MSW Careers

Careers in Social Work: Now is the Time to Earn an MSW

Now is the time to earn an MSW. The future is bright for Social Workers, as the field of social work evolves to accommodate the ever-changing needs of vulnerable populations. Political turbulence, climate disasters, widening class divides, an increasing emphasis on mental health—these have all combined to open and solidify, a promising job market for…

Mollie Kaubrys, MSW Enrollment Counselor at UNE Online

Meet our Team: Mollie Kaubrys

Meet Mollie Kaubrys, an Enrollment Counselor for the Master of Social Work degree program. Mollie joined UNE in the spring of 2017 and has a background in higher education and a degree in International Studies from American University. At UNE Online, students are our top priority, and their success is what drives each and every…

Dee Manatowa, Student, MSW program

Alumni Spotlight: Dee Manatowa, MSW

You could say it’s in her DNA. An Oklahoma Sauk Native, Dee Manatowa inherited her passion for social work along with a devotion to environmental justice. Her father—the late Chief Elmer Manatowa Jr. of the Sac and Fox Nation in Stroud, Oklahoma—instilled in her a love for all people and the Earth. As a tribal…

Social Work and Human Trafficking

Social Work and Human Trafficking – Spotting the Signs, Ending the Crisis in the United States

Social work and human trafficking are linked in that social workers have a unique and valuable role in the fight against human trafficking, helping victims and fostering a greater understanding around the issue. Victims of human trafficking A 15-year-old runaway in a rural roadside motel. A middle-aged man picking tomatoes in a Georgia field. A…

help for sex trafficking

Social Workers Help with Independence and Reintegration after Abuse

What are the next steps after sex trafficking or domestic violence? Social workers help people regain their independence and reintegrate into society after escaping domestic violence or sex trafficking. How social workers help those who’ve escaped domestic violence or sex trafficking make the transition and heal For people who have experienced sex trafficking or domestic…

Meet Our Team: Zachary York

Meet Zac York, a Student Support Specialist for our Graduate Programs in Public Health (GPPH). Zac started at UNE Online about a year ago and he’s been having a great time ever since. Zac and his team have a lot of fun, and he genuinely enjoys working with them. Zac’s great listening skills, positive attitude…

Kat Davis Enrollment Counselor for Applied Nutrition

Meet Our Team: Kat Davis

Meet Kat Davis: an Enrollment Counselor for the Master of Science in Applied Nutrition Program. Kat graduated with a BS in Marketing from Plymouth State University before joining UNE in the summer of 2016 as the Program Coordinator for the Applied Nutrition program. Kat recently joined the Enrollment team, using her program expertise to assist…

Jonathan Chavoustie Student Support

Meet Our Team: Jonathan Chavoustie

At UNE Online students are our top priority, and their success is what drives each and every one of us to do what we do. We’d like to share a little bit about the people that are dedicated to making that happen every day. Meet Jonathan Chavoustie: Student Support Specialist for the Health Informatics and…

Master of Social Work fieldwork

The MSW Fieldwork Experience at UNE Online

Field experience is at the heart of any social work education. The field of social work is one of interaction, and the fieldwork experience is where students apply what they’ve learned in the classroom in order to tackle challenges they’ll only encounter outside of the classroom. It enables students to explore different settings, issues, and…

Domestic Violence Cycle an infographic by UNE Online

Tackling Three Misconceptions of Domestic Violence

Opening our eyes to domestic violence and helping victims requires a deeper understanding – because reality is far more complicated than common conceptions. Domestic Violence fact: One in four women, and one in seven men, will be victims of domestic violence in the U.S. in their lifetime, according to the CDC . For women globally, the number is 35 percent . Understanding the complete…