Sunday, November 19, 2017
University of Hawaii at Manoa
University of Hawaii System
College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
What's my future in family resources?
Family Resources (FamR) graduates have successful careers and are contributing significantly to the improvement of the quality of individual and family life through their work and leadership in human services, education, business, and government, both in Hawai‘i and abroad. FamR graduates are prepared for bachelor’s-level professional positions in:

• Family service agencies
• Family life education programs
• Parenting education programs
• Children/youth programs
• Gerontology programs
• Child care/early childhood education centers
• Consumer affairs/consumer relations 

Many FamR graduates work in human services agencies or education. Others have upplemented their FamR degrees by completing graduate programs in Counseling, Social Work, Education, Public Health and other related fields. 

FamR alumni business and leadership roles in Hawai‘i:
  • Director, Center on the Family
  • Former State of Hawai‘i Representative
  • VP Donor program, Blood Bank of Hawai‘i
  • Honolulu County Executive, Elderly Affairs Division
  • Executive Director, Catholic Social Services
  • Associate Director, People Attentive To Children (PATCH)
  • American Samoa Liaison, College of Education, University of Hawai‘i
  • Director, state-wide pre-Plus-Early Childhood Education Program, Dept. of Health Services
  • Human Development Instructor, KCC
  • Director, St. Timothy’s Children’s Center
  • Deputy Surgeon General, State of Hawai‘i
  • Early Childhood Education Teacher, The Early Education Center
  • Program Specialist, Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawai‘i

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