The question of what distinguishes the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work speaks to our identity — to the core and soul of who we are. Our essence transcends our past, present, and future. In this video we offer a narrative and interpretation of what we feel makes our school stand out.
Students at Boston College Graduate School of Social Work learn the knowledge, values, and skills to practice competently and compassionately in the field of social work. Our more than 7,000 alumni worldwide are a large and diverse network of professionals who are changing the face of social welfare and social work. Learn more at http:www.bc.edu/socialwork.
Boston College Graduate School of Social Work is dedicated to fostering a welcoming environment for all students, faculty, and staff. Diversity awareness is a core value that prepares our students for effective and culturally-sensitive practices when working with diverse populations. Human needs, rights, issues, and solutions are intertwined with culture. Since 2006, BC Social Work has engaged in a continuous process of planning, implementing, and evaluating initiatives aimed at building a community that welcomes and supports people with diverse identities. Learn more at http://www.bc.edu/gssw-diversity.