All Title IV-E Program Graduates Attain Job Offers

All School of Social Work (BSW and MSW) students who graduated in May from the Title IV-E Child Welfare Training Program received and accepted job offers within 30 days of graduation. The Title IV-E Program educates and trains social work students for employment in public child welfare, such as at Children Protective Services, Foster Care, or Special Needs Adoption.

 

Social Work students who go into the Title IV-E Program agree to accept employment after graduation in the State of Wisconsin and remain employed in exchange for a stipend, tuition and fees, and books and supplies while in the program.

 

The goals of the program are to strengthen Wisconsin’s public child welfare workforce and to produce social work leaders. The program operates with federal funds made available through Title IV-E of the Social Security Act.

 

Since the program’s inception in 1999, the School of Social Work has graduated 203 BSW and MSW students who now hold child welfare positions in 32 counties in Wisconsin as well as the Oneida and Ho-Chunk Nations. 

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