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active Oct 24 '16 at 17:27

How has being a social worker impacted you? What has been the most rewarding experience that you have had as a social worker?

Hi! I am a freshman in college and majoring in musical theatre and social science. When I graduate, I want to go to graduate school to get a master's in social work. Because I am planning to pursue a career in social work, specifically adoption social work or child welfare, I was wondering how bein

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active Oct 10 '16 at 09:04

when going for a msw is it better to get a clinical social work or a family and children focus if I want to have a group home. Considering some children may need to be diagnosed before entering the group home.

I was told that if I wanted to own a group home I would need to have experience working and dealing with children but someone recommended the clinical social work degree saying that it would include knowledge of childhood development and would give me more reach as a social worker.

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active May 10 '16 at 22:12

What is the best part about being a social worker?

Hi! My name is Anina and I'm a high school senior interning at CareerVillage. I have a fellow classmate who wants to become a social worker. I've heard that it's a "thankless" job. Why would they want to do it? What makes the job worth it?

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active May 04 '16 at 12:17

How competitive is the social work field?

Hi, I'm Alyssa. I was wondering how competitive the social work field is because I'm hoping to study social work in college. Are there a lot of job openings in this field?

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active Feb 15 '16 at 22:06

I am interested in becoming a Child/Family Welfare Social Worker.

Hi! So, I'm 16 and a junior in high school. I'm currently looking at accredited colleges of social work I'd be interested in attending. What are some other things I should do to prepare? Also! Can someone tell me what an average day to day work day is like? I'm interested specifically in Adoption

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active Jun 11 '13 at 10:02

How does the relationship between clients and social workers change over time?

I'm a senior in highschool and I've been interested in social work for quite some time. So far, I understand the general idea about what social workers do: help people with their emotional, familial, or even physical dilemmas. Also, I have the impression that social workers remain in an office all d

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active Apr 18 '12 at 18:30

MSW vs MPH?

'm interested in earning my MSW because I would like to do clinical social work and therapy. Recently, however I have realized that I would love to also have a Masters in Public Health because it offers more of a macro level of understanding of social issues and the degree can lead toward administra

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active Nov 08 '16 at 10:30

LCPC vs LCSW

I'm in my second year of college and thought I would major in psych and then decide if I will get my MA in social work or counseling later, however I heard about the advanced standing option for people who get their BA in social work so now I'm leaning towards that. I want to facilitate horse assist

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active Oct 30 '16 at 22:23

Would a degree in Psychology or Social Work be for suitable for me if I am looking to counsel individuals and becoming a life coach?

I am in the process of transferring to a four year college, but I do not know which route to go. I've always had the passion to speak to people about their problems and find their true potential. Aside from counseling, I also have a dream of becoming a Life Coach. I know that both of these fields ar

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active Oct 17 '16 at 11:04

After you graduate from college with a major in psychology, what are some some steps that you can take in order to get a job as a mental health/ substance abuse social worker?

Hi I am Grace, I am currently a sophomore in high school but I am very interested in this field of study. I just wanted to know some steps that it takes to actually become a social worker because a lot of people go to college to major in psychology but never put it to use. So it is a waste of time t

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