Community Participation in the Program and Student Contributions in the Community
The Social Work Program at Ursuline College has placed approximately 100 students in community agencies in Northeast Ohio. These students have benefited from the supervisory efforts of social workers in these agencies. Field instructors and their social work colleagues have provided over 3,300 hours of individualized supervision to Ursuline students and have shared their professional feedback, support, and expertise with the faculty of the Program.
Students placed within these agencies have provided approximately 48,000 hours of service to clients and social service agencies in Northeast Ohio. In addition students have contributed service hours through community service projects of the Social Work Organization and Ursuline College outreach efforts.
Community Service and Leadership development: The Social Work Organization (SWO) originates in the mission of the Social Work Program. The following is a list of projects and events:
Past Events: T- Shirts for the SWO; Donuts for a Cause; Adoption of Prestigious Living resulting in donation of money and small Welcome Bags for the women; Alumnae-Student Dialogue; Senior Farewell; Junior-Senior Dialogue; Participation in College food collection for ‘Homeless Stand Down’; Collection for Providence House – crisis nursery; Cooked and served meals at the Catholic Worker Storefront for individuals in the neighborhood.
Examples of Past Community Service Projects