Human Services Field Work 1, HSE*H281

Human Services Field Work 1 is a mandatory, three-credit course for the Human Service degree and certificate programs.

What do students need in order to take the course?

  • HSE*H101, 202 with a grade of "C" or better
  • Successful completion of 6 credit hours in Behavioral Science
  • ENG*H101, or permission of the Human Services Coordinator or Division Director

What does the course consist of?

  • 160 hour field placement
  • Weekly Seminar
  • One Career Readiness Workshop

How do I begin the process?

  • Make an appointment with Kathy Sweeney in the Center for Job Placement and College Opportunities, L524
    203-575-8134 or

She will assist you to:

    • Sign up for one Career Readiness Workshop
    • Complete a resume
    • Select a placement
    • Prepare for an interview
Fall 2015

Career Readiness
Workshop Schedule

Choose and attend one of the following workshops:

Monday, September 21, 10am-11am
Tuesday, September 22, 3pm-4pm
Wednesday, September 23, 6pm-7pm
Thursday, September 24, 6pm-7pm
Friday, September 25, Noon-1pm
Monday, September 28, 2pm-3pm

Location: 4th Floor Library

To register: Contact Kathy Sweeney, Phone: 203-575-8134, Office: L524.

*Career Readiness Workshops are for Human Service and Criminal Justice students only.  Registration is required.

203-575-8158L524, 5th Floor