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Events

Newly Admitted Students Reception & Resource Fair

MAY 12, 2014
4:30–6:30 p.m.
Heights Room, Corcoran Commons
RSVP by May 9, 2014

Congratulations on your acceptance to Boston College Graduate School of Social Work! Meet other admitted students, current students, faculty, and staff at this reception. Appetizers and light refreshments will be available.  More about the Newly Admitted Students Reception »

Mary Mason Field Appreciation Breakfast

APRIL 1, 2014
9:30 a.m.–Noon
Heights Room, Corcoran Commons
2 CEUs
Free, but REGISTRATION REQUIRED by March 24, 2014

Field supervisors and their interns are invited to attend the annual Mary Mason Field Appreciation Breakfast. Named in honor of Mary A. Mason, the longest serving Director of Field Education at Boston College Graduate School of Social Work, the event is an opportunity to thank supervisors for their significant contribution to our students' training and education.  More about the Mary Mason Breakfast »

News

GSSW in the News
Forum Showcases Model Programs to Aid Vulnerable Young Adults

Photo of participants of the housing forum
(L-R) Forum Participants: Mark Winkeller, Caritas Communities; Stephanie Berzin, BC Social Work; Brian Condron, Renee Yourk & Peter Evers, The Home for Little Wanderers; Maria Mossaides (in front), Cambridge Family & Children's Service; Kaylee Nicholls, SHINE Program; Phillip Ringwood & Lisa Goldsmith, Dial/Self

JUNE 19, 2013

Young adults who age out of foster care face a double whammy, says Boston College Graduate School of Social Work Associate Professor Stephanie Berzin. “They not only lose the support and services that come with foster care,” she explains, “but they also lose housing."

Berzin, who chairs GSSW’s Children, Youth, and Families concentration, co-organized a forum on campus earlier this month to discuss the issue of housing for such vulnerable young adults. The forum featured agencies and housing programs from across the state with a record of success in serving this at-risk population. More than 100 representatives from the practice, academic, and policy areas of the human and social services fields attended the forum.

Read more from the Boston College Chronicle »