We would like to recognize two of our current HDFS students, Courtney Meadows (undergraduate) and Carmen Irving (Master’s) who are the first students at Kent State University to successfully pass the new Child and Youth Care Certification Board’s (CYCCB) certification exam. The exam is a situational judgment exam derived from case examples across a variety of practice settings. Both students are now eligible to apply for provisional certification as a Child and Youth Care Practitioner-Professional level.
In an effort to better prepare students to meet the needs of area nonprofit and human service organizations we will be offering minors in Human Development and Family Studies, and Nonprofit Studies. These minors are open to students from any major interested in contributing to the quality of life and well being of individuals and families across the lifespan. Please contact Dr. Rhonda Richardson at email@example.com or Kathy Bergh at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Kent State University's International Institute for Human Service Workforce Research and Development, under the leadership of Dr. Dale Curry and in collaboration with the Child and Youth Care Certification Board, has been awarded funding by the Robert Bowne Foundation to assess out-of-school-time practitioner perceptions of the value of national child and youth worker certification.
University researchers in the College of Education, Health, and Human Services are engaged in a multimillion-dollar study of interventions for improving the psychological well-being of custodial grandmothers and the grandchildren for whom they provide full-time care.
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