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Three young ladies sit at desks, writing in packets wearing black hoodies, while another more mature woman, also wearing black, stands over them, talking.
Child Development (CHLD) majors are interested in working directly with children or indirectly for children as administrators, advocates, helpers, and/or researcher roles.
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