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​Baccalaureate Social Work Jobs

​​​​​​​Social work employers recognize the specialized education and skills that empower baccalaureate level social work graduates to make an immediate impact on their organizations and in the lives of their consumers.

Graduates with a baccalaureate degree in social work are employed in many public and private work settings, including:

  • Children and youth services
  • Family stabilization programs
  • Community-based health agencies
  • Early intervention programs (infancy to 3)
  • Court-based victim advocacy programs
  • Hospitals
  • Child welfare agencies
  • Domestic violence settings
  • Schools and educational programs
  • Homeless shelters
  • Family service agencies
  • Home-based elder services
  • Juvenile justice programs
  • Mental retardation/developmental disabilities services
  • Public health agencies
  • Head Start/family advocacy
  • Advocacy services
  • Hospices
  • Nursing homes and rehabilitation agencies
  • Legal services agencies such as the Public Defender’s office
  • Prevention programs
  • Crisis intervention services 
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