Our Programs

Human Services

Do like working with children and people? Are you interested in psychology? Do you want to learn more about yourself? Do you want to improve your people & communication skills? If so, then the CDC Human Services Program might be for you! In this two-year program, students will learn about: child, adolescent, adult & elderly development, working with children, families & the elderly, substance abuse, mental illness, skills for the workplace, careers in Human Services, child & elder abuse, healthy relationships, communication, teamwork & people skills, healthy living issues, & more! Students will gain hands-on experiences by spending class time at local preschools, childcare centers, elementary schools, & elder services. Human Service careers will be explored which will include: teaching, childcare, counseling, social work, therapist, psychologist, school counselor, medical field, & legal field.

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Adults are welcome to apply for daytime technical programs. A Vermont resident adult without a high school diploma is a secondary student and is eligible for tuition to be paid by their school district. Adults with high school diplomas will be charged a tuition. Financial aid may be available. Contact the Adult Education Office at 447-3596.


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