I don't want to be a social worker. I think the question is perhaps one YOU should answer if it is YOUR job application. How can anyone else but YOU know what YOU want out of life.
i dont no so shut up
There are many excellent school that offer degrees in Psychology, with a specialty in Social Work. You can choose to attend a two year college to take your core requirements in general education. Then when you have earned the credits, transfer to a four year college to complete the first phase of your education. You will then want to attend at least two years of Graduate school in an MBA Social Worker program.
You need a masters degree in social work ; MSW...or a CSW
As Long as you want.
Your best bet would be to talk to a lawyer. You will have a hard time going around your social worker, but you may be able to get another case worker assigned.
Actually, it depends on the state but in NY, you need either a bachelor's or Masters in Social Work. Majoring in psychology is a good background for entering the social services field but if you want to hold the title of social worker you need to complete a degree in social work.
It depends on the career you want. The majority of students who graduate with a bachelor's degree in psychology go on to work in a variety of fields that utilize their interpersonal skills and insight. For example: sales, advertising, market research, etc. If you want to work as a clinical psychologist or a social worker, you need to get a graduate degree.
tTo be a social worker you would go to a school that has a speciality in social work usually a four year school. Then you have to pass a test to become licensed in the stste you want to practice in.. Thus licensed social worker.
It depends on which type of social worker you want to be - clinical or direct service. The latter deals with helping people cope with everyday problems while the former diagnoses and treats other issues.
Well. If that child or children has parents who are taking care of them then you have a very slim chance. However, if the child is in foster care or in the state's custody I would go visit the child and ask who the child's social worker is.. Then get into contact with the social worker and ask about adopting the child
There are a lot of social worker jobs available through the government. Check out: http://federalgovernmentjobs.us/job-group/social-science-psychology-and-welfare.html for more options in the field. You may want to look at your local county's job listings too.