Students with a background in child development can pursue professional opportunities in many related fields including teaching, social services, producing children's films, books and magazines, educational television, children's toys and educational software. Graduates work in community and support services as home visitors and child advocates at the local, state or national level. Skill sets and certificate programs include: Associate Teacher and Teacher, Site Supervisor, Family Child Care Provider, Infant/Toddler Emphasis and Children with Special Needs Emphasis.
If you would like to inquire on any of the programs listed within this site or would like further information, please refer to the numbers listed below or e-mail us and someone will respond to you shortly.
Dept. Location: F7-305
Department - Main line:
Fax: (323) 415-5318
Child Development Training Consortium:
Mentor Teacher Program:
*All other programs, please call: Main Line
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