Resources for GSSW Alumni
At the Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW), we’re a family. That doesn’t change when you graduate. Even if you live far from campus, there are lots of ways to stay connected — continuing education and special events live-streamed from campus, following us on social media, recruiting students and more.
Connect with GSSW and other alumni on social media. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and the University of Denver Pioneer Connect alumni networking community.
Become an adjunct instructor or field education partner, or share your experience as a guest lecturer in a classroom. You can provide clinical supervision to recent grads in your region, too.
Introduce your agency or organization to GSSW’s Field Education Program. After two years of practice, you may be able to supervise a current student in the field as well.
Support admissions by helping to recruit prospective students. Or, serve on a GSSW committee or board.
Keep us up to date on your career, family, hobbies and the ways you are making an impact in your community.
Pay it forward by helping others achieve a GSSW education through financial support of programs and scholarships.
I work closely with all of you to identify, create and cultivate your engagement in order to build professional connections and lasting friendships.Carly Einstein, Director of Alumni Engagement
Alumni Quick Links
Need your transcripts or want to use the University of Denver library? Find those links and other alumni resources here:
Colorado Licensed Clinical Social Worker Preparation
GSSW's Licensure Preparation Study Sessions will help you prepare for the social work licensing exam. Taught by a GSSW alumnus, the course includes thinking skills, test-taking strategies and how to approach the exam questions, and it reviews each of the four primary knowledge/content areas:
- Human development, diversity and behavior in the environment
- Assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning
- Psychotherapy, clinical interventions and case management
- Professional ethics and values
After the content review for each section, the class discusses the correct answer and rationale for practice questions. This format will allow you to identify your strengths and weaknesses. You’ll also have an opportunity to practice with questions from the Association of Social Work Boards group practice exam.
Each session takes place on a single weekend: Friday night (5:30–8:30 p.m.) and Saturday (9 a.m.–4 p.m.) in Craig Hall.
Check availability and sign up for 2018 licensure prep sessions.Sign Up
Additional Licensure Resources