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About the Human Services Club
The Human Services Club provides students and faculty the opportunity to broaden their understanding of the field of human services. Club meetings are held bi-monthly from September to May. Focusing on the interests of its members, these meetings generally consist of topic speakers, films, visitations, and group discussions. Participation in the annual New England Conference, as well as local conferences, is available to club members. The policies of the Human Services Club are in unison with the policies of the New England Organization of Human Services Education, which serves as a medium of communication among New England Human Service faculty, practitioners and students. Membership in this club means active exposure and participation in the rich diversity that characterizes all aspects of Education and the Human Service delivery system. It represents a unique opportunity to broaden the knowledge, skills and competencies essential for the development of quality professionals ready to meet the demands of today and those challenges emerging for tomorrow's world.
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