Fall 2019 MSW Student EventsSeptember 30, 2019
Rutgers School of Social Work is pleased to host a variety of events for MSW students this fall. Among them are:
- Promoting Equity and Social Justice for NJ Families and Communities on October 16
- New Jersey is one of the wealthiest states in the U.S., so why are so many of our clients, families, and communities struggling? What contributes to such inequities? And how are such inequities related to the social problems that social workers fight to address every day?
- From Student to Professional: The Importance of Taking Care of Yourself on October 18
- Come join us for a panel discussion of practicing self-care. This event will be offered as a workshop and webinar. Please only sign up for one.
- Management and Policy Specialization Sessions on October 30, November 4, and November 5
- The Rutgers MSW degree led many alumni to successful careers as executive leaders, policy analysts, researchers, and politicians. Will you be called next? Whether you feel certain or uncertain about your career path, we highly encourage you to attend the specialization session. Let's talk about your future today.
- Private Practice: What it Really Means on November 15
- As part of the School of Social Work's fall brown bag series, join us in a discussion led by faculty on intriguing and innovative ideas in social work. This discussion will be led by Gina Sharpe, LCSW, Dr. Sam Jones, and Dr. Edward Alessi.
Learn more about these, and all of our upcoming events, on the School of Social Work's events calendar.