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9Assignment 1)  My Future Career in the Human Services
[WLO: 3] [CLOs: 1, 2, 4]
Prior to beginning work on this journal, read Chapter 1 in your text, Moffat’s Helping Those in Need: Human Service Workers, Neukreg’s The Holland Code of Members of the National Organization for Human Services: A Preliminary Study of Human Services Professionals, and HS-BCP Credential (Links to an external site.). Your journal entry can be informally written in first person and should contain approximately 500 to 700 words. If you know precisely the position you hope to hold in the human services profession after finishing your degree, then this will be fairly simple. If you do not know what position you are going to seek after graduation, then focus on a population that interests you most at this current time (e.g., homeless individuals, military families, domestic violence victims, foster families, etc.) and the type of role you think that you would like to serve with that population (e.g., leadership or management, direct services with clients or case management, etc.).
In your journal,

Conduct a search, and report what skills and qualifications are involved in this position.
Continue the search to identify the overall compensation, degree requirements, licensure requirements (if any), and any other helpful information that will guide your journaling on this position.
Do you plan to pursue the Human Services Board Certified Practitioner (HS-BCP) credential? How will this help you in your new position?
What excites you the most about this position? What concerns you?

(Assignment 2)   
Evolution of Human Services: Designing the Historical Context
[WLO: 1] [CLOs: 1, 3, 4]
Prior to beginning work on this learning activity, Read Chapter 2 in the assigned text and LoPatin-Lummis’ Protesting About Pauperism: Poverty, Politics and Poor Relief in Late-Victorian England, 1870-1900. If you want to dive further, check Loiacono’s A People’s History of Poverty in America in the Recommended Resources section this week.
Historically, poverty has been the impetus for developing a social welfare system and related policies. Beginning in the 11th century, create a timeline of the history and evolution of human services to current time. You are welcome to be as creative as you desire with graphics, and various tools, and so forth. If you have other presentation ideas, then please refer to your instructor to determine if the idea is acceptable.

Create a six- to 10-slide PowerPoint with speaker notes: (see How to Make a PowerPoint Presentation (Links to an external site.) for assistance); or (
Draw the timeline, annotate it with 350 to 500 words, scan, and then upload it; or
Create a timeline collage annotated with 350 to 500 words with photos from magazines or scanned from books, online graphics, and so forth.

 
Required Resources
Text
Martin, M. E. (2018). Introduction to human services: Through the eyes of practice settings (4th ed.). Pearson.

Chapter 1: Introduction to the Human Services Profession: Purpose, Preparation, Practice, and Theoretical Orientations
Chapter 2: The History and Evolution of Social Welfare Policy
Chapter 4: Generalist Skills and Intervention Strategies
The full-text version of this ebook is available through your online classroom through the Redshelf platform. This book is an introductory textbook outlining the broad discipline of human services. Chapter 1 will assist you in your Counseling and Case Management discussion forum and your My Future Career in the Human Services journal this week. Chapter 2 will assist you in your Evolution of Human Services: Designing the Historical Context learning activity this week. Chapter 4 will assist you with your Human Services Populations: Discipline-Specific Skills discussion forum this week.

Articles
LoPatin-Lummis, N. (2010). Protesting about pauperism: Poverty, politics and poor relief in late-Victorian England, 1870-1900 [Review of the book Protesting about pauperism: Poverty, politics and poor relief in late-Victorian England, 1870-1900, by E. T. Hurren]. Journal of Social History, 43(4), 1082–1084. https://doi.org/10.1353/jsh.0.0327

The full-text version of this article is available through the MasterFILE Premier database in the Ashford University Library. This article provides information about poverty, politics and poor relief in late-Victorian England and will assist you in your Evolution of Human Services: Designing the Historical Context learning activity this week.

Moffat, C. T. (2011, Fall). Helping those in need: Human service workers. Occupational Outlook Quarterly, 55(3), 22–32.

The full-text version of this article is available through the ERIC database in the Ashford University Library. This article provides information about the human services professions and will assist you in your My Future Career in the Human Services journal this week.

Neukrug, E., Sparkman, N., & Moe, J. (2017). The Holland code of members of the national organization for human services: A preliminary study of human services professionals. Journal of Employment Counseling, 54(4), 146–155. https://doi.org/10.1002/joec.12063

The full-text version of this article is available through the Business Source Elite database in the Ashford University Library. This article provides information about the human services professions and will assist you in your My Future Career in the Human Services journal this week.

Multimedia
Holzknecht, J. (Writer & Producer). (2007). Maslow’s hierarchy of needs [Video]. Castalia Media.

The full version of this video is available through the Films on Demand database in the Ashford University Library. This video provides information about Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs may assist you in your Human Services Populations: Discipline-Specific Skills discussion forum this week. This video has closed captioning and a transcript.

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National Organization for Human Services. (n.d.). HS-BCP credential (Links to an external site.). https://www.nationalhumanservices.org/certification

IThis webpage provides information about the Human Services Board-Certified Practitioner credential and will assist you in your My Future Career in Human Services journal this week.

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Recommended Resources
Articles
Loiacono, G. (2010). A people’s history of poverty in America [Review of the book A people’s history of poverty in America, by S. Pimpare]. Journal of Social History, 43(4), 1080–1082. https://doi.org/10.1353/jsh.0.0363

The full-text version of this article is available through the JSTOR database in the Ashford University Library. This article provides information about this history of human services relating to poverty in the United States and may assist you in your Evolution of Human Services: The Historical Context learning activity this week.

Reilly, S., Hughes, J., & Challis, D. (2010). Case management for long-term conditions: Implementation and processes. Ageing & Society, 30(1), 125–155. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0144686X09990183

The full-text version of this article is available through the PsycINFO database in the Ashford University Library. This article provides information about Case Management and may assist you in your Counseling and Case Management discussion forum this week.

Multimedia
rgoodlow. (2017). Quiz Maslow’s hierarchy of human needs (Links to an external site.) [Quiz]. https://quizizz.com/admin/quiz/57e95b694141ba4268f93247/quiz-maslow’s-hierarchy-of-human-need

This quiz provides information about Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs may assist you in your Human Services Populations discussion forum this week.

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