09/16

2020

UNE MSW Info Session (Zoom) featuring Applied Arts and Social Justice Certificate

Online
Lori Power EdD, Applied Arts and Social Justice Certificate Coordinator
UNE's MSW Program: How do you plan to do good?

Join UNE faculty, staff, and students for a virtual MSW info session featuring our certificate in Applied Arts and Social Justice. Professor Lori Power, M.A., Ed.D., Coordinator of the Applied Arts and Social Justice (AASJ) Certificate will be presenting alongside AASJ students and alumni. The AASJ Certificate Program formalizes the relationship between the arts and healing and is the first program of its kind in the United States. Its approach is interprofessional, linking artists, art therapists, and community activists with social workers, social work students, and community members. Students who enroll in the AASJ Certificate learn how to utilize applied arts practice and theory to create social justice, change, and healing. Field Faculty member and Clinical Professor, Amy Coha, will follow this with an overview of the Field Education Program and SSW curriculum overall. SSW admissions staff will be available to answer any other questions you may have.

UNE offers distinctive advanced integrated clinical education with unique certificate options in Trauma-informed Practice, Applied Arts and Social Justice, and Training in Aging and Diversity ($10,000 Stipend). Our Field Education network is the largest in Maine and our cutting edge interprofessional opportunities prepare you to become competent leaders in a rapidly changing world. With multiple, creative, and flexible pathways, UNE SSW ensures that an MSW is attainable for all who aspire to make the world a better place.

Address

United States

Contact

Meg Webster
Social Work

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