Resources for Social Work Degrees
The mental and
physical health of a community is indebted to its caretakers. In Missouri’s
rural communities, a lack of resources for such well-being as provided by
social workers can prove a challenge and an impediment to preserving
their health. The Bureau of Labor’s growth projection
of over 100,000 social workers by 2026 urges us to ensure that these social
workers have the tools they need to succeed.
In order to best prepare our current and future social workers, SocialWork.org has created open-use guides to the field of social work, including guides covering state-specific programs, bachelor’s degrees, and financial aid options. These guides contain fundamental information and resources that every social worker should be aware of.
You can take a look at a few of our guides below:
Guide to Social Work Degrees in Missouri –https://www.socialwork.org/online-degrees/missouri/
Guide to a Degree in Social Work –https://www.socialwork.org/online-degrees/bachelors/
Guide to Financial Aid in Social Work –https://www.socialwork.org/resources/financial-aid/
These resources are freely available to all, but we’ll need help to reach those who need them.