Human Services

The Human Services program at Cape Cod Community College provides:

In addition to classroom instruction, each program has a minimum of at least one required practicum component, depending on the student’s academic and occupational goals. All practicum classes require students to complete, during a semester, 100 hours of unpaid, field work in an approved Human Service site, with a partnering agency. By the end of the completion of the program students will have developed a transferrable portfolio of coursework and practicum experiences.

The Human Services Program is taught by faculty instructors who are currently practicing clinicians in a number of human service organizations throughout the Cape Cod area. The faculty instructors are dedicated to helping students achieve their goals to complete the program to either transfer their associate degrees to a baccalaureate (4 year) institution or to help develop the necessary skill sets to work in entry level positions in the human service field.

For more program information on how you can start a successful career in Human Services, please contact us:

Faculty E-mail
Robert Ericson, Program Coordinator, Full time Faculty rericson@capecod.edu
Krystin St.Onge, Full time Faculty kstonge@capecod.edu
Deborah Schwartz, Adjunct Faculty dschwartz@capecod.edu
Wanda Van Gilder, Adjunct Faculty wvangilder@capecod.edu

* Cape Cod Community College has been approved by the Bureau of Substance Abuse Services (BSAS) as 1 out of 13 approved state Addition Education Provider.