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Edward J. Meredith

The Cause, The Cure, The Remedy

Social work is everything. The cause, the cure, and the remedy. What’s your story? Reflections on social work by Edward J. Meredith, MSW student at Loyola University Chicago.

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As a 49-year-old wife, mother, and grandmother, my needs were vastly different from those of a typical college student. I began networking with other nontraditional students and assessing their needs. We all yearned to feel included. more

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I decided that a career in social work is exactly what I wanted, what I needed. I wanted to better my life for my son, and I also wanted to better the world that he was going to grow up in. more

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Good Deeds - poetry by Mariliz Chan, Shippensburg University social work student. more

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Twin Towers is artwork by Dr. Nubian Sun of Western Kentucky University. more

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Maybe we're not doing our jobs correctly if we're not making waves. Social workers offer up that mirror that reflects the ill of society, not to say it’s irreparable but the opposite. more

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This is the fifth in our series of "Future Social Worker" memes by social worker/new mom Gina Bowers. more

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Anneke Krakers, a Dutch social worker, offers a visualization and virtual journey for social workers. more

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Welcome to Our Social Work Month Project!

The New Social Worker's Social Work Month Project 2016 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, music, and more.

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