Is a career in Social Work for you? Social workers help people deal with their relationships with others; solve their personal, family, and community problems; and grow and develop by learning to cope with or shape the social and environmental forces affecting daily life.
Social work is a profession for those with a spark of idealism, a belief in social justice, and a natural love of working with people. Social work offers the chance to work with and for people of all kinds: rich or poor, white or black, young or old, in hospitals, at home, or at work. For more information about "What is Social Work," our Student Handbook or our accreditation just follow the links.
If you have any questions about our program or how to apply please feel free to contact our Program Coordinator, Janice Dinkel, at 785-532-4980 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|2016 Median Pay|
$46, 890 per year
|Entry-Level Education||See How to Become One|
|Work Experience in a Related Occupation||None|
|Numbers of Jobs, 2016||649,300|
|Job Outlook, 2014-24||(12%) Faster than average|
|Employment Change, 2014-24||74,800|
Social Work Advising
All Social Work students will henceforth be advised by Jana Thompson.
Social Work Advisor
Kansas State University
204 Waters Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
K-State's social work program celebrates 42 years of accreditation, retirement of Jacque Gibbons
The K-State social work program celebrated 42 years of continuous accreditation by the Council on Social Work Education, or CSWE.
Faculty, friends and alumni from across the nation gathered in the K-State Student Union's Ballroom on April 2 to celebrate the social work program at K-State and honor Jacque Gibbons, associate professor, who will retire in May. Gibbons was honored for 34 years of teaching at K-State and providing many years of social work services to the citizens of Kansas.
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