The student seeking a certificate or degree in Early Childhood and Family Studies must complete an Internship to be awarded a certificate or degree. The Internship is completed in the last semester of the program. In the semester before enrolling in the Internship, students must complete the following steps: 1) Contact the Early Childhood and Family Studies Program to enroll in the course. 2) Completed drug screening. 3) Completed criminal background check, 4) Completed tuberculosis screening.
Mandatory Internship Orientation
Students planning to graduate in academic year 2017-2018 must attend the Mandatory Internship Orientation on Wednesday, March 29, 2017 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm at St. Philip's College in the Center for Health Professions Building, Room 102. Students need to RSVP to Amy Huebner, Instructor/Internship Coordinator at (210) 486-2364 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Careers in Early Childhood and Family Studies
- Head Start Teacher
- Child Care Teacher
- Family Home Provider
- Early Intervention/Special Needs Program
- School-Age provider
- Child Care Center Director
- Early Childhood Teacher in public school, Head Start or child care setting
- Child Care Center Director/Owner/Coordinator
- Child Life Specialist
- Family and Protective Services Worker