Education & Human Services Pathway

Education & Human Services

Education and Human Services

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Do you enjoy teaching, learning, and collaborating? Do you want to inspire others and help them learn and grow?

Programs in this LCP are designed for students who want to advocate for the welfare of children, leverage technology to increase the effectiveness of teaching and learning, or are considering careers as teachers, administrators, or assistants in a variety of educational settings.

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Explore Majors and Careers related to
Education and Human Services

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Most majors can prepare students for a wide variety of occupations. The following list reflects a range of options, some of which require advanced degrees. Please note that this is not exhaustive list.

  • Case Management Aide
  • Child Care Provider
  • Child Welfare Specialist
  • Community Outreach Worker
  • Elementary School Teacher
  • Educational Administrator
  • Family Services Advocate
  • Guidance Counselor
  • High School Teacher
  • Librarian
  • Mental Health Worker
  • Middle School Teacher
  • Preschool Director
  • Etc…

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Need more info on these and other Occupations? Check out:

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Occupational Outlook Handbook

Need help choosing a major or career goal? We can help!

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Division Deans/Managers

  • Elizabeth Riley, Health Occupations Division
  • Colleen McKinley, Educational Partnerships and Programs

Counseling Faculty

  • MiaSarah Walsh (Academic)
  • Kevin Castillo (Academic)
  • Clara Ross-Jones (Career)
  • Marvelina Graf (Transfer)

Instructional Faculty

  • Angie Beck

Success Coach

  • Nayeli Duenas

Social Work Intern

  • Dani Alderete

Academic Support Rep

  • Cindy Bertea

Data Coach

  • April Bracamontes

Interested in learning more about the Education and Human Services LCP?

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Plan to transfer?
The Transfer Center is here to help! Meet with a counselor or a university rep, attend workshops, learn about important timelines and more!

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Check out our Upcoming Events to learn more about our programs and network with people who have similar interests to you.

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Programs in this pathway can help you develop these skills:

  • Relating well to others
  • Active listening
  • Oral and written communication
  • Social perceptiveness
  • Creative thinking
  • Instructing
  • Learning strategies
  • Adapting to change
  • Problem-solving

Programs in this pathway may appeal to people with these interests:

  • Encouraging and supporting others
  • Helping people overcome challenges
  • Making a difference in peoples lives
  • Teaching and collaborating with others
  • Identifying and sharing resources
  • Helping people be their best

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These resources can help you link your transferable skills to occupations that require them.

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Need help identifying your broad interests? Check out these interest inventories.

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