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New Mexico State University

What Can I Do With a Major In Human and Community Services?

The distance education-delivered curriculum in human and community services is designed for nontraditional, location-bound students.


Areas of Focus

Health Educators, Health Maintenance, Health Promoters, and Disease Prevention in such arenas as Community Agencies to Identify and Address their Health Priorities, Hospitals, Managed Care Facilities, State Public Health Offices, Corporations, Senior Citizens Centers, Government Agencies, Child and Adolescent Health Services, Maternal and Infant Services, Juvenile Justice Programs, Adoption and Family Services, Residential Aide Services, Outreach and Mental Health Services, and Neighborhood Health Centers


Career Titles

Community Service Organization Director
Health Educator
Civil Rights Worker for a State or City
Housing Coordinator
Job Coordinator for a Welfare-to-Work Program
Public Information Officer
Human Services Agency Researcher
Human Services Eligibility Specialist
Court-Appointed Special Advocate Worker
Home Detention Caseworker
Manager of Alternative-to-Incarceration Program
AIDS and HIV Services Counselor
Health Care Systems
Social Services Director – Health Care Agency
Administrator – HIV/AIDS Residence
Child and Youth Protective Services Worker
Community Service Project Coordinator
Family Shelter Director
Domestic Violence Housing Services Director
Rape Crisis Center Director
Teen Center Director
Child Support Case Officer
Program Evaluator
Volunteer Coordinator
Nonprofit Fund-Raiser
Grant Writer
Public Relations Worker – Nonprofit Groups


Career Related Websites

National Organization for Human Services

Learning To Give

Community Jobs