Social Work jobs

Five cross-cutting social work abilities that put you ahead

Transferrable Social Work Skills Earning your MSW prepares you with a set of in-demand skills and social work abilities that nearly every organization needs, and puts you in an exclusive pool of candidates, opening a world of career possibilities. With these adaptable skills, you’re more than hirable – you’re invaluable. Government relations personnel are hired…

Social Work Careers

Social Work – Career Opportunities in a Wide Range of Areas

Social Work is a caring career — and social workers earning their MSW are able to pursue their ambitions to be a political leader or boss, to drive organizational transformation or create game-changing programs, or even carve out a place in the C-Suite. An education in social work gives you an extraordinary set of in-demand,…

Thomas Troelstrup, MPH Student

Student Spotlight: Thomas Troelstrup, MPH student

“Thanks to this terrific program, I was just offered my dream job on Tuesday as a Foodborne Disease Outbreak Epidemiologist for the Tennessee Department of Health in Nashville! I never thought I would land it by the age of 28!” MPH student Thomas Troelstrup reached out to us with some exciting news about his career…

Alison Braid, MPH student at UNE Online

Student Spotlight: Alison Braid, MPH Student

MPH student Alison Braid is more than halfway through her degree, and loving it. After spending over 15 years in the professional translation and website localization industry, she wanted to make a career switch. Says Alison, “I decided that it was time for a change!” Alison is based in New York City, and most recently…

Ben Luce, Ed.D.

Ed.D. Student Ben Luce published in professional journal

Benjamin Luce, a student in the University of New England’s Online Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership , was recently published in the American Journal of Distance Education. Benjamin interviewed Bryan Alexander, a leading thinker and writer in issues of education and technology. Alexander is a senior fellow for the National Institute of Technology in Liberal Education. The two discuss many issues…

Kimberly Roberts-Morandi, Ed.D. student

Student Spotlight: Kimberly Roberts-Morandi

Kimberly Roberts-Morandi is a student in the University of New England’s Online Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership . She is currently working on her dissertation with the other members of her cohort, and checked in with her about her study. Here’s what Kim has to say about her participatory action research experience and why she picked the University of New England…

Mona Haimour

Student Spotlight: Mona Haimour, MPH Student

Mona Haimour, RN, BScN, MSN, MPH(c) is an Assistant Professor in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program at Grant MacEwan University in Edmonton, Canada. And as an inductee to UNE’s Chapter of the Delta Omega Honor Society last year, she has also proven herself to be one of UNE’s brightest MPH students. Mona has…

Maine Startup and Create Week

Innovative and Inspiring: Health Informatics

Megan Landry, BSN, MHA, and Program Manager for the Graduate Programs in Health Informatics, was a speaker on a healthcare panel during Maine Startup and Create Week on June 23, at Maine College of Art in Portland, Maine. The panel focused on an important aspect of health informatics in today’s healthcare environment: how the health informatics…

Katy Krings and her Airplane

Student Spotlight: Katy Krings

Katy Krings is in her final semester of the MPH program, and is an excellent example of how online education can be used as a powerful tool to reach qualified individuals who wouldn’t otherwise have access to higher education. Originally from Wisconsin, Katy now lives and works as a public health nurse in rural Southwest Alaska. In fact,…