To encourage Human Services students with professional development.
This will be accomplished by personal encouragement, sharing information of HSRV careers, providing information for professional training, offering volunteer and networking opportunities, guest speakers, and information on advanced degrees. Are you motivated to help people in your community improve their lives? Do you wish that you could be an advocate for people who need services from the community and local government? This variety of choices is embedded in the work of Human Services.
For further information please contact our faculty representative, Patricia Eber at 260-481-5459 or email@example.com. You can also find our group on Facebook: HSO-Fort Wayne
To apply for membership, fill out the section below:
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_______ Paid membership (with voting privileges). Dues are $5.00 per year for members who wish to have voting privileges. Please enclose in an envelope with your name and return to Neff 130. Meetings are held once a month. *Non-voting members are still a vital part of our organization and more than welcome at our monthly meetings!
The purpose of MWNCOHS is to strive for excellence in the practice and delivery of human services by (a) providing a medium for cooperation and communication among human service practitioners, educators, students, administrators, and individuals who are interested in or involved in human services; (b) fostering excellence in learning, teaching, research, leadership, supervision and clinical skills; (c) providing career development opportunities for its members; (d) promoting improved delivery of human services to all individuals; (e) assisting in the development of human service student organizations; and (f) maintaining a strong liaison with the National Organization for Human Services (NOHS).
The National Organization for Human Services (NOHS) was founded in 1975 at the 5th Annual Faculty Development Conference of the Southern Regional Education Board. NOHS grew out of the perceived need by professional care providers and legislators for improved methods of service delivery. NOHS, with the early support of the National Institute of Mental Health and SREB, has strived to promote excellence in Human Service delivery in an increasingly complex world.