In the entrepreneurial spirit, Professor Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes and Professor Stephanie Berzin have taken leadership roles in the establishment of a new GSSW macro program: Social Innovation and Leadership Program and Collaborative (SIL). More about a Program for Transformative... »
The Boston College Graduate School of Social Work made a historic commitment to infuse cross-cultural training into every single course. More about Re-Imagining Diversity »
Jack Connors, business executive and social entrepreneur, believes that there's inspiration everywhere. The best way to teach social entrepreneurship is to help people see, to give them an example of what's possible. More about There's Inspiration... »
If you read between the lines of Bryan Harter's resume, you could say he's been preparing to be a social worker his entire life. More about Real Careers... »
The Career Services Office is interested in partnering with employers to address your recruiting needs. Some of the ways we can work together include recruitment fairs, job listings, and employer visits. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-552-4035 to discuss how we can develop an ongoing plan to meet your organization's hiring needs.
MSW students at Boston College Graduate School of Social Work focus in clinical or macro practice and specialize in a concentration that combines two years of field work, skills based advanced policy and practice courses in these specific areas:
Dual degree programs are also offered:
Eight certificate options are offered in the areas of Child Welfare; Latino Leadership; Neuroscience & Social Work; Policy & Community Organizing; Refugees & Immigrants; School Social Work; Trauma; and Veterans & Military Families.
Latino Leadership Initiative
Looking for bilingual, culturally aware job candidates?
To better prepare students to work with this diverse population, Boston College Graduate School of Social Work established a Latino Leadership Initiative (LLI) program within the MSW program. The LLI bolsters students' linguistic and cultural competencies to work with Latino communities in the U.S. and abroad. A set of foundation and method courses are taught in Spanish.
March 21, 2014
11:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
Murray Room, 4th Floor, Yawkey Center
If you are interested in having your agency attend, please complete and return the Registration Form (PDF) by March 1, 2014.
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If you are interested in coming to campus to hold an information session or interviews, please contact the Career Services Office.
Graduate School of Social Work
Director, GSSW Career Services
McGuinn Hall 222
140 Commonwealth Avenue
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467