Social Work Month Project 2017

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Why be a social worker? A poem by Monique Smith, MSW student at the University of Texas at Arlington. more

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Active listening and being fully present with others cannot be underestimated.  Every person has a story and every person wants to be heard. more

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While she was certainly a challenge, and not at all what I envisioned, Ms. B taught me that I should strive to enter any new client situation with perseverance, patience, compassion, empathy, and maybe a few emergency butter packets. more

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“Unifying Latin American Families” presents a group of arms tattooed with different kinds of Latin American traditions’ images, surrounded by signs indicating uncertainty. This art piece was inspired by uncertainty in the U.S. political climate. more

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I didn't know what I wanted to major in. Then, one day I realized my passion for social justice. more

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A chance meeting prompted me to be thankful for all the blessings in my life. I am excited about my future career, and I am honored to be a social worker. more

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“Oh, my,” the social worker trembled. “I am but one little social worker.” “I am not mighty...I am but a mere mortal with no cape, no super powers nor mysterious capabilities.” “Alone, I am weak.” more

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I was informed that Ms. Ellen was actively passing away and that her family was unable to make it to be at her bedside. As I sat with Ms. Ellen, I held her hand, letting her know she was not alone. more

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Retired social worker Phyllis Babrove reflects on the rewards of the profession. more

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My policy class partnered with Love Your School, addressing the effects of obesity and the ability of children to learn and be successful in school through improved access to healthy food, increased physical activity, and nutrition education. more

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Our Clients/ Ourselves III - You are Under Arrest - Trace/ Truse/ Ruse/ Use/ Us – e - a poem by Gregory Gross, MSW. more

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I sit with people who are sick or dying and witness peace and chaos, dysfunction and despair, humility and strength, beauty and pain. Almost 19 years after starting my career, I'm in awe of the resiliency of the human spirit. more

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Social Work in Our Paradise - a poem by Ionut Cioarta of Bucharest, Romania more

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Social workers must uphold the utmost respect of different ethnic backgrounds by educating themselves on different types of cultural medicinal practices that may strengthen the professional and personal relationship between patient and social worker. more

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Victim to Survivor is a reverse poem, meant to be read top to bottom and then from bottom back to the top. Written by UNC Charlotte BSW student Sarah Stevenson and performed by Winthrop University MSW student Shalesha Smith. more

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Welcome to Our Social Work Month Project 2017!

The New Social Worker's Social Work Month Project 2017 features works submitted by social work practitioners, educators, and students. As we celebrate the social work profession during the month of March, we showcase the contributors' talents in the areas of writing, art, and more.

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