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For those who are interested in a career maintaining the physical and mental wellness of their customers, the Human Services career cluster is an area with limitless potential. This cluster covers a vast array of pathways filled with opportunities in consumer, counseling and mental health, childcare, and family and community services. The amount of education needed for this field varies significantly based on the actual job being performed. For example, becoming a therapist would require a high level degree whereas becoming a shampooer may simply require manual dexterity. Human Services also extends to services provided to those who are deceased and includes those that work in the funeral industry such as embalmers and funeral attendants.
Members in the clergy organize and lead religious services, instruct people that seek conversion to a particular faith, and provide counseling to groups and individuals regarding their spiritual, personal and emotional needs. Clergy members include ministers, pastors, priests, bishops, imams and rabbis.
The director of fitness at a resort manages and provides instruction to guests in the workout facilities. This includes the ordering of new equipment as well as providing personal training and teaching workout classes.
A licensed clinical social worker diagnoses and treats mental illnesses; they help clients to find productive ways to deal with difficult situations they are experiencing. The type of work that Wendy (featured in the video) does is a little different than what social workers generally do - helping to set clients up with useful community resources.
Social workers typically assist patients with discharge plans when they leave a facility. They assist patients with setting up community resources they will need when they are at home. Make sure to use the search box to find videos made by Emily and Wendy!