What is USWA?
The Undergraduate Social Work Association is a student-run social work organization geared towards all social work undergrads.
Our mission is to foster interaction in the social work community, both on campus and off. We support camaraderie among the undergraduate social work classes and organizations, and participate in services and events designed to further our work in the helping profession.
What does USWA do?
USWA members are involved in numerous events on and off campus. They include: networking events, professional development opportunities, and student collaboration projects.
Who is eligible to join USWA?
YOU!! And anyone who wishes to have fun, meet social work professionals, and connect with a dedicated group of students!
Benefits of joining USWA?
By joining USWA you would gain professional connections that would help build your resume. You would gain the tools necessary to network with current professionals and future professionals in the social work field. You will also gain connections/friendships with current BSW and MSW students.
How do I join?
As an undergraduate social work major, you are already a member! However, we encourage you to get involved.