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For Students: Info Sessions About MC's Mental Health Program on Nov. 30

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Published: Nov 22 2017 12:00AM

Join us on November 30 at 2:30 p.m. OR 5 p.m. in the Health Science building, room HC-122. Help make the world a kinder and more considerate place!

Why is Mental Health (MHLT)so important?

*29% increase in employment availability from 2012 to 2022. A career in the mental health sector will help you be employable.
*Montgomery College (MC), Takoma Park, has an outstanding Mental Health Program that uniquely prepares you for your future in the mental health sector. You are given the opportunity to earn an A.A.S. that prepares you to be a mental health professional upon graduation, or to transfer to a four-year university.

What makes the MC, Takoma Park, MHLT program exceptional?
*MHLT students are in a unique position to have both academic training and hands-on experience before the student graduates from MC. Often students are offered jobs after completing their course of study - from their practicum site

Why major in the mental health field?
*Students may begin their career in the field of mental health directly after graduating with your A.A.S in MHLT.
*You could begin working as a residential counselor, a psych tech in a hospital, case manager, or many other entry opportunities. You are employable with the AAS degree from MC. The MHLT program staff will discuss your career prospects that the MHLT AAS degree offers you during the interview, and will continue the discussion throughout your course of study.

WHY do I want to work as a mental health professional? Being a mental health professional rewards you for helping others, advocating for those in need, making your corner of the world a brighter, kinder, and more beautiful place. Mental health professionals are able to help address social justice issues through your work in the community. Being a Mental Health Professional, through the MHLT AAS program of study, and your desire to help others may afford you the opportunity to make an impact on individuals, families, and communities.

Please RSVP to Professor Maiden: natalie.maiden@montgomerycollege.edu, or leave a message for her on: 240.576.1394 (o) or 301.943.9723 (c) to let the program know which session you will attend Nov. 30th, either 2:30 pm OR 5 pm, in HS 122

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