I give a lot of credit to the Employment Services team: they are masters of their trade.
Networking events at CWEE opened new avenues for me, and mock interviews with people from the finance industry (where I want to wind up) just filled my cup.
Ethical standards of scientific inquiry are emphasized with attention to protecting and promoting the well-being of vulnerable and oppressed populations.
Ultimately, students are expected to be able to access, critically evaluate, and appropriately use empirical research to inform and evaluate their practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities. If waived, the student is required to complete three additional credits in policy-related graduate-level coursework.
Time flew by, and 8 days in Phase 1 of the program felt too quick.
Phase 2’s computer literacy training was a piece of cake: I have a degree in computers, but I still learned something I didn’t know in MS Word. Pretty soon, I was in Phase 3, working on my resume and cover letter, interviewing skills, and the application process.
Before I even graduated from phase 3, I had a job interview lined up with a financial organization.
Many more connections and opportunities keep floating in each day.
This course provides students with an overview and assessment of current domestic social welfare policies and programs, and the factors that influence their development.
Special attention is given to income maintenance, personal social services, and in-kind benefits.