Getting the Most from Your Human Service Internship: Learning from Experience

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Brooks/Cole, 2000 - Political Science - 260 pages
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Introduction. 1. Getting Ready. 2. Getting Started. 3. Getting Acquainted. 4. Learning to Learn from Experience: The Integrative Processing Model. 5. Using Supervision. 6. Dealing with Diversity. 7. Developing Ethical Competence. 8. Writing and Reporting Within Your Field Agency. 9. Managing Your Feelings and Your Stress. 10. Trouble-Shooting. 11. Evaluating Your Performance. 12. Leaving Your Field Placement. Appendix: Ethical Standards of Human Service Professionals. Index.

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Pamela Myers Kiser is the Watts-Thompson Professor of Human Services at Elon University, where she has been a faculty member in the human service program since 1981. In 2010 she was named the fourth Distinguished University Professor in Elon's history. Recognized as an outstanding service-learning educator with awards at the state and national levels, Professor Kiser has presented at internship conferences across the country and the globe. She has provided consultation about internships and service-learning with other colleges and universities both nationally and internationally. She holds a BA from Wake Forest University and an MSW from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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