Human Services careers are related to economic, political and social systems. These include education, government, law, law enforcement, leisure and recreation, military, religion, child care, social services and personal services.
Would You Be Attracted to Human Services Careers?
Human Services careers appeal to people who enjoy interacting with other people and who are interested in helping people solve their problems.
- Are you friendly, open, understanding and cooperative?
- Do you like to work with people to solve problems?
- Do you feel it is important to do something that makes things better for other people?
- Do you like to help friends and family with problems?
- Do you enjoy reading, storytelling, traveling or tutoring young children?
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Human Services : National Career Clusters
Planning, managing and providing education and training services and related learning support services.
Planning, managing and performing marketing activities to reach organizational objectives.
Executing governmental functions to include governance, national security, foreign service, planning, revenue and taxation, regulation, and management and administration at the local state, and federal levels.
Is College Right For Me? College is For Everyone!
By studying hard, planning strategically and leveraging the right resources, students can succeed in high school, college and in life. MCC is focused on student success from admission to enrollment and to graduation and beyond. MCC is committed to providing the assistance for a smooth transition to college. Begin by visiting the Admission Office or call (810) 762-0200.
When Should I Begin Career Preparation Activities? NOW!
- If you are a high school student, talk with your counselor.
- For others interested in exploring college options contact a Mott Community College counselor or advisor.
Can High School Students Earn College Credit? YES!
There are a number of ways for students to earn college credit while in high school. Talk with your high school counselor for additional information.
The Career Clusters icons are being used with permission of the States Career Clusters Initiative, 2007,www.careerclusters.org