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Certificate and Professional Education Programs

Earn MCLE credit. Learn to become a Human Services Paraprofessional. Our certificate and professional education programs will help you gain a better understanding of your field.

  • Wagner Human Services Paraprofessional Certificate Program

    Wagner Human Services Paraprofessional Certificate Program

    The Wagner Paraprofessional Certificate Program is an intensive two-year certificate program which trains human service workers to help children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings including schools, hospital, counseling centers, and community agencies. The program requires a two-year commitment of one full day per week for 30 weeks each year. In addition, during the second year students are required to do field work. Participants will be prepared to work as volunteer paraprofessionals, under the direction of professional staff in various community organizations, congregations, and agencies. Students in the program will be trained to work with individuals, couples, families, and groups in a variety of situations such as: Parent-child relations Marital relationships including intermarriage, blended families, and single parenting Mid-life transitions Divorce Health and aging issues Bereavement, death, and dying Graduates of the Human Services Paraprofessional Certificate Program make a commitment of two years of community service. Read More

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  • Wagner Alumni Growth Group

    Wagner Alumni Growth Group

    Graduates of the Wagner Certificate Program come together to continue their learning and invest in professional development. Please note that there are no sessions scheduled for October 4, 11, 18 and 25. Read More

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  • Gittelson Seminars: The Relationships Between Law and Ethics

    Gittelson Seminars: The Relationships Between Law and Ethics

    What Kind of Person Should I Be? Exploring the Ethics of the Ideal Person. Made possible through a generous grant from Pat (z"l) and Arnold Gittelson. What Kind of a Person Should I Strive to Be? Jewish Visions of the Ethics of the Ideal Person Ancient and Medieval Jewish Visions of the Ideal Jew In each class, Rabbi Dorff will present different chapters from his book the Oxford Handbook on Jewish Ethics and Morality. Read More

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