The Student Social Work Organization is a student association open to all students.
The Student Social Work Organization allows an environment for a discussion of issues,
both professional and academic, opportunities to become involved in community service
projects and socialization.
Faculty Advisor: Judith Crocker, Crisp Hall 210-C, (573) 986-6882, email@example.com
Phi Alpha is an honor society that invites into membership those who have attained
excellence in scholarship and achievement in social work. The purpose of the organization
is to provide a closer bond among students and promote humanitarian goals and ideals.
Faculty Advisor: Kathie Miler, Crisp Hall 201-B, (573) 624-8982, firstname.lastname@example.org
This regional organization plays an important role in developing Missouri's social justice framework. With a strong emphasis on advocacy, each year Empower Missouri continues to bring about social change within Missouri. Applications available in Department of Social Work office, Crisp Hall 201, (573) 651-2004. Visit the Empower Missouri website at http://www.masw.org/
This professional organization of social workers is the largest in the world, with
membership around 150,000. The organization works to advance the professional growth
of members and create and maintain professional standards for the field of social
work. Applications are available in the Department of Social Work office, Crisp Hall
201, (573) 651-2004.
Missouri chapter: http://www.nasw-mo.org/
National chapter: http://www.socialworkers.org/
This is an online magazine for Social Work Students and Recent Graduates for access to articles, job listings, forums, a Calendar of Events, and much more. Visit their Web site at http://www.socialworker.com/home.
To read an interesting article about preparing your Social Work portfolio, go to http://www.socialworker.com/home/Feature_Articles/Professional_Development_%26_Advancement/CAREER_TALK--Keeping_Track_of_It_All%3A_Building_Your_Social_Work_Portfolio/