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Job Opening: Home-based Family Therapist

Posted On: 02/21/12 | Comments (0)

Immediate opening for a Home-based Family Therapist at Parkside Family Counseling. Licensed MSW or equivalent. Contractual position, starting part-time, working up to full-time.

Service delivery using the MST model of therapy. Training & supervision provided. Must enjoy teenagers. Additional outpatient work may be available. Flexibility, organization and teamwork a must.

Send resume to: Parkside Family Counseling, 738 S. Main Street, Adrian, MI 49221.

Categories: Career Services

Job Opening: School-based Clinician

Posted On: 02/21/12 | Comments (0)

Immmediate opening for a school-based clinician at Parkside Family Counseling. Licensed MSW or equivalent. Contractual position, 4-5 days per week. Organization, experience and teamwork a must. Send resume to: Parkside Family Counseling, 738 S. Main Street, Adrian, MI 49221.

Categories: Career Services

Advocates for Youth Fundraising Advisory Board

Posted On: 02/21/12 | Comments (0)

Advocates for Youth, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to helping young people make informed, responsible decisions about their sexual and reproductive health, is launching a Youth Fundraising Advisory Board (Y-FAB).

The deadline to apply is 2/29/12.

Individuals under the age of 30 are encouraged to apply, especially those who are committed to sexual and reproductive health issues and interested in learning more about fundraising in the non-profit arena.

An electronic version of the application is available at www.advocatesforyouth.org/y-fab, and can be mailed to liz@advocatesforyouth.org, faxed to (202) 419-1448 (attn: Liz Merck), or mailed to Advocates for Youth, attn: Liz Merck, 2000 M Street NW, Suite 750, Washington DC 20036.

Categories: Career Services

Social Work in Palliative Care Fellowship

Posted On: 02/21/12 | Comments (0)

The University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview, Palliative Care Program announces a nine month, full time fellowship in Clinical Social Work in Palliative Care, to begin on September 1, 2012.

For a program description and application please visit http://www.fairview.org/fv/groups/internet/documents/web_content/s_072292.pdf
or contact Dot Landis, ACSW, LICSW at 612-273-5893 or dlandis1@fairview.org.

The deadline for applications is April 15, 2012.

Categories: Career Services

2012 MCB Roy Johnson Scholarship Application

Posted On: 02/13/12 | Comments (0)

The Michigan Commission for the Blind and the Michigan Department of Education in collaboration with the Roy Johnson Scholarship Trust Fund provides persons who are blind and visually impaired an opportunity to apply for scholarship funds.

Interested applicants may obtain the information from the Michigan Commission for the Blind’s website and go to the “Resources” section under “Other resources” to complete the application process.

Deadline: May 31, 2012

Categories: MSW Students

Social Media in Social Work Brown Bag - Wed, 2/15/12

Posted On: 02/09/12 | Comments (0)

The Office of Field Instruction is hosting a discussion with SSW alumna Carrie Rheingans that will help you feel better pepared to responsibly utilize social media as a social work professional.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15 - 12:30-1:30pm - Rm 2752 SSWB

Please join us and bring your lunch. Light snacks will be provided.

Contact Alia Wesala for questions: aliagw@umich.edu

Categories: MSW Students

SSW Spring Commencement Information

Posted On: 02/06/12 | Comments (0)

SSW Spring Commencement Ceremony
Power Center
Saturday, April 28, 2012 at 1:00 PM

Reception immediately following in the Power Center Lobby.

Please click here to read important information for April 2012 MSW degree candidates.
Categories: MSW Students , PhD Students

North Campus Do Something and Play Day

Posted On: 02/06/12 | Comments (0)

Wednesday, February 15th, 12-2pm in the Pierpont Atrium

Engaging with students in an interactive and fun way while providing information on mental health wellness and well-being has proven to be helpful to UM students. This free event is hosted by CAPS.

Click to watch a short invitation video for this event.

Categories: MSW Students , PhD Students