Anyone interested in the Master of Social Work program at CSU Monterey Bay is invited to attend an information session scheduled for Jan. 14
The session will be held in the program’s offices in Beach Hall, located on Divarty Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues, from noon to 1 p.m.
Applications for fall 2013 must be received by Jan. 31 for priority consideration.
The three-year program provides an opportunity for people who are interested in a career in social work, or who want to advance in their career, to earn an MSW degree in a way that is accessible and affordable.
Students specialize in Behavioral Health, or Children, Youth and Families, and prepare for a broad array of job opportunities within government and non-profits serving youth, the elderly, low-income families, veterans, those who face health challenges and others.
Classes are currently offered in the evenings. Students must also complete internships of 1,000 hours total, 250 hours per semester starting in the second year, at agencies in Monterey, Santa Cruz, San Benito and Santa Clara counties.
For more information, contact Vivienne Orgel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 831-582-5315. Admission requirements and application materials are available online.
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