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Online Human Services Certification Programs

Human services professionals work in a variety of programs geared toward providing care for those unable to do so for themselves: abused or neglected children, the disabled, the elderly, the homeless, the mentally handicapped, the mentally ill and the poor. In general, human services careers are considered demanding, but they also offer a great deal of satisfaction to those with a desire to help others.

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Montreat CollegeUndergraduate
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Newton, MA

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Newburgh, NY

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Greensboro, NC

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Chicago, IL

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Prescott Valley, AZ

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Chicago, IL

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Boston, MA

Northern Kentucky UniversityUndergraduate
Highland Heights, KY

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Eugene, OR

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Belmont, CA

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Oakland City, IN

Ottawa UniversityUndergraduate
Ottawa, KS

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Westerville, OH

Park UniversityUndergraduate
Parkville, MO

Pfeiffer UniversityUndergraduate
Misenheimer, NC

Point UniversityUndergraduate
West Point, GA

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Waterbury, CT

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Prescott, AZ

Purdue University- CalumetUndergraduate
Hammond, IN

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Quincy, IL

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Atlanta, GA

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Springfield, MA

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Queens, NY

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Winona, MN

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St. Mary-of-the-Woods, IN

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Earn Your Human Services Certificate Online

Online human services certificates and courses are very popular because they offer you the opportunity to change or enhance your career while continuing to work. For example, you can study for your Human Services Case Management certificate at home in the evenings and still keep a full–time day job – perhaps in a related field like social work. Whether you choose to earn your human services certificate online or on campus, it will almost certainly be a great benefit; a better education means that you’ll be more prepared to help those who depend on our social safety net.

Careers in Human Services Professions

Human services professionals work in a variety of programs geared toward providing care for those unable to do so for themselves: abused or neglected children, the disabled, the elderly, the homeless, the mentally handicapped, the mentally ill and the poor. In general, human services careers are considered demanding, but they also offer a great deal of satisfaction to those with a desire to help others.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that employment for human services workers will grow by 25% through 2020 – much faster than average when compared to all occupations. Opportunities in rural areas, which often find it difficult to attract skilled experts in this field, will be especially plentiful.