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HUMAN SERVICES

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Human Services Pathway

The Human Services Career Cluster prepares you for jobs that relate to families and human needs—from social workers to childcare providers and hairdressers. Students in human services learn and practice skills that prepare them for diverse post-high school education and training opportunities

Consumer Services

  • HFL108, 109 Family Foundations
  • HFL110, 111 Single/Independent Living

Family and Community Services

  • HFL108, 109 Family Foundations
  • HFL226 Work-Based Family Consumer Science

Early Childhood Development & Services

  • HFL231, 232 Childcare Lab 1
  • HFL322, 323 Childcare Lab 2
  • HFL242, 243 Parenting/Child Development
  • HFL128, 129 Teen Parenting / GRADS 1
  • HFL228, 229 Teen Parenting / GRADS 2

 

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