Journal of Human Services
Writing is perhaps one of the most essential skills of the human service practitioner. However, many human service students lack the writing skills required to perform the necessary duties of their profession. This article describes an innovative initiative designed to strengthen the writing skills of students enrolled in a baccalaureate-level human services program.
Original Publication Citation
Dustin, J. C., Craigen, L., & Milliken, T. (2010). Who or whom? A program innovation to improve the writing skills of human service students. Journal of Human Services, 30(1), 66-70.
Dustin, Jill C.; Craigen, Laurie; and Milliken, Tammi, "Who or Whom? A Program Innovation to Improve the Writing Skills of Human Service Students" (2010). Counseling & Human Services Faculty Publications. 22.