You are invited to attend one of our regularly scheduled information sessions. The sessions will provide you with an opportunity to ask questions and learn about the Silberman SSW. We will also provide you with specific information on the different pathways, the professional curriculum areas, and the admissions requirements as well as provide tips for writing the statement of purpose.
Master of Social Work
|September 30||1:00pm||Virtual Information Session||Click here to RSVP|
|October 7||10:00am||Virtual Information Session||Click here to RSVP|
|October 14||4:30pm||Virtual Information Session||Click here to RSVP|
|October 21||1:00pm||Virtual Information Session||Click here to RSVP|
|October 28||10:00am||Virtual Information Session||Click here to RSVP|
One-Year Residency Program Specific Session
This session is for individuals who at the time of application will have two years of cumulative full-time experience working at a recognized social welfare institution(s) or agency(s). Your current social welfare employer must be willing to provide you with a field experience during your second year in the program.
Bachelor of Social Work
The 2 year BSW program prepares graduates to enter the workforce as entry level social workers, with a practice specialization in either Child Welfare or Care Coordination.
If you are unable to attend the information sessions above, but would like more information on the degree programs Silberman School of Social Work offers, please contact our Student Ambassadors via e-mail at email@example.com, or call 1-212-396-7886.
For our BSW program please contact firstname.lastname@example.org