SERVING OTHERS; EDUCATION, COMMUNITY, AND HUMAN SERVICES

Students will have the opportunity to learn how to serve others in the fields of education, counseling, community agencies, and various other human services.  From theory to practice, students will take college level introductory psychology and then experience firsthand the different avenues of service roles.  This includes students engaging in classroom observations, clinical experiences in different human services settings, and a personalized service learning capstone project.  This course is taught on the Pewaukee School District campus with various community engagement opportunities, along with guest instructors and individual mentors for students.

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Duration:  Year long, daily

Open to Students: Grades 11 and 12

Total PHS Credits Earned: 2

  • 1 PHS credit (elective): CCIHS- Psychology 102 

  • 1 PHS credit (F/CS elective): Methods of Education, Community, & Human Services 

Potential Post-Secondary Credits Earned:  

  • CCIHS- Psychology 102 

  • Students may earn up to 3 college credits from UW-Green Bay by taking CCIHS - Psychology 102 for a nominal field

Community Partners:   Professional Mentors, Community Fieldwork, Guest Instructors

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