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Digital Communication & Media Outlets
The School encourages students, faculty, staff, and the community to take advantage of the following digital methods of communication and media outlets provided by the School:
Community Social Worker Email List
Interested in finding out more about opportunities at the School of Social Work? We'll let you know about major events, conferences, and other items of interest to social workers in Dane County and beyond.
Subscribe by filling in the form below. Please be sure to check your email after filling in your information:
Community Job Listings in Social Work/Social Welfare
Graduating students, alumni and community members are encouraged to sign up for a daily email of the jobs posted each day on the School of Social Work's Community Job Listings web page using the form below.
School of Social Work General Information Email Distribution List ("InfoList")
The Social Work General Information List for students, faculty and staff provides a vehicle to communicate important information related to official School of Social Work activities and its educational mission through an email distribution list. Typical messages include event announcements, job postings, and educational opportunities.
Students, faculty, and staff are added automatically, but can opt-out. The School of Social Work serves as the administrator for this e-mail list.
The School utilizes Facebook for news, announcements, and events related to the School, alumni, and the field of Social Work. A Facebook account is not necessary to view this content, but it is required to post content. Members of the Social Work community are welcome to post relevant information. The page is moderated by the School of Social Work.
Students and alumni of the School of Social Work are invited to join the LinkedIn group to connect with others for robust discussions about topics related to careers in social work or social welfare. The group is moderated by the School of Social Work.
Twitter serves as an informal communication method to quickly disseminate information. This account is managed by the School of Social Work.
The School of Social Work's YouTube Channel contains videos about the School's programs, history, and alumni. These videos are produced by the School of Social Work and the account is moderated by the School.