I need to interview a social worker must be BSW OR MSW! if you could please answer these questions!?

a. b. c. Describe the characteristics of the client population that is being primarily served. What are the kinds of issues, concerns and problems that they are typically experiencing? Whatarethedifferenttypesofservicesthatareofferedinthe setting? What do social workers do in this setting? What is a typical workday of a social worker in the agency. Discuss the different roles of social workers in the setting and differentiate between what BSW level social workers and MSW level social workers do in the setting. d. Identifythespecificagenciesinyourlocalareathatprovide these services (Do more than just list them. Discuss a little bit about them and how they differ.). e. Whatarethequalificationsnecessaryforemploymentinthis setting? This can include both education and experience. What is the importance of lifelong professional development and continuing education? f. What is the current need for BSW social workers and the current need for MSW social workers in this setting? What can a person expect to get paid in terms of salary and benefits? g. Whatarethestepsnecessarytotakeinseekingemploymentin this field. What would your employment strategy be? h. Whataretheprosandconsofworkinginanagencysetting? 2. Why did you choose this particular field of practice as your primary area of interest? Why do you feel you would be good working in this field? What challenges do you think you would have in working with the typical client population in this field of interest?

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Whoa! You've got a lot of questions. Well I live in Massachusetts and now have my LCSW - the license you can get after you get your MSW. I hope that still qualifies... More
Answered By: Elana - 4/30/2012
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