Behavioral Health Career Connections is designed for students, age 16 and older, to explore career pathways in the field of behavioral health.
Students learn about key topics in behavioral health including wellness, abuse, neglect, addiction, grief, stress and mental health while discovering career paths within the field.
The program includes:
- Exposure to behavioral health care careers (certificate to doctorate)
- Site visits
- Presentations by behavioral health professionals
- Industry recognized training or credential relating to behavioral health
- Interactive projects and group activities
Participants can earn one University of Alaska credit for this class.
In-person or distance-delivered sessions may be scheduled. Contact us for more information.
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"Behavioral Health Career Connections made me 100% sure that I want to go to college for a career in behavioral health"
"The Mental Health First Aid training was incredibly helpful and informative. It has increased my interest in the field of mental health. I also feel more confident on how to to deal with situations around me."