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Students spend 6-8 hours per week, or ninety hours during the semester, in direct service to a human service agency and weekly meetings with the field instructor. Students develop an individualized learning plan in collaboration with the field instructor and site supervisor that emphasizes the integration of classroom learning with learning in the field and strengthens work related competencies. This course is recommended for Human Service majors in the A.S. degree program who want to expand their knowledge of human services as a profession and/or gain relevant experience in the field in preparation for transfer to a baccalaureate degree program. Prerequisites: Completion of 30 hours of Major Core Courses, HUS 103, ENG 101.