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Position Available in California

Posted On: 04/28/09 | Comments (0)

AGENCY: Year Up
TITLE: Manager of Student Services
LOCATION: San Francisco Bay Area, CA

ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW: Year Up's mission is to close the Opportunity Divide in our country by providing urban young adults with the skills, experience and support that will empower them to reach their potential through professional careers and higher education.

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Graduation Attire Still Available

Posted On: 04/27/09 | Comments (0)

Don't forget, the OSS has graduation attire available for students to borrow. We still have gowns, hoods, and robes. Stop by OSS (1748 SSWB) soon.

If you're interested in donating graduation attire that you've purchased, there will be a box available for you to deposit these items. Donations make it possible for us to offer this service to future students!

Complete graduation details can be found here.

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Job Openings

Posted On: 04/27/09 | Comments (0)

Job Openings in Howell working with survivors of domestic violence and Detroit with substance abuse treatment.

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MSW Student Jamie Phillip to Receive Rosalie Ginsberg Award

Posted On: 04/23/09 | Comments (0)

MSW Student Jamie Phillip was selected to receive the Rosalie Ginsberg Award for Community Service & Social Action's Outstanding Campus Impact Award. This award is given to individual students or student organizations that have demonstrated excellence in creating, developing, or sustaining opportunities for community service, social action, and learning.

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Share Housing With a Social Work Student

Posted On: 04/21/09 | Comments (0)

The School of Social Work offers a roommate matching feature on its website. This is a great place to find a roommate or post housing you have available. You must be a matriculated student (with a uniqname & password) to access the site. The site can be found at:
www.ssw.umich.edu/housing/

Intensive Home-Based Therapist Postions

Posted On: 04/20/09 | Comments (0)

Provide individual, couple, and family therapy intensively in the homes of families...

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What Can Social Media Do For You?

Posted On: 04/20/09 | Comments (0)

Check out the top 10 social media sites every student should know about as you transition from graduate student to professional.

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Reminder - CBI Applications Due Monday!

Posted On: 04/17/09 | Comments (0)

Applications for the Community-Based Initiative Program are due Monday, April 20, 2009. This program offers resident and nonresident funding opportunities for incoming 2009 MSW students.

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Michigan Group Psychotherapy Society 2009 Spring Institute

Posted On: 04/13/09 | Comments (0)

The Michigan Group Psychotherapy Society and the Institute for Individual and Group Psychotherapy are hosting a workshop on Saturday, May 2, entitled: "How the Personality of the Therapist Affects Treatment."

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Field Evaluation Due Date - April 20

Posted On: 04/10/09 | Comments (0)

Field Evaluations are due to the Field Office on Monday, April 20. Please be sure to include the original 'Term Hours' page, student self-assessment, and field instructor narrative, all with original signatures.

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Education Job Fair: Tuesday, April 21

Posted On: 04/08/09 | Comments (0)

Mark your calendars! The U-M Career Center is hosting their annual Education Job Fair on Tuesday, April 21 from 9:30am to 2:30pm in the Michigan Union.

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Approaching Deadlines: Post-MSW Fellowships

Posted On: 04/07/09 | Comments (0)

Looking for additional training before entering the job market? Consider applying to a post-MSW fellowship opportunity. Applications are being accepted for positions in palliative care and policy work in health and aging.

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Professor Checkoway Gives Keynote Address

Posted On: 04/07/09 | Comments (0)

University of Michigan School of Social Work Professor Barry Checkoway gave the keynote address at Princeton University's Alcohol Coalition Committee (ACC) seminar titled "High-Risk Drinking: Catalyzing a Culture Change."

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Apply for the Community Based Initiative Program

Posted On: 04/03/09 | Comments (2)

Community Based Initiative (CBI) positions will be awarded to a maximum of 20 incoming students who are interested in specializing in community-based work. The purpose of the program is to train committed specialists in community-based work through courses, projects, and field placements in southwest Detroit and east Dearborn.

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UM 2009 Season Football Tickets - Social Work Student Group Seating

Posted On: 04/01/09 | Comments (0)

Social work students who are planning to purchase student tickets for the upcoming football season can request seating in the social work group section by indicating the following when they order their tickets through: http://MGOBlue.com/tickets

GROUP: SOCW
PASSWORD: SOCW

Questions about tickets should be directed to the Ticket Office.

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Closed Petition selecting the correct term

Posted On: 04/01/09 | Comments (0)

When submitting closed course petitions be sure to select the correct term. We are currently working with our web developer to remove the option of the Winter 2009 term or at least have it not default to that term. Please monitor the term you are selecting closely during the closed course petition process.

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Closed Course Petition Priority Deadline April 6

Posted On: 04/01/09 | Comments (0)

Please note that to receive the most expedient action to your closed course petition and priority over petitions submitted at later dates submit your petitions for both Spring/Summer and Fall 2009 by April 6, 2009. Relevant petition dates are included on the Petition form.

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