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Northwestern social work students enter the field


February 2, 2020

Top Row Left-Right:Ashley Neal, Bailee Hill, Baylee Chance, Chanel Martin, Desiree Fritz, Jonathan Wales, and Kallie Jones. Bottom Row Left-Right: Kathrine Barrows, Keeley Horning, Korbin Bowers, Lauren Hitchcock, Morgan Lopez, Reba Finley, and Savanna Taylor.

Bachelor-level social work students at Northwestern Oklahoma State University recently began their field practicums at agencies throughout Oklahoma. These 14 seniors entered practicum agencies to complete 420 contact hours, demonstrate 31 behaviors and master the program's nine core competencies as outlined by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).

"Immersing students into the world of social work allows them to develop the skills needed to become a bachelor-level social worker," Jennifer Pribble, assistant professor of social work and director of social work field education, said. "...

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