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Below are links to different websites regarding graduate schools, articles and just different information you may be interested in learning about.

Recommended Links
U.S. Department of Labor
If you have any questions about the nature of social work, working conditions, training or other qualifications a social worker may have, employment, work earnings or related occupations this link below may be able to help you.
The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world, with 150,000 members. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies.
Social Work Search
This is an online searchable database devoted to the Social Work profession. It has links to websites and jobs of interest to social workers.
Social Work Today
SOCIAL WORK TODAY, is a National newsmagazine committed to enhancing the entire social work profession by exploring its difficult issues, new challenges, proud past and provides information about a variety of substance abuse related information, research, & articles.
Social Work Graduate School: How to Get In
Tips on applying to a graduate school, graduate school rankings, about the Masters in Social Work, about a Doctorate in Social Work, about taking the Graduate Record Examination, about Writing your Graduate School Application Essay, about getting suitable experience before you apply, the 7 Deadly Sins about applying to Graduate School and what social workers do.
The New Social Worker
The Magazine for Social Work Students and Recent Graduates is a magazine that began in 1994 and is published 4 times a year (January, April, July, & October). It was started by and is published and edited by Linda  May Grobman, ACSW, LSW, a social worker with an interest in social  work career development.  It was published in print format until Spring 2007.  Starting with Summer 2007, it is published in electronic format (PDF) and is available for free download from this Web site.
Social Work JobBank
Is a service of THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER®: The Magazine for Social Work Students and Recent Graduates, a publication I started in 1994. As a social worker who had experienced a varied career in direct practice as well as in writing and editing, and who had a strong interest in social work careers (I was always reading “Want Ads” even when I wasn’t looking for a job), I decided to start a magazine that would help other social workers with the issues they faced as they went out into the professional world.

Below are some MSW institutions in which the Oakwood Social Work Department have had an affiliation with:

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