Social Work Club

Social Work Club

Description

Students who are interested in or majoring in social work are encouraged to join the social work student organization. The student organization is autonomous, but is assigned a social work faculty advisor. Students elect officers, approve changes to the by-laws, and decide on their annual program or activities.

Goals

The goal of the Social Work Club is to unite Social Work Majors/Minors and others interested in the profession together in an organization that will provide support for members as a group, and provide services to the community and to the student body.

Meetings

The group meets weekly. Meeting times and locations are posted weekly on social work bulletin boards beside classrooms and faculty offices on the ground floor of the Trustees' Building.

Major Activities

Speakers, visits to social service agencies and job fairs, community service activities such as helping with food harvests for the food bank, providing holiday food boxes for families, and social events such as barbecues or picnics are among the activities.

Membership Costs

$5.00 a semester

Advisor

Mrs. Mary Deyampert-McCall
(910) 630-7698
mmccall@methodist.edu

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