Human Services Club

  • View document Uploaded by Jose Gonzalez. BS, CASAC-T  

    Uploaded by Jose Gonzalez on November 19, 2015

    Description: Part-time opportunity where I work. This is the job description and message from the coordinator Melissa! <br /> <br /> Good afternoon,<br /> <br /> We are looking for a part-time Outreach Worker for our New Roads to Health program, attached is the job description. If you know of anyone who might be interested, please have them contact Tonza, Laurel or myself.<br /> <br /> Thank you,<br /> <br /> Melissa Osborne<br /> Project Coordinator<br /> New Roads to Health<br /> Center for Community Alternatives<br /> 25 Chapel Street, 7th Floor<br /> Brooklyn, NY 11201<br /> <br /> 718-858-9658, ext. 214 (P) <br /> 917-663-6749 (C) <br /> 718-858-9670 (F)<br />

  • View document HUS CLUB LAST MEETING  

    Uploaded by Heather Samuels on April 30, 2015

    Description: Topic: Graduating officers also planning for fall.<br /> Hello all,<br /> I would like to thank you all for supporting the human service club. A special thanks for attending the MACHS Conference and Disability/Mental Health event. We could not have accomplished such exciting events, and vast attendance without you.<br /> The end of the semester is near and the human service club would like to celebrate. We have officers graduating, elections to be held, looking back at accomplishments, and setting new goals, please join us.<br /> The next meeting is:<br /> May 7, 2015<br /> 12:45 – 2:00PM<br /> NAMM - 419B<br /> IF YOU PLAN TO ATTEND PLEASE CONTACT<br /><br /> Come one come all and let’s have a wonderful time together.<br /> Thank you for your continued support<br /> Heather Samuels<br /> President – HUS Club<br />

  • View document Preventing Sexual Harassment, by Jose Gonzalez  

    Uploaded by Jose Gonzalez on April 7, 2015

    Description: I am asking the Human Services Club officers and members to join me in advocating for a sexual prevention certificate for all CityTech students, or at the very least, all Human Services students. While at Kingsborough Community College's Behavioral Science & Human Service Dept., it was mandatory for all students of that dept. to take an online quiz concerning the prevention of sexual harassment. I have uploaded a copy of my certificate, taken while a student enrolled in the chemical dependency degree program. I need your help with this Heather! How can we get the ball rolling? Thank you to all whom wish to participate in this endeavor.

  • View document Disability / Mental Health Awareness Event  

    Uploaded by Heather Samuels on March 23, 2015

    Description: Disability/Mental Health Awareness Event 2015. <br /> <br /> By: The Human Service Club (HUS) & The Expressions Club.<br /> <br /> The month of April is Disability awareness month, therefore, on Wednesday, April 15, 2015 there will be a Disability/Mental Health Awareness Event held in the Atrium Amphitheater, between 2:30pm – 4:30pm. While New York City College of Technology (NYCCT) students learn about diverse disabilities, and mental illnesses which could affect anybody, NYCCT students should also be aware of the signs, the treatments, and especially how to embrace an individual surviving a mental illness or disability. Our goal is to enhance the knowledge of all students attending NYCCT to bring about awareness of the difference between mental health and disability, and the probability of mental health in America, statistics of such, as well as what to do in the early stages, such as; Primary, secondary, and tertiary preventive care. Our goal is to increase public awareness and understanding of disabilities and mental health, also a deeper understanding of the acceptable and respectable terminology which is would ensure full inclusion of all individuals into every community. This is an event which will benefit the entire NYCCT Population. Breaking down stigma, discrimination, and stereotypes is the primary goal for this event, and that is exactly what being a human service representative entails.<br /> There will be a number of speakers present, please arrive on time.<br /> <br /> REFRESHMENTS SERVED.<br /> <br /> any questions:<br /><br />

  • View document Occupational Awareness Meeting  

    Uploaded by Heather Samuels on March 23, 2015

    Description: Hello:<br /> I hope the mid-semester was not too tough, the best part is – we have passed the half-way point to the end of the semester.<br /> <br /> March 26. 2015 is our Occupational Awareness meeting.<br /> <br /> This meeting is hosted by Dr. Pawlukewicz, who has asked an alumni to attend.<br /> <br /> Many students have asked “What steps should we take after graduation?” This meeting is going to be packed with information pertaining to life experience within the field, where to look for job assistance, and how to transition from student to professional in the field. This meeting will also be a forum for you to ask questions, listen to life experiences of working within the field, both during and after college. Please use this advance notice to write down some important questions, so you are prepared for the meeting. <br /> <br /> OCCUPATIONAL AWARENESS MEETING.<br /> March 26, 2015<br /> Namm- 419B <br /> 12:45-2pm<br />

  • View document Graduate School meeting 2015  

    Uploaded by Heather Samuels on March 2, 2015

    Description: Are you about to graduate with your Bachelor’s degree, have you been thinking about graduate school? While it may be difficult to consider more than one school at a time, it is imperative that you begin to consider which graduate school you may attend, and what is needed in order to register. There are numerous benefits and reasons for earning an advanced degree, which I am sure you have discussed many times during class. If this is something you are interested in, or may be interested in the future, then please attend our meeting. Do not wait until the last minute, as registering for graduate school can become overwhelming.<br /> Dr. Diaz is the scheduled speaker.<br /> March 12, 2015<br /> 12:45 – 2pm<br /> Namm 419B<br />