IMAGE SOURCE: Pixabay, public domain. Most social workers choose the field not for the money, but because they have a calling to help people. However, social work is an important and at times stressful career, and social workers still need to earn a living. When you complete a master’s in social work (MSW) degree – . . .
IMAGE SOURCE: Pixabay, public domain. For most social workers, the occupation isn’t so much a job as it is a calling. Unlike many sought-after degrees, a career in social work isn’t particularly lucrative or prestigious. However, it is rewarding in many other ways – so much so that competition for admission is fierce. Getting into . . .
IMAGE SOURCE: Pixabay, public domain. One of the best reasons to choose a traditional, residential bachelor’s in social work degree program is the extensive hands-on field work experience you will gain. While fieldwork experiences aren’t exclusive to on-campus programs of study, many of the top residential bachelor’s in social work degree programs in the United . . .
IMAGE SOURCE: Pixabay, public domain. With the growing number of online courses – and even fully-online degree programs – you may be surprised to find that many of the top bachelor’s in social work degree programs are residential. Find out precisely what it means for an undergraduate degree program to be residential and what factors . . .
IMAGE SOURCE: Pixabay, public domain. Online education might be popular right now, but so are traditional on-campus programs, especially for students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in social work. It’s not that these students aren’t tech-savvy or that they don’t appreciate the convenience of online learning, but rather because there are benefits to studying social work . . .
IMAGE SOURCE: Pixabay, public domain. When you begin searching for the best bachelor’s in social work program for you, you might be surprised how many top-performing programs are offered on campus only. Despite the large increase in online education offerings in recent years, several highly ranked undergraduate social work degree programs continue to operate the . . .
IMAGE SOURCE A mediator, unlike a lawyer, does not represent any of the parties in a legal dispute. Mediators are hired to be neutral, non-biased, negotiators for everyone involved in the dispute. Mediators are facilitators who help opposing parties look at the strengths and weaknesses of their arguments, identify common interests and solve the problem . . .
In the field of social work, you can do a lot with a bachelor’s degree, like attaining an entry-level job as a mental health assistant or a caseworker. If you aspire to become a licensed clinical social worker, though, you will need to earn an advanced degree eventually. Why not begin your college selection now? . . .
To enter the field of social work, you’ll need a college education. What’s less certain is how you earn your degree – on campus or online. While you can certainly earn a bachelor’s degree in social work from a respected school online, there are plenty of benefits to getting your education the traditional way, through . . .