Second-year students, as well as anyone considering a social work career, may be interested in this “Career Outlook” infographic for our graduates, based on data collected from the Class of 2012.
Continuing our series of posts on social work careers, we talk to CUSSW alumna Kristin Meyer (MS’10), who works in the area of corporate social responsibility at Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.
Continuing our series of posts on social work careers, we talk to CUSSW alumna Kathleen Chiarantona (MS’12), who works in HHS on the Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood Program.
Continuing our series of posts on social work careers, we talk to another CUSSW alumnus, Daniel Kamins (MS’08), who works in corporate philanthropy.
In a new series of posts on social work careers, we talk to CUSSW alumni who got launched in their careers upon graduation. First up: Emily Jabbour (MS’06), who works at a federal agency. (She is also the outgoing president of CUSSW’s Alumni Association!)
If you’re about to graduate and still looking for a job, networking opportunities cannot crop up often enough. In this short video, find out why the Second Year Reps on SUEB decided to organize a student-alumni networking brunch on March 3rd. (And sign up if you haven’t already!)
CUSSW student Chris Villatoro appears in a video made by the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), telling his personal story of transitioning to civilian life.
The U.S. Navy dropped anchor for the first time at the School of Social Work, as alumna Jennifer Bornemann (MSSW, 2000), who now serves as an officer in the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, introduced Commander Stephen Bromberek, the director of social work at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.