Social Welfare


With reference to Mission Statement and the definition of “social inclusion” provided therein, please share your views on how you understand
social inclusion and its connection to social justice, cultural diversity, and human dignity. 2. Please share two examples that you have
observed in society where social inclusion was absent. What are your recommendations for how to address these issues? 3. Why are you
interested in the field of social work? What personal strengths and areas of development relate to you becoming a professional social
worker? In addition, please also assess your technological proficiencies from an online graduate program standpoint. 4. Please discuss a
challenge or conflict you faced while working with people in a professional or volunteer setting and how you dealt with it. Briefly describe
the situation and share what, if anything you would do differently. Describe how this experience has affected you as a professional. Vision,
Mission & Values For some people, justice, inclusion, compassion and fairness are more than just words: they constitute a way of being—a
summons to be of service in a world that urgently needs our help. At the School of Social Work, we are committed to answering that summons.
Our relationship-based, experiential learning philosophy is focused on transforming values into action. We’ll give you the experience and
the knowledge you need in order to have a tangible, positive effect on the world you live in. You’ll go out into the world with the tools to
empower and comfort individuals, find solutions to systemic problems, and build strong, caring communities