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The Covenant House sessions consisted of about an hour of discussion about goals, relationships and obstacles, book-ended by 15-minute meditations. Though Mr. Schussel sounded a Buddhist bowl, the word Buddhism was not mentioned. “It’s not like we came here to do Bible study,” Mr.
I am a perfect example of why the fight against Proposition 8, which amends the state Constitution to ban same-sex marriage, failed to win black support. I am black. I am a political activist who cares deeply about social justice issues. I am a lesbian. This year, I canvassed the streets of South Los Angeles and Compton, knocking on doors, talking politics to passers-by and working as I never had before to ensure a large voter turnout among African Americans.
Changing research focus: Federalism to Private/Public Context The Urban Institute's Assessing the New Federalism Project closely followed struggling families over the past decade as many left welfare—first in a booming economy, then through a recession, and now in a period when wages have stagnated and health insurance costs have skyrocketed. Building on more than a decade of ANF research, ANF has changed focus to become the new Low-Income Working Families project. While ANF studied public safety-net programs as they shifted largely from the federal government to the states and from cash welfare to work supports, the new project spotlights the private and public sector context for families' success or failure. Low-Income Working Families The Low-Income Working Families project applies rigorous research methods to track families over time and to analyze the risks these families face.
When you're at school, you have the right to be treated fairly and with respect by other students and school officials, including everyone from custodians to teachers. You have the right to be free from bias, harassment or discrimination and to feel comfortable. You have the right to be yourself. At times, school can be rough for any student, but it can be even harder for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning youth, or those perceived as LGBTQ. We're lucky to live in California, where laws are among the most progressive in the country and many groups exist to actively support LGBTQ youth.
Of each dollar the federal government spends, how much goes to defense? How much goes to Social Security? How much goes to interest on the debt?
Are you thinking about a degree in social work, but worried about not finding the highest-paying social work jobs? The best social work careers combine a rewarding paycheck with a rewarding day at work. Learn how a degree in social work from one of the many social work schools online can lead to career success.
There are 8,114 positions in Social Work in the federal government! When looking at specific openings on USAjobs.gov , keep the following guidelines in mind: Social Services GS-0187 and Social Services and Assistant GS-0186 : Bachelor’s degree is usually recommended.
In today's Social Work Podcast I speak with David Dininio, Recruitment Manager for HCL Social Care International , about how social workers in the United States can work as social workers in other countries. Let’s be honest. You didn’t become a social worker because you wanted to travel the world. Even if you’re someone who has the travel bug – You’re a social worker. You’re not making a whole lot of money?