Boise State University, along with the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), is celebrating Social Work Month in March. The 2020 theme is “Social Workers: Generations Strong.”
The goal of Social Work Month is to inform the public, policymakers and legislators about the ways the nation’s more than 700,000 social workers advocate for and empower people, and help them live to their fullest potential.
Meet Tami Saunders, graduate of the Master’s in Social Work Online Program
One of the social workers who is helping to shape our society for the better is Boise State Master’s in Social Work Online graduate, Tami Saunders.
Hear more about Tami’s story in the video below and her journey to earning her master’s in social work degree.
Video by Doug Kessinger, Boise State Extended Studies
About Boise State Online
Check out Boise State’s Master of Social Work Online to learn more about this accredited and award-winning program.
Along with the Master of Social Work Online degree, Boise State University offers 55+ online degree and certificate programs to help you make your educational dreams a reality–whether you need a bachelor’s degree, a graduate degree or a single, online class. For more information, visit boisestate.edu/online.
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