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​​​​​American Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB)

ASWB develops state licensure exams for social work professionals. Information about the licensure exam process and links to individual state regulatory boards are available at this site.

Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)

CSWE is the standard setting and accrediting body for professional social work education programs in the United States. Through this site one can link to the various accredited MSW programs in the country.

Information for Practice

Information for Practice (IP) is a free resource that is updated daily. The focus is on professionally relevant stories in the world news outlets; new articles in scholarly journals; and new resources appearing in the grey literature (e. g. scientific and technical reports primarily from governments and organizations.

International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW)

The International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW) is a global organization striving for social justice, human rights, and social development through the development of social work, best practices, and international cooperation between social workers and their professional organizations.

National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

NASW is a professional membership organization. This site provides information about social work and social work careers, professional resources, and professional publications and about the organization’s social policy agenda.

NASW Code of Ethics

The NASW Code of Ethics articulates the ethical standards of the profession.

Providence College Career Services Center

The Career Services Center , located in Slavin Center, is a career planning resource for PC students.

The New Social Worker

The New Social Worker is a professional publication that addresses topics of particular interest to new and aspiring social workers.

Urban Institute

The Urban Institute is a research institute. The website gives you access to a large body of social science and policy research.