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I'm a People Person

A Guide to Human Service Professions

by Michael A. Richard (Editor); William G. Emener (Editor)


"Many undergraduate students lack knowledge of the depth and breadth of opportunities available to them in the human service field. This book will provide them with the information necessary to make an informed choice and provide undergraduate students with a brief but fertile resource to assist them in making undergraduate and post-undergraduate decisions. It will also prove useful to college career counselors with a resource they can utilize with the student who approaches them with the statement: "I like to work with people but I don't know what I want to do!" This book will serve as a starting point for students in such a predicament. It is not intended to be detailed description of each profession addressed in the book, but rather provide an academically sound description of selected human service professions for a potential student. It is designed to assist an individual in choosing a current major, as well as in assessing graduate study options and requirements and/or an approaching career decision. The book is intended to serve as a text for a sophomore-, junior- or senior-level course that introduces students to a variety of undergraduate majors, potential graduate options, and the many opportunities that are available to them in the human service professions. The book also provides helpful and supportive information to them in the career decision-making process."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Book Information

Copyright year 2003
ISBN-13 9780398073565
ISBN-10 0398073562
Class Copyright
Publisher Charles C. Thomas Publisher Limited
File Size 0 MB
Number of Pages 262
Length of Recording 20
Shelf No. JH967