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The world needs your brightness, your ideas, your hope, your anger, your determination, and your vision. The future is calling. Welcome. Read more

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Be organized, use your coping mechanisms, practice self-care, and build a support network to minimize stress during your job search in this challenging time. Read more

Careers

As social workers, we are programmed to learn from evidence-based perspectives. Are we remembering that our clients are the source of this evidence? Read more

Practice

Our current situation as we seek to gain homeostasis and balance during the COVID-19 pandemic is an in vivo experience of anomie. We can do this by redefining how we measure excellence. Read more

Practice

Public health professionals have long examined behavior in the context of prevention efforts. Three theories and models may explain responses to physical distancing guidelines during the coronavirus pandemic. Read more

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Societal burnout is a state of being in which we are overwhelmed, overburdened, and overloaded by grave societal problems. With frequency, we see societal burnout on top of professional burnout on top of personal burnout. Read more

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This is me, a first-generation college graduate, telling you: You can do it. I know it. Others know it. I hope you know it, too. Read more

Education & Credentials 1 Comments

In the space between grief and hope, there is unprecedented opportunity for this year's social work graduates. Read more

Education & Credentials 6 Comments

Social work graduates in the class of 2020 are already planning to use the necessary technology to make things happen. Recognize the moment, start with yourself, and stay connected. The need for social work is evident. Read more

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From a team of seasoned social work educators, we hear you. Here are a few ideas for alternative activities to help both undergraduate and graduate social work students meet their field requirements during the COVID-19 crisis. Read more

Field Placement

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are in extraordinary times. Consider the issues that arise when social workers are suddenly forced to provide services through technology that they previously provided in person. Ethical exceptions are discussed. Read more

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