Welcome to the Human Services Program!
The Human Services major prepares students for careers in social change by providing students with the theoretical and skill-based background necessary to practice in micro, mezzo, and macro arenas (with individuals, programs, and policies).
Students take academically rigorous courses relevant to the field while honing their skills through our extensive experiential educational opportunities. Through courses, service-learning, co-op and internships, students acquire professional skills related to counseling, nonprofit management, political advocacy, and organizational and community development.
Interested in critical reflection on global service-learning? Our very own, Lori Gardinier, authored a chapter on the evolution and elements of the capacity building project our students participated in their Dialogue of Civilizations.
Faculty may not be aware of the tremendous responsibility we assume leading global programs until it is tested.
Please join the Latino Student Cultural Center during the Cesar Chavez Film Screening. Discussion led by Patrick Reyes, Ph.D. (ABD), M.Div., M.A. of The Center for Spirituality, Dialogue and Service.
HUMAN SERVICES NIGHT at the Improv Asylum at 7:oopm. Sit back and enjoy as you watch some of Boston’s best comedians perform.
Full week of events.