QR code reader!

Certified Addiction Professional (CAP) Palm Beach State’s CAP program is designed for people who seek employment as a drug and alcohol abuse counselor. The program prepares students to take the Florida state exam required to become a Certified Addiction Professional. Search for “CAP” on our website to learn more about this in-demand profession.

www.palmbeachstate.edu

For more information call 561-967-7222

www.PalmBeachState.edu

Human Services

Palm Beach State College is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its facilities, educational programs, employment or activities without regard to race, color, creed, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, marital status, veteran status, or disability. Palm Beach State College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the associate and baccalaureate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Palm Beach State College. The Commission should be contacted only if there is evidence that appears to support an institution's noncompliance with an accreditation requirement or standard. Printing was supported through the Carl D. Perkins Vocational & Technical Postsecondary Education Section 132 grant.

CRM 07110025

life–changing

www.palmbeachstate.edu/HumanServices.xml 561-868-3792

The need for social workers is expected to grow twice as fast as any other occupation in the coming decade. The partnership between Palm Beach State and FAU School of Social Work facilitates the student’s attainment of the B.S.W. and entry into a challenging and fulfilling career.

Your Pathway to Success

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