•  Human Services HEader

    It takes a special kind of person to work in Human Services. Although many jobs in the cluster pay well, those who choose Human Services generally don't do it for the money. Instead, they are motivated by the desire to assist others. Psychologists, therapists, counselors, social workers, health aides, cosmetologists, financial planners, clergy members, and others tend to the physical, mental, and spiritual needs of people in their hometowns. They offer helping hands to everyone from babies in child-care centers to seniors in long-term care facilities. The work is sometimes challenging, but the reward of knowing that you have improved someone's life is immense. If you feel a calling to serve your fellow men and women, feel comfortable caring for people, or want to improve your community, then Human Services could be the right career cluster for you.

Programs of Study

  • Cosmetology and Personal Care

  • Family and Community Services


    Consumer Services, Counseling and Mental Health Services, Early Childhood Development Services, Family Services, Personal Care Services, Social/Community Services Manager, Sales Manager, Medical/Health Services Manager, Sales Representative, Counselor, Hairdresser/Cosmetologist.