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Online Social Work License Exam Preparation Course

Posted On: 04/22/13 | Comments (0)

Online Social Work License Exam Preparation Course

Session 1: May 15 to June 14 (self-paced)

Your license is critical to successfully launching or advancing your social work career. However, results from the Association of Social Work Board show that up to 37% of social workers taking a licensing exam do not pass (rates vary by level of examination). Not passing your examination can be costly. You have to pay to retake the exam and, more importantly, you can risk losing career opportunities without your license.

Our structured exam preparation program can significantly increase the likelihood of passing the exam – on your first try! Your study plan will be tailored to best meet your learning needs. Our program has been designed to cover the Master's, Advanced Generalist, and Clinical licensure examination. The entire preparation program includes:
•Professional guidance on developing an individualized study plan
•Two-volume set of study guides with 1,600 practice questions
(published by the Social Work Examination Services Inc.)
•Live online coaching sessions
•Online forum for ongoing support
•Access to recorded lectures and podcasts on major content areas
•Other electronic resources to promote learning


Priority Deadline: April 27, 2013

To register, visit the online CE Course Catalog

(Note: Study materials will be shipped or can be picked up from the UM-SSW during regular business hours beginning the first week of May)

Categories: Career Services

Social Justice Beginnings: Making the Most of Your First Job

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

Event: Social Justice Beginnings: Making the Most of Your First Job
When: Wednesday, April 17, 5pm-6:30pm
Where: Ford School of Public Policy, Room 1220
You've sent in countless resumes and endured nerve-racking interviews, but you finally have it--your first post graduate job, and you’re ready to make a difference! Now what?

Join Rosemary Linares from Nonprofit Enterprise at Work Inc. (NEW) for a workshop where we will provide tips and advice on how to navigate a new workplace, find a mentor, solicit and respond to feedback, and continue to achieve success in the social justice space. We will have a special focus on Social Justice careers, but the materials will be applicable to any sector. Please email kduvall@umich.edu to sign up.

Presented by the NPM Student Advisory Board.

Categories: Career Services