The College of Health and Human Services regularly holds information sessions or open houses designed to introduce prospective students to its degree or certificate programs. There is no better way to learn about our programs than attending one of these events. You’ll have an opportunity to meet with the faculty who actually teach the courses, and you’ll be able to ask questions about prerequisites, degree requirements and the profession itself. Upcoming information sessions are listed below.

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2014 Schweitzer Fellows Program — Informational Session for Graduate Students

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On Monday, November 10, 2014, from 3 to 4 p.m. in Room D 34050, Mr. Ray Wang of the Schweitzer Fellow (Chicago) Program will speak to interested graduate students in the College of Health and Human Services about the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship program.

The Chicago Area Schweitzer Fellows Program supports graduate students committed to becoming "leaders in service" — individuals who are dedicated and skilled in addressing the health needs of underserved populations, and whose example influences and inspires others. Each year, the Fellowship selects up to 30 graduate students from multiple schools and health-related disciplines, each of whom designs and implements their own 200-hour community service project that will help underserved Chicago communities improve their health and well-being.

In addition to their community projects, Fellows also work together to plan symposia and service days, and meet regularly to network, share ideas and learn from guest speakers. Fellows receive a $2,500 stipend for their participation, and must be enrolled in a graduate program through Spring, 2016 to be eligible.

Applications are due February 1, 2015. To learn more about the Fellowship and to apply online, please visit: www.hmprg.org/programs/Schweitzer  Please contact Ray Wang, Program Director, with any questions at rwang@hmprg.org  

 


  

Master of Health Science in Addictions Studies / Addictions Counseling Concentration

Governors State University's Department of Addictions Studies and Behavioral Health will host information sessions for its Master of Health Science in Addictions Studies - Addictions Counseling Concentration degree program on the following date and times:

 •    Thursday, November 13 — 5 - 6 p.m.   Room A1121  


For additional information, contact swadhwa@govst.edu

 


 

Bachelor of Social Work Degree at Triton College

Governors State University's Department of Social Work will host information sessions for its Bachelor of Social Work degree offered at Triton College on the following dates and times:   

  • Tuesday, November 18    /    5:30 p.m.  
All Information Sessions will be held in Building B, Room 111F at Triton College. Triton College is located at 2000 Fifth Avenue, River Grove, IL. Program representatives will be present.
   

For additional information, please contact Julie Anderson, External Programs Liaison, at 708.534.4086, or via email at janderson13@govst.edu     

 


 

Master of Occupational Therapy Degree Program at Governors State University

The GSU Department of Occupational Therapy will sponsor an Information Session for the Master of Occupational Therapy degree program at Governors State University on the following dates:

  • Thursday, January 8, 2015    10 - 11 a.m.

All Information Sessions will meet in Room G 157. Attendees are encouraged to bring unofficial copies of transcripts. For more information, contact Patricia Kalvelage at pkalvelage@govst.edu