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Education

Certificate through Master's Degree 

SELECTED HUMAN SERVICES CAREER PATHS:

Family Development Worker

What services do they provide?

Works with high risk families, acting as an advocate and connecting family to community resources.  Develops plans with family based on family strengths and needs.  Helps families remain intact despite challenges and gives families the tools they need to raise happy, healthy children.

What degree is required?

Generally a B.A. or B.S.  Bilingual skills often preferred.

Salaries ranging from:  $34,440 to $47,790.  Above average growth anticipated between 2012-2022

Community Health Worker

What services do they provide?

Serves as a link/liaison between the community and health and social services and provides some health care services and counseling. Works to build/enhance health knowledge and self-sufficiency of clients in marginalized communities with limited resources.  Committed to social justice and community empowerment.  Community health workers often live in the community they serve.

What degree is required?

Certificate, A.A.

Salaries ranging from:  $35,000 to $42,000.  Above average growth anticipated between 2012-2022.

 Case Management Aide/Social and Human Service Assistant

What services do they provide?

Interview clients, assist with paperwork, help to determine what clients need, research and locate resources, their eligibility and develop treatment plans.  Coordinate services. Aises generally work in nonprofits and for state and local governments

What degree is required?

Certificate, A.A. or B.A. preferred

Salaries ranging from:  $30,830--$39,600.  11% growth anticipated between 2014-2024