Your career planning should begin the day you're admitted to the Crown Family School. We have our own Office of Career that offers personalized student resources, training workshops and networking events.

The Crown Family School is one of the few graduate schools of social work with its own Office of Career and Leadership Development, and we encourage you to think of career preparation as an integral part of the curriculum. We will work with you to match your education, experience, and aspirations with rewarding work in a growing number of fields.

Soon after starting your program, read through the entire Career and Leadership section of the website as it will help you to get started on career planning.

What we offer to help you plan and prepare for your career:

Some of the hands on experiences that give students the chance to engage and build social capital are:

  • Fellowships/Internships
  • Washington Week
  • "Opportunities In..." Employer Information Sessions
  • Summer Job Shadow
  • And Much More...

Some valuable workshops that will help students learn and develop their skills while preparing and planning for the job market:

  • Tool Box Series
  • Interviewing Skills
  • Job Search Tips
  • Cover Letters, Resumes, and CVs
  • Networking (Building Relationships)

Some workshops that add to student's cultural competency and identity consciousness. Topics range and focus on working with marginalized populations.

  • Trauma Informed Workshops
  • Lunch and Learns
  • Professional Development Series

1:1 Coaching

In addition, you can schedule and connect with the Director of Career and Leadership Development for One on One Advising/Coaching/Counseling sessions.