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Indiana State University - Terre Haute, IN
Preferred Relevant Education and Experience Experience: 1-3 Years is preferred; Previous working experience in student affairs at a college or university is preferred; Masters of Social Work preferred...
8 days ago
City of Indianapolis - Indianapolis, IN
*Provide crisis intervention and support to victims and their families who visit the MCCAC, provide education about and navigation through the criminal justice system....
30+ days ago
City of Indianapolis and Marion County - Indianapolis, IN
Provide crisis intervention and support to victims and their families who visit the MCCAC, provide education about and navigation through the criminal justice system....
30+ days ago
Defense Talent - Indianapolis, IN
Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of community resources Experience with Case Management Software Bilingual Skills: Employment type: Full time, Salary: $Unspecified Other Information Degree: Experience...
30+ days ago

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Detecting and Preventing Child Abuse (HTML 5) Course
The main objective of this session is to help you understand the importance of recognizing and preventing child abuse.

Helping Your Child Get Through Your Divorce with Success
Are you divorced, divorcing, or planning a divorce? Are you concerned about possible negative effects on your child? Do you wish there was a roadmap to help you empower your children?   This...

Human Rights Theory and Philosophy
The course commences through exploring the development of the conventional understanding of universal human rights and then moves to critiquing this concept from cultural relativist, postmodern,...

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