Those in health and human services professions work to provide just that: they strive to offer the best in health and related services to individuals in our area. Human services is helpful to everyone, but is especially targeted to those in our society who need extra help in one form or another. From the social worker who makes sure a struggling family receives food stamps to the health educator who teaches communities about the importance of good nutrition; from the rehabilitation counselor who helps those who have suffered physical trauma to the counselors who help individuals and families who are struggling with a variety of issues, human services careers are a very important calling.

Career opportunities in health and human services includes options for all levels of education – high school diploma, certificate, 2-year degree, and 4-year degree. Explore your options for businesses as well as career focus with our diverse employers in the Winona area.


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