Social Work News

Social Work: Protecting Your Title

Posted by admin on April 16, 2013  /   Posted in Social Work News

You wouldn’t want a doctor who hadn’t been through medical school or a lawyer who hadn’t passed the bar. So why should companies and organizations be allowed to place candidates without a social work degree in a social work position? Many believe that they shouldn’t. Social workers reach out to people when they are most vulnerable. It takes a special skill set

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Debunking Misconceptions: What Social Workers Actually Do

Posted by on March 13, 2013  /   Posted in Social Work News

Misconceptions persist about the breadth and depth of services offered by social workers. This article examines the role of social workers and how they help the public at large. There’s a lot more to social work than most people realize. Misconceptions and stigmas about the profession may prevent people from taking advantage of the help

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Team Building Exercises for Children

Posted by on March 05, 2013  /   Posted in Social Work News

While pursuing a social work degree, you may encounter children who need assistance building trust and teamwork skills. We’ve outlined eight cooperative games that both challenge and entertain children while teaching them vital social skills and how to interact with peers. Today’s children face new and different challenges than those before them. Technology can overwhelm

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Earn an Associate Degree in Human Services for New Opportunities

Posted by on March 08, 2012  /   Posted in Social Work News

Two-year degree gears grads toward a new career or a bachelor’s degree During turbulent economic times, like those millions of Americans are experiencing nationwide, increased stress can magnify personal issues and financial woes, causing many to seek the assistance of professionals trained to help people cope and overcome these personal afflictions. People who have a

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Graduates Discover Rewarding Career With Bachelor of Social Work

Posted by on February 28, 2012  /   Posted in Social Work News

Down economy pushes many into field of public service Times are tough for most people. A slowly recovering economy and a stagnant job market have made meeting day-to-day needs difficult for many people. In these times, people are inherently more willing to support one another and search for ways to care for those facing daunting

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