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Join Career Services on Tuesday, April 10 as we welcome a representative of Hillside Family of Agencies (HFA) for a career information session.  They'll share information on their current openings for Youth Care Professionals, as well as information about their agency and the human services field.

HFA, a nonprofit organization, is a leading provider of child welfare, mental health, youth development, developmental disabilities, juvenile justice, adoption, and special education services to children and families across Central and Western New York.

This session is open to students from all class years, however their current opening is for a full-time position and they may soon have summer positions available.  Psychology, sociology and education majors are sought for this open position, and future positions may be opening up for Recreation & Leisure Services majors as well as Occupational Therapists.

HFA will host their information session on April 10 (Tuesday) at 12:15pm in Career Services.  To reserve your seat, please login to your eRecruiting account and search for "information session" in the events calendar.

If you have questions about this employer visit, please contact

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Career Services at or (607) 274-3365. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.



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