June 24, 2018
This course involves integrating concepts and theory from the degree program as applied to practical interventions. Students will be familiar with the context of a chosen agency that includes protocols and norms, as well as the agency’s role in the broader community. Students will also demonstrate knowledge of alternative services and gaps in services that could potentially affect clients served by their chosen agency. Students will gain first-hand knowledge from interviewing a human services worker in their area and are encouraged to integrate critical, biblical thinking as they apply human services methods and theories in service to ministering to diverse populations in various settings.