Field placements are a critical point in a student’s career. Here are five things to keep in mind as you build your field education program and set it up to be a great experience for everyone involved.
Social workers are embracing data-sharing and technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve public health. Social work programs across the U.S. are embracing technology and harnessing the power of data to better manage the future of their school and prepare their students for the future.
College programs need software partners who care for their students like they do. For software providers, this means designing accessible software. Learn more about what digital accessibility means and why it’s important to choose vendors who prioritize it.
Helping social work students achieve licensure can be tricky, but there are a few simple things you can do that will also help your program stay competitive. Keep reading to learn 3 ways you can help them prepare for that next step and some helpful tips to make it easy on you and your program.
No matter how passionate a student is about the academic process, most wish to combine theoretical knowledge with practical tools that will help them navigate their future lives. Here are 3 skills that practicing counselors wish they had learned (or learned more about) during their academic career.
Here are five ways to engage prospective and current students and make your program stand out from the rest. Be sure to articulate to your students what the benefit is to reap the rewards of your investment in their futures.
How your students perform at their field placements reflects on your program, making it a key investment not just from a relationship-building view but also from a competitive one. Luckily, there are a few simple ways that you can make field placements easier
Dr. Lori Soli of The Chicago School wanted an integrated, intuitive software solution that would help her achieve and maintain CACREP accreditation. With more than 4,300 students across six campuses and online, Dr. Soli had no shortage of data but no way to easily organize or use it... until Tevera!
Dr. Will Snow, Ph.D., Director, M.A. Counseling Program at Palo Alto University was fed up with managing the administrative side of the clinical training experience. There was simply too much paperwork and no way to get meaningful insights or reports from these disparate sources of information.