Social Work Program: Field Instruction
Emily Goins '14 in her senior Field Instruction placement Sanjuana Juarez '14 in her senior Field Instruction
Holsten Human Capital Development, Chicago placement with Gateway Educational Center, Warsaw, IN
Field Instruction is a senior-level, 10 credit-hour requirement of the social work major. Each student completes 420 hours in a social service setting, under the supervision of a professional in the field.
Field Instruction takes place during a combined January Session and Spring Semester of the senior year. Students are in their placements Monday through Thursday each week, and return to campus each Friday for a supportive Field Instruction Seminar with faculty and peers.
Please view the Manchester University Social Work Program Field Instruction Manual for details.
Chad Ulmer '13 in his senior Field Instruction Kim Gray '13 in her senior Field Instruction placement
placement with Wabash Middle School with the Wabash County Probation Dept.