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Walden Magazine // Jul 23, 2018

One Degree, Many Careers

Master of Social Work

illustration - silhouette of a person in cap and gown giving a hand up to someone
Illustration credit: Maggie Chiang

Walden’s Master of Social Work (MSW) allows graduates to become a voice for those in need. The MSW is designed to address some of the most pressing issues facing society today, and our graduates go on to effect change in individuals, families, communities, and programs.

With four concentrations, the MSW can lead to many paths. Graduates may pursue clinical practice or military social work, or work with children and families or in healthcare settings.

Raenequa Baker ’17
OUTPATIENT THERAPIST
Chrysalis Health
Tampa, Florida

Alessandra Bassanello ’17
FACULTY DEVELOPER
Department of Defense
Marina, California

Denise Anderson ’16
SOCIAL WORKER
Laurel Lake
Hudson, Ohio

Connie Davis ’16
AREA OFFICE SUPERVISOR
Sinnissippi Centers, Inc.
Oregon, Illinois

Tory Gard ’16
VIOLENCE PREVENTION INTEGRATOR
U.S. Air Force
Portales, New Mexico

Cyndi Hawkes ’16
SOCIAL WORKER
Innovage
Denver, Colorado

Viergelie Jean ’16
OUTPATIENT THERAPIST
Henderson Behavioral Health
Lauderhill, Florida

Doudrige Meme ’16
ASSESSMENT THERAPIST
Drug Abuse Foundation
Coral Springs, Florida

Jeanine Sullivan ’16
MEDICAL SOCIAL WORKER
Sutter Care at Home
Hayward, California

Paula Giles ’15
LICENSED CLINICAL
SOCIAL WORKER
Sand Ridge Secure Treatment Center
Eau Claire, Wisconsin

Juan M. Medina ’15, ’12
BS in Psychology Graduate
MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Iowa Park, Texas

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