Herman B. Brotman Endowed Scholarship Accepting Applications
October 21, 2014 - The Herman B. Brotman Endowed Scholarship honors the memory of Herman B. Brotman and his wife, Sylvia Brotman. Mr. Brotman’s career centered on the elderly. The fund benefits undergraduate or graduate students interested in working with older adults, caregivers, and family members. Students can be enrolled in the Aging Studies Minor or the Graduate Certificate in Gerontology but this is not a requirement. Grade point average requirement is a 3.0. Apply for the scholarship.
Department of Social Work Seeks Director of Field Education
October 16, 2014 - The George Mason University, Department of Social Work in the College of Health and Human Services invites applications for the position of Director of Field Education. This is a 12-month administrative professional position. We are seeking an experienced field education director who can provide strong leadership to a large, well-established Social Work Field Education Program in an exciting and rich community and university context. Learn more and apply at jobs.gmu.edu (position FA12Dz).
Website Ranks Mason Bachelor of Social Work Program a Top Value for Students
Updated October 3, 2014 - The BSW program in the Department of Social Work was selected as the #1 high-value school by the national publication Social Work Careers and Education. Learn more. Read the rankings.