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Susan L.Parry, M.Ed.

sparry@ccsnh.edu
603-542-7744 ext 5415
I have been at River Valley Community College since 1994 as Program Director and faculty in the Human Services program and recently added the Teacher Education program to my responsiblities.. My career has included preschool, K-12 public schools and human services positions in non-profit organizations. I received an undergraduate degree from the State University of New York, Plattsburgh and a Master of Education from the University of Maine @ Orono. Educational experiences have continued at various universities, workshops, in-services, seminars and conferences.

Related Links

Empower people and families to jointly create solutions and opportunities. -David Wetherow

The Early Education and Intervention Network of New Hampshire’s purpose is to provide a collaborative forum for identifying issues and providing information and support to promote best practice in early intervention and early childhood special education www.eeinnh.org

The mission of the National Alliance of Direct Support Professionals (NADSP) is to promote the development of a highly competent human services workforce which supports people with disabilities in achieving their life goals.
www.nadsp.org

National Organization for Human Services (NOHS) …Strengthening recognition of the unique and valued role of human services professionals. This site contains specific information about human services as a profession as well as the ethical standards for the profession.       www.nationalhumanservices.org

New England Organization of Human Services (NEOHS), an organization for Human Service Practitioners, Educators, and Students. www.newenglandhumanservices.com

Transfer Agreements

There are transfer agreements with Franklin Pierce University www.franklinpierce.edu, New England College www.nec.edu, Rivier University www.rivier.edu and Springfield College School of Human Services www.spfldcol.edu/shs. Students have also successfully transferred to other area colleges as they continued their education towards a four year degree.