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As a Social Service Worker student, you are learning how to provide assistance, advocacy, skill development training and short-term, strength-based counselling in a variety of community-based organizations.
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Just a reminder that you can still withdraw from a 15-week course in the Winter 2015 Semester without it showing up as a fail on your official school transcript if you fill out the withdrawal form and hand it in to the Registrar's Office by Friday, March 20, 2015 by 4pm. On your transcript it will look like a "W" next to the course. After 4pm on Friday, March 20, 2015, a withdrawal on your transcript will be captured as a "WF" which means you withdrew after the withdrawal deadline.
Something for our male SSW students to attend! It's free! Men of Strength Team Student Services is launching a new initiative to engage Fleming College male students and staff in initiatives that support the prevention of violence against women and that promote healthy masculinity. Built on values of non-violence, gender equality, and male positivity, the Men of Strength Team (MOST) will meet at both Frost and Brealey campuses and has the support of both student councils. Training from Men Can Stop Rape, a U.S. organization that empowers men to prevent violence against women, will be offered March 26th and 27th in Peterborough. All male students and staff are welcome to participate in this free 2 day program. For more information about MOST or to register for the training session, please contact Debbie Harrison at email@example.com
I am looking for current SSW placement students and SSW grads working in the field to show off their portfolios and speak about their paid and unpaid field experience to the second semester SSW students in Preparing for the Field 1 on Tuesday, March 24 from 2-4pm and/or Wednesday, March 25 from 8-10am. Those who wish to participate should have an organized portfolio and be good at public speaking. Certainly, if a representative from an agency wants to attend along with the student or grad, that would be wonderful too. This kind of information is valuable to the current students who have all kinds of questions about placement and the field itself. If you are interested, please contact SSW Coordinator, Kirstin Parry, at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks! Kirstin Parry