• This course provides the students with opportunities to work with children and learn ways to guide them as they learn about child development. Knowledge of child abuse and the responsibility of mandated reporters is also investigated. Students will volunteer weekly at an internship site (child care centers, preschools, or an elementary school) to apply the knowledge they learn in class.
  • This course provides the students with opportunities to work with children and investigate a variety of child development careers. Students will examine job requirements, duties, regulations, and personal characteristics of successful early childhood workers. They will also obtain skills needed to establish policies and practices that meet basic nutritional needs of young children and understand how child nutrition plays an important role in many careers. The course focus is on contrasting and comparing child care and education programs and employment possibilities. Students will volunteer weekly at an internship site (child care centers, preschools, or an elementary school) to apply the knowledge they learn in class.