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Real World Experience


In-class instruction is supplemented by intentional, strategic work in authentic human services, health, and educational environments. Field experiences enhance content addressed in class, provide opportunities to connect one-on-one with faculty, introduce the community to Keystone’s emerging professional population, and illuminate the variety of potential employers. Students acquire leadership and management skills, agility in adapting to various work settings, and first-hand experiences in assessing the world of human services.

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Past Field Experiences

During the past five years, students enrolled in the Child and Family Studies program have completed field experiences with the following agencies:



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