For the 2014 Lego Challenge, first year Human Services students created an ambitious sculpture representing career architecture as a bridge on their professional journey. The students were, Amanda Tran, Kendra Lyle, Julia Hamlett, Brenna Lough, and Shai Fenwick.
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At the 2014 conference of the National Organization for Human Services in October in Las Vegas, Nevada, students Chris Ambrose and Morgan Burns presented a poster on Stevenson’s Career ArchitectureSM model. Human Services professionals from across the country were in attendance and spoke with Chris and Morgan about how this innovative model is applied in the Human Services program. Faculty members, Tom Swisher and Lauri Weiner both presented sessions at the conference.
The graduating class of Human Services majors pose following the senior poster presentation on April 23, 2014. The event highlights the students' work at local agencies as part of their field experience practicum.