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NCSU Social Work Students Inspire Peers in Recovery
An article posted in the Technician this past Wednesday discusses the installment of a new organization on campus titled "The Collegiate Recovery Community." [...]
MSW Student Wins CSWE Carl A. Scott Book Scholarship
Miea Walker is currently a second-year MSW student. Her recent experience includes a field placement at Triangle Family Services, as an intake coordinator with the homeless population in the areas of housing and financial assistance and previously at Converting Hearts Ministries, providing clinical counseling to family members of individuals struggling with addiction. [...]
IASWG Symposium
The International Association for Social Work with Groups, Inc. (IASWG) will host its annual symposium on June 4th through the 7th of 2015 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. [...]
Success for the Department's 2014 Volunteer and Career Fair
On Wednesday, September 17th the Social Work Department hosted the much anticipated Volunteer/Career fair! Every fall the Social Work Department, in partnership with local agencies and partners, puts this event on as a way for students to connect with community collaborators on a professional basis. [...]
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Miea Walker is currently a second-year MSW student. Her recent experience includes a field placement at Triangle Family Services, as an intake coordinator with the homeless population in the areas of housing and financial assistance and previously at Converting Hearts Ministries, providing clinical counseling to family members of individuals struggling with addiction. The $500 scholarship is awarded, through a national [...]

Kim Thanh Vu, a senior majoring in Social Work and minoring in Biology, envisions a career as an occupational therapist. She founded Crafts for a Cause, bringing together students who share a passion for crafting and philanthropy. She was a 2013-14 Resident Mentor, interned at the Alexander Family YMCA, and traveled to Guatemala for Spring 2014 Alternative Spring Break. [...]