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This gift is awarded to a MSW student(s) interested in pursuing a career in Jewish communal service. Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.
This Fellowship was established by alumni contributions along with matching funds provided by the Ann and Robert Lurie Family Foundation. It is awarded to an outstanding student in the Children and Youth in Families in Society concentration.
The Andrea Foote-Jack Erfurt Scholarship is designed to assist a student committed to career objectives in the area of social work and the workplace. This award is provided to an enrolled student.
The Arthur L. Johnson Endowed Scholarship, made possible by a gift from Richard and Susan Rogel, honored Arthur Johnson upon his retirement as president of the Detroit chapter of the NAACP. Selection is based on demonstrated, outstanding potential for professional practice. This determination shall be based primarily on an evaluation of all previous academic work, recommendations, human service employment experience, the applicant's written supplementary statement, other application documents and the School of Social Work Financial Aid Application. Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.
Student stipend for a pediatric internship for placements in the Flint, MI area. The SSW will arrange for at least one joint meeting per term between the recipient of the Shaffer Memorial stipend and the donors. The internship will provide training with emphasis in life threatening disease and/or terminally ill conditions. Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.
The Child Welfare Scholarships are awarded to approximately ten incoming students who are interested in becoming child welfare specialists. Special consideration will be given to students who have had personal life experience within the child welfare system and/or are interested in working with the Native American community. The purpose of the program is to train committed specialists in child welfare. Following graduation, child welfare specialists have worked as child welfare social workers, therapists working with maltreated children, program managers, community organizers, and policymakers. Please click the following link for more information.
Student stipends to assist students to integrate theory and practice, to improve existing procedures and develop new linkages between the SSW and organizations providing practice skill instruction for students, to provide means to enable prospective and current field instructors to extend and deepen their knowledge and skill in field instruction methodology. Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.
Faculty committee will select students with special consideration to those committed to serving children & families. Students to focus one of the required research papers or projects for their MSW coursework on an issue of relevance to their professional practicum. In addition, the plan for the student paper or project will be developed in consultation with their field instructor, approved by the student's faculty liaison, and reviewed by the Director of the Office of Field Instruction. Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.
The University of Michigan School of Social Work is pleased to announce the Clinical Scholars Program. Mental health conditions are among the top five chronic illnesses in the United States. This program aims to address disparities in behavioral health outcomes specifically for racial and ethnic minority youth, which include high incidents of involvement with the juvenile justice system, high rates of school dropout, high levels of suicidal behavior, and economic hardships.
The Clinical Scholars Program addresses a critical need for more mental and behavioral health clinicians. Clinical Scholars will be uniquely prepared for positions in mental health and behavioral health settings, hospitals, health departments, health agencies, schools, or nonprofit agencies. Please click the following link for more information:
As one of our Community Scholars Programs, the purpose of the Community-Based Initiative in Detroit (CBI) is to train and support a new generation of social workers dedicated to community and social change in urban cities, neighborhoods, and communities. This is done through coursework and field placements based in Detroit and surrounding areas including Highland Park, Hamtramck, and Dearborn. Upon graduation, CBI scholars work as community organizers, policymakers, program planners, organization managers and administrators, evaluators, and foundation staff within Michigan, the US, and internationally. A maximum of 18 incoming students who are genuinely committed to community-based work in urban areas will be selected for the CBI program.
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