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Human Services Internship Experience : Helping Students Find Their Way (Paperback) (Marianne Woodside)
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“This text is the “bread and butter” for interns who seek to work in human service fields” -Fred Hall, Mississippi College The Human Services Internship Experience: Helping Students Find Their Wayaims to help students in field-based courses bridge theory and practice during their internships. The goal is to show students how to apply their academic work in a real-world setting and to confirm and expand their identity as human service professionals. To meet this goal, Marianne Woodside assists students in developing that identity, learn to work within an agency setting, learn to use supervision effectively, and to be aware of multicultural and ethical perspectives in human service delivery and supervision as well as develop the appropriate knowledge, skills, and values to effectively perform the multiple roles of the human service professional. Students will learn how to successfully conclude the internship and transition from intern to employee.
Number of Pages: 360
Genre: Social Science
Sub-Genre: Human Services
Publisher: Sage Pubns
Author: Marianne Woodside
Street Date: April 13, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-07-0297
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