Students with an interest in the profession of Child Life and other professions that connect with children in medical settings will enjoy the benefits of being an active member in the Child Life Club. Our organization provides educational and volunteer opportunities, leadership experiences, and fellowship for Undergraduate and Graduate students. Members have the opportunity to participate in hands-on Child Life activities and to learn more about various pediatric illnesses and medical procedures. In fun and creative ways members will also gain practical experience through Child Life activities, fundraising for local Child Life programs, and providing community outreach.
This is an Academic & Professional Development organization for students interested in involvement opportunities beyond the classroom in the fields of Family Life Education; Human Development/Family Relations; FCS Ed; Counseling/Human Services; Scholarly Research and Applied Family Studies.
We are an affiliate of NCFR (National Council on Family Relationships) and an Illinois State University RSO (Registered Student Organization). Our focus is to provide opportunities for students and professionals to demonstrate involvement beyond academics in the field of Family & Consumer Sciences.
Mission: We strive to be leaders in the field of family life education by contributing to the knowledge and multidisciplinary understanding of families. At the center of these goals rests the view that families are the foundation of communities and the core of our society
The National Council on Family Relations was organized in 1938 to establish a forum for family researchers, educators, and practitioners to share in the development and publication of knowledge about families and family relationships, provide professional standards, and work to promote family well-being. www.ncfr.org
The following is provided to all active members of ISU-CFR: