Your decision to pursue a master's degree in social work coincides with one of the most important phases in the history of social work. With degree in hand, you will be qualified to help people overcome challenges in a variety of settings including: adoption agencies, schools, hospitals, veterans services, senior centers, prisons, mental health clinics, military support programs, public social agencies, hospice care, and corporations.
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The Massachusetts Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW-MA) recently published an informative article about loan forgiveness/repayment with information about available programs, advice on applying, and web links. Read the article at naswma.org.
Federal grants and loans are available. Click here for more information.
Explore international and intercultural opportunities, for international and all students, offered by the International Center at Springfield College.