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Established in 1984, USC Orange County Academic Center offers the first fully accredited part-time and full-time Master of Social Work in Orange County.
With technology-enhanced classrooms offering full multimedia, videoconferencing and satellite TV broadcasting capabilities, the Orange County Academic Center can readily share the same lectures and learning opportunities in Los Angeles and initiate teleconferences of its own. Students receive a top university education, including forward-looking knowledge in competent and compassionate practice and opportunities to join faculty in rigorous scholarship with advanced technology to support learning –all within an intimate, suburban environment.
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This semester Professor Araque is pleased to announce that he is conducting a directed research group with four OCAC students. “I feel that this is more immersive and balanced experience,” says Araque, “because every group member has the opportunity to truly delve into one study while simultaneously being exposed to others.” Students meet once a week during the universal break to discuss the progress they’ve made and any obstacles they might have encountered. Araque added: “They all have their own responsibilities but can solicit support and advice from one another, which is what is so great about this particular group’s arrangement.” For more information and to meet Professor Araque, please attend our March 10th event at OCAC at 6:00pm. Please email email@example.com for more info.
Once a year, USC's School of Social Work invites every student from our University Park Campus (UPC), Skirball Academic Center (SAC), Orange County Academic Center (OCAC), San Diego Academic Center (SDAC), and Virtual Academic Center (VAC) to learn about an important issue effecting our students and the social work profession. All School Day will focus on global climate change and how it impacts clients and communities, especially relating to poverty and inequality. This year's topic was about race relations in America, it's not just a black and white issue!
Application tip /Gaining volunteer experienceProspective Students: Here's a tip for submitting an excellent resume with your application due March 2 include all of your relevant volunteer experience. Volunteer experience can positively impact your application and help prepare you for life as a social worker. It's also a great way to help others and make a difference in someone's life! If you'd like to build your resume, www.volunteermatch.org is just one way to search for opportunities, and allows you to narrow your search based on interests, such as Advocacy and Human Rights. http://sowkweb.usc.edu/admissions/msw/application-process/msw-resumé-instructions
Recently admitted or prospective students: Do you have questions about the cost of the MSW program at the USC School of Social Work? If so, please join us on Friday 02/20/15 at 1:30pm to learn more about financing your education with USC. The Scholarships Department will be coming to the Orange County Academic Center to discuss scholarships, stipends, FAFSA and loan forgiveness. All are welcome, and refreshments will be served. Please rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org
It's Random Acts of Kindness Week, and a great opportunity to wear your heart on your sleeve and step out of your normal routine and comfort zone. This week, try offering a few compassionate words to a friend or co-worker! Chances are, if you are interested in pursuing an MSW, you already practice these acts of kindness, and are empathic by nature. In fact, empathy is the #1 skill a social worker needs.
Did you know that February is National Cancer Prevention month? According to the American Cancer Society, 1,665,540 new cancer cases are projected to occur in the US in 2014, increasing the need for oncology social workers. Our curriculum prepares students to specialize in this field, by offering field placements in various oncology settings in hospitals located throughout Orange County.