Social Work Student Association (SWSA)

The Social Work Student Association (SWSA) is a great social work-based organization that allows students to build their resume, enhance their application to advanced standing (and graduate school), and give back to the community. Fill out the form below to receive more information as to upcoming service projects and ways they can get involved. 

SWSA typically partners with local organizations throughout the year to serve various populations within the Cache Valley community. Populations we have worked with in the past range from individuals and families who are food insecure to refugees and immigrants, but typically are those who are in need or at risk in some way. We also hold several information sessions where community leaders and organizations speak to SWSA students about their career. This introduces students to some of the work done in the helping profession of social work and creates an opportunity for students to begin to formulate an idea of what they want to do in their professional careers. 

Membership

Every fall and spring semester, the Social Work Student Association (SWSA) recruits new members to be a part of the club. 

Membership: Students are welcome to participate in the social work related activities which are run by the SWSA. Membership fees are $10 a person/year. Membership form is available the Social Work Program Office (OM 239 -  Logan campus). Although the majority of club members are social work students, this is not a requirement and we welcome anyone interested in working on valuable projects within the community. 

Activities: SWSA typically partners with local organizations throughout the year to serve various populations within the Cache Valley community. Populations we have worked with in the past range from individuals and families who are food insecure to refugees and immigrants, but typically are those who are in need or at risk in some way. We also hold several information sessions where community leaders and organizations speak to SWSA students about their career. This introduces students to some of the work done in the helping profession of social work and creates an opportunity for students to begin to formulate an idea of what they want to do in their professional careers. 

Students may choose to be a part of the publicity, service, information sessions, or social committees associated with SWSA. These opportunities serve as a great way to get more involved in the Social Work Program and the helping profession. SWSA also provides leadership opportunities for students by allowing students to become representatives for their class or serve on committees. A president and other supporting leadership roles are selected based on experience at the beginning of each academic year. 

Club Contact

Jefferson "J.C." Sheen

Jefferson "J.C." Sheen

Assistant Professor

Social Work

Office Location: Old Main 244B
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Jeanice Robins

Social Work Student Association
Student President