What Education is Required to Work in Youth Development?
You are expected to have deep knowledge of early childhood development, family dynamics, foundational principles of interpersonal relationships, therapeutic intervention techniques, and social services. Most employers require an associate’s, baccalaureate, advanced degree, or certificate. A graduate degree or certificate in Youth, Family, and Community Sciences equips you with the skills and credentials necessary to succeed in this field.
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