• Family Development

    Career Pathway Certificate

    The Family Development Career Pathway Certificate is designed to provide paraprofessionals, working within child and family support agencies, with competencies to assist families to become self-reliant and interdependent within the scope of their communities.

    Program Outcomes

    Successful completion of this 12-credit certificate prepares students to work as front line family development paraprofessionals in a variety of education and family support agencies.

    Careers

    Career opportunities include: family advocates, child care and education practitioners, home visitors and family practitioners, employment and training counselors, community or nutrition workers, home health aides and direct care workers, early intervention staff, outreach workers, crisis intervention staff, intake and social welfare workers, case managers.

    For information contact Dawn Terrill, 503-594-6158 or dawnt@clackamas.edu  

    Family Development

    • Complete the following requirements.

    • HDF-130 Introduction to Family Development 
      HDF-131 Communication in Family Development 
      HDF-132 Self-Care for Family Development Workers 
      HDF-133 Diversity in Family Development 
      HDF-134 Strength-Based Assessment in Family Development 
      HDF-135 Setting & Achieving Goals in Family Development 
      HDF-136 Community Resources in Family Development 
      HDF-137 Home Visiting in Family Development 
      HDF-138 Facilitation Skills in Family Development 
      • TAKE 3 CREDITS OF HDF-280 OR ECE-280.
      HDF-280 Child & Family Studies/CWE 
      ECE-280 Early Childhood Education/CWE 
  • Contact our Education, Human Services and Criminal Justice Department

    Oregon City - 19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, Oregon 97045

    Call us: 503-594-3203

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