Celebrating [email protected] Success
120 [email protected] online students are set to graduate this spring, putting MSWs to work in communities nationwide
In its third year, the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work [email protected] online Master of Social Work program continues to thrive, enrolling nearly 600 students in 48 states.
“This program was founded to expand access to high-quality graduate social work education,” says Associate Professor of the Practice Stephanie George, director of the [email protected] program. “Students from all over the country are getting the preparation they need to advance their careers and make a difference for individuals, families and communities. The program gives students the preparation and experience to practice social work in a wide variety of ways. It’s exciting to see how they’re putting their MSWs to work making positive change!”
This spring, 120 [email protected] students will graduate, including Chantel Windy, Charmayne Bellamy and Jennifer Stanga.
- Chantel Windy plans to put her degree to use in clinical practice with a focus on trauma. Read More
- With a concentration in Mental Health & Trauma, Charmayne Bellamy aims to empower youth as a school social worker. Read More
- Jennifer Stanga is planning to work as a therapist in private practice and go on to earn a PhD. Read More
“The nation has an urgent need for more social workers,” George says, “and the Graduate School of Social Work is helping to meet that need by making an exceptional education accessible to students in communities nationwide.”