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Modesto Junior College

Human Services

Mission of the Program

The Modesto Junior College Human Service Programs provide the necessary theoretical foundation, historical perspectives, professional values, and clinical skills for paraprofessionals involved in the delivery of social services in various community based social work and counseling agencies.

Overview of the Program

The various programs are designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in Human Service Organizations, as well as to upgrade and enhance the knowledge and skill set of current employees in the profession.

The Human Service Programs also provide a basis for future academic training leading to advanced degrees in Human Services, Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, Sociology, and Behavioral Analysis.

Degrees, Certificates, and Skill Recognitions are available in Human Services Generalist, Chemical Dependency Counseling, Gerontology, and Psychosocial Rehabilitation.  The Chemical Dependency Counseling program is accredited by the California Association for Alcohol/Drug Educators (CAADE).

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HUMAN SERVICES COURSE OFFERING SCHEDULE

The following classes are offered once during spring or fall semesters.  See your Counselor or the Human Services Program Coordinator for planning your schedule. This schedule does not include prospective summer courses.

 
Fall Only    Spring Only
114: Death and Dying
116: Drug and Alcohol in Society
111: Counseling in Chemical Dependency 
143: Psychosocial Rehab Practice
 
104: Aging in America
117: Intervention and Tx Strategies
119: Intro to Group
146: PsyR w/Children & Families

PRACTICUM INFORMATION

Practicum Orientations are in progress and can be found by clicking here: Practicum Orientation Information

Program Coordinator/Faculty:

Dr. Cheryl Williams-Jackson
williamsjacksonc@mjc.edu
Founders Hall 160J
(209) 575-6320

HUMAN SERVICES MENTOR
Tasha Williams
williamsta@yosemite.edu
Founders Hall 160J
(209) 548-5742

Business, Behavioral and Social Sciences

Contact Us

Phone: 209-575-6129
Fax: 209-575-6197
Email: carltonr@mjc.edu

Location

East Campus
Founders Hall
100

Hours

Monday: 7:30-5:00
Tuesday: 7:30-5:00
Wednesday: 7:30-5:00
Thursday: 7:30-5:00
Friday:  7:00-3:30