Organize patterns. Solve complicated problems.
Enhance your ability to organize data and analyze complicated principles to bring to light critical insights that solve important theoretical and real-world problems.
In late January 2019, several PUC classes assisted local agencies with a government-required Point In Time (PIT) count of the homeless in Clearlake, California. Students in Human Behavior in the Social Environment developed their basic client assessment skills; those in Program Evaluation conducted research on an existing community program; and students in Statistical Methods studied how statistics can provide insight into local communities and play a role in securing and directing resources. The Principles of Counseling class was invited to take part for hands-on experience.
January 31, 2019