Social Workers in the News – February 11, 2009

Feb 11, 2009

SD Legislature committee refers social work bill
USD Volante Online – Vermillion, SD
As the Senate version of HB 1091, which would appropriate funds toward a master of social work degree program in higher education, Senate bill 72 will be

Hard times steer some toward social work
The Post-Standard – – Syracuse, NY
Employment of social workers is expected to grow 22 percent by 2016, according to the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Get a grip: They love him not
The Newark Advocate – Newark, OH
A desired outcome must be something over which you have control,” explains Loren Gelberg-Goff, LCSW, a private-practice marriage counselor in River Edge,

Social work program provides jobs
MU The Parthenon – Huntington,WV
A Bachelor of Social Work or a Master of Social Work degree provides students in the social work field with an opportunity to choose from a variety of jobs

If you think foreclosure has nothing to do with you, think again
Baltimore Examiner – Baltimore, MD
Nationally known motivational speaker and expert Reeta Wolfsohn is the founder of the financial social work discipline

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Salute Your Graduate with an NASW Press Book Gift

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