July 30, 2013
Anyone interested in advocacy and making a difference for animals can register for Humane Society University Fall 1 2013 classes.
Humane Society University’s School of Continuing Education provides career enhancement and skill development for professionals and volunteers in the dynamic and growing fields of animal welfare and animal sheltering, as well as law enforcement, the non-profit sector, and advocacy or education work.
Online courses will include topics such as:
- “Non-Legislative Targets: Changing Corporate Policies,” which will provide students with the strategies to be an effective animal advocate in the corporate arena;
- “Managing Conflict and Resolving Problems,” which will help students address the interpersonal challenges faced in the field of animal welfare; and
- “Small Animals: Care and Adoption,” which will focus on how to address the needs and habits of a range of small and exotic animals, including rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters and who are the best matches for these animals.