Human Services

Human service workers provide a wide range of emotional and practical support to help people get through difficult times. Greg Marton, Instructor/Coordinator A degree in human services prepares students for entry-level employment in such areas as child and family services, mental health, social services, addictions counseling, aging and rehabilitation, including group and community work at the public and private level.

About the Program

RCC's Human Services program offers classroom instruction and practical training, including internships that will develop your skills in a real-life setting. You'll learn about human behavior and social problems and how individuals interface with various systems to address these issues.

This limited-entry program has specific standards for acceptance. The application process for the Fall 2014 cohort is underway and will close soon.  Our final information sessions are  scheduled for:

Friday, March 14    10:00 a.m.-noon Riverside Campus, HEC-211

Thursday, April 3    4:00-6:00 p.m.  Riverside Campus, HEC-119

These meetings are mandatory for all students who wish to apply.  The final meeting of the year will be at Riverside Campus on April 4. Application deadline is APRIL 15, 2014.

Degrees and Certificates:

Job Opportunities:

Starting salaries for graduates may range from $23,000 to $36,000 a year. According to Bureau of Labor Statistics, job prospects in this field are increasing. Many human services graduates transfer to four-year universities to further their education to enhance career prospects and earnings.

Department Chair:
Francine Gentile
Email: fgentile@roguecc.edu

Department Secretary:
Cindy Henney
Email: chenney@roguecc.edu
Phone: (541) 245-7504