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Juvenile Corrections

Those interested in working with youth offenders might want to consider a career in juvenile corrections. Continue reading to learn more about education options and job opportunities in the field.

Inside Juvenile Corrections

Juvenile corrections specialists arrange for safe and protected environments for juveniles, as well as assist in mediation. They also develop remedies, retain youth files and provide assistance when needed. Workers are employed by various agencies, including government or private juvenile assistance organizations. Study.com has various resources that will help you explore your education and career options in juvenile corrections.

Education Options

Employers may require a minimum of a bachelor's degree in a related field to work as a corrections specialist, although educational programs start at the certificate level. Some courses might include psychology, unusual conduct, social difficulties and delinquency. Some governmental agencies might have their own training program that workers must complete. Other requirements might include passing multiple examinations, such as verbal examinations and mental assessments. The following pages contain more information about education opportunities in juvenile corrections.

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