Social Work Career Connect: Changing Areas of Practice - The Transferability of Social Work Skills

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Great thanks!

It develops my understanding about socialwork skills

alemneh tsegaw 163 days ago

Transferable Soft Skills in Social Work

Thanks Valerie, Well written. Keep up the good work.

Annie Haokip 165 days ago

Thank you Annie!

Glad you find it helpful!

Valerie Arendt 163 days ago

Thats great

This is great news to me,Where can i study social working,

Ethel 172 days ago

Social work education

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Transferable Skills

Valerie, thank you for this article! It was very informative!

Eboni Moran 186 days ago

Thank you Eboni!

Thank you for being an amazing NASW-NC member!

Valerie Arendt 163 days ago

Beautiful piece!

As usual, great job, Valerie! This was well-written, timely with upcoming May graduations, and helpful. Thanks for all that you do!

Jenna Meints 215 days ago

Thank you Jenna!

Thank you for being an amazing social worker!

Valerie Arendt 201 days ago

Transferable skills

This was a wonderful piece that offered specific alternatives to resume and interview traps we have all fallen into. I have had several career transitions across my career and this article helped me think differently about how each makes me more professionally relevant today both in soft and hard skills.

KarenVC 216 days ago

Thank you Karen!

Glad you enjoyed the article.

Valerie Arendt 201 days ago

Are social work skills also transferable to other domains and industries?

Great article Valerie! Thank you. I wonder if social work skills are also transferable to other domains or industries?

Anneke 223 days ago

Social Work Skills in Nontraditional Settings

Thank you Anneke! I will be facilitating the #MacroSW chat on May 18 to address this very topic! Join us if you are on Twitter!

Valerie Arendt 201 days ago

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