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  • Alumni Profiles | Springfield College
    our alumni and their communities we invite you to hear what our alumni say for yourself Ernestine Barnes Small G 10 All you have to do is let a person know you are there for them Let them know you are there to support them Ernestine Barnes Small G 10 Seth Window Returning to college made me realize that you are never stuck in life You can always improve yourself and when you improve yourself you really have the potential to improve the lives of others Seth Window Miguel Trujillo 05 My advice is you re never too old The most successful people in history have made their greatest accomplishments after age 40 Miguel Trujillo 05 Lisa Robertson 12 The professors do strive to help you they go the extra mile to make sure that you succeed Lisa Robertson 12 Frenchi King 09 I can proudly say that I have an undergrad degree from Springfield College Frenchi King 09 Tony C Moore 09 G 12 It doesn t matter what you ve been through it s how you come through Tony C Moore 09 G 12 Dolores Marikian G 97 It was amazing The weekend schedule complemented my life I earned college credit for my previous experience and education The students and faculty became like a brotherhood encouraging me to go on Dolores Marikian G 97 Grace Diaz 09 G 11 It was amazing The weekend schedule complemented my life I earned college credit for my previous experience and education The students and faculty became like a brotherhood encouraging me to go on Grace Diaz 09 G 11 Program Highlights Find out why the School of Professional and Continuing Studies is the right choice for you See all Program Highlight videos Mike Cooper PhD 99 G 01 Springfield College changed

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  • Directory | Springfield College
    Grants Federal Pell Grants Other Grants FSEOG Scholarship Opportunities Federal Eligibility Enrollment Impacts on Eligibility Entrance Counseling Student Loan Deferments YMCA Matching Scholarships My Financial Aid Award Fiscal Facts About Us Who We Are About Us Who We Are Top 10 Reasons Mission Accreditation Collaborations Partnerships and Affiliations Alumni Profiles Directory Social Media News School of Professional and Continuing Studies About the School of Professional and Continuing Studies Directory Directory Professional and Continuing Studies Main Campus Contacts John A Eisler PhD Dean 413 748 3985 jeisler springfieldcollege edu David Rudder PhD Associate Dean 413 748 3974 drudder springfieldcollege edu Tia Altman Executive Secretary 413 748 3985 taltman springfieldcollege edu Elizabeth Belle Isle MBA Marketing Director 413 748 3733 ebelleisle springfieldcollege edu Kim Colangelo MEd Associate Director for Technology Services 413 748 3983 kcolangelo springfieldcollege edu John Cogoli Administrative Assistant 413 748 3481 jcogoli springfieldcollege edu Camille Elliott MS CAGS HS BCP Associate Director for Student Services 413 748 3978 celliott springfieldcollege edu Marisol Guevara MA CAGS Director of Recruitment and Admissions 413 748 3742 mguevara springfieldcollege edu Jeanne Heaton Administrative Assistant 413 748 3783 jheaton springfieldcollege edu Joanna Lenfest MA Associate Director for Admissions 413 748 3972 jlenfest springfieldcollege edu

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  • News | Springfield College
    of Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies SPRINGFIELD Mass January 26 2016 John A Eisler PhD has been named the first dean of Springfield College s School of Professional and Continuing Studies Formerly known as the School of Human Services the School of Professional and Continuing Education was renamed in order to allow its 10 regional campuses to expand programming beyond human services with both on campus and online degree programs School of Professional and Continuing Studies tops list for diversity SPRINGFIELD Mass October 22 2014 Springfield College s School of Human Services renamed School of Professional and Continuing Studies awarded more bachelor s degrees to minority students in public administration and social services than any other institution of higher education in the country In reaching the second highest position in the most recent year for which figures are available the school topped large for profit institutions as well as major research universities Springfield College Tampa Bay Offers One Year Master of Business Administration MBA in Nonprofit Management Springfield College Tampa Bay has announced that it has received Florida State approval to offer a one year Master of Business Administration MBA with a Concentration in Nonprofit Management beginning in September 2015 Springfield College is regionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and its MBA is accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education IACBE the leading outcomes based professional accrediting organization for business programs in student centered colleges and universities throughout the world Sherri VandenAkker Interviews with Rosie O Donnell Boston Campus Professor Sherri VandenAkker interviews with Rosie O Donnell on The View about her documentary My Name Was Bette The film chronicles the progression of the disease in Bette VandenAkker a nurse wife and mother who died in September 2007 Filmmakers Sherri

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  • Faculty | Springfield College
    College School of Social Work Faculty The School of Social Work is fortunate to have distinguished and dedicated faculty members who are experienced professionals accomplished in their fields Drawing from experience and current practice they are committed to learning that addresses the needs and goals of today s social work students Faculty and Staff Directories Full time Faculty Adjunct Faculty Staff The practice of working with vulnerable children and families calls upon us to engage families into a change process by focusing on their strengths risks resiliency and transitions This graduate program prepares students by combining theoretical constructs with the emerging research and best practices always striving for positive outcomes for children and youth in real world practice settings There are endless opportunities in the classroom and practicum for students to pursue their interests in specialized areas of child and adolescent mental health school social work juvenile justice and child abuse and neglect They emerge with a strong sense of the clinical and psychosocial characteristics of children who have trauma histories or seri ous emotional disturbance along with the teamwork perspective and competence to promote child well being within systems of care Joyce Lee Taylor PhD MA Assistant Professor Useful

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  • Directions | Springfield College
    at 123 Summer Street in Worcester Mass To the Brennan Center View the map Traffic Alert The city of Springfield specifically the downtown area and Interstate 91 is undergoing construction for the foreseeable future Prior to making your trip to the campus we encourage you to visit the MassDOT viaduct rehabilitation project Web page for the most up to date information on detours and traffic You also may call Mass511 a resource that provides traffic and travel information for Massachusetts by dialing 511 from your cell phone From Points East and West Brennan Center Take Massachusetts Turnpike to Exit 6 Turn left to Interstate 291 West Proceed one mile to Exit 5 East Springfield Indian Orchard After you turn right at the end of the exit ramp onto Route 20A you should be prepared to get in the left lane Take immediate left at traffic signal onto Roosevelt Avenue Proceed three miles to Alden Street At intersection go straight over bridge then bear right at fork 0 9 miles Take a left into Brennan Center parking lot From Points North Take Interstate 91 South Exit onto Interstate 291 Follow 291 for 4 2 miles to Exit 5B Route 20A West East Springfield After you turn right at the end of the exit ramp onto Route 20A you should be prepared to get in the left lane Take immediate left at traffic signal onto Roosevelt Avenue Proceed three miles to Alden Street At the intersection go straight over bridge then bear right at fork 0 9 miles Take a left into Brennan Center parking lot From Points South Take Interstate 91 North Take Exit 2 Route 83 Follow Route 83 to the second traffic signal Turn right onto Sumner Avenue Proceed 1 5 miles and take a left onto Daviston Street

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  • About | Springfield College
    THE PROFESSION OF SOCIAL WORK because you have the passion to help people improve their lives Now you want to excel further Tomorrow s effective social worker will need to master of all of the traditional skills of diagnosis and treatment and more Social work leaders will possess skills in collaboration management administration advocacy and system reform The complexity of the field is increasing at the rapid pace of societal change Factors include managed health care an aging population integration of disabled children in schools increased variety of treatment programs for substance abusers the growing popularity of employee assistance programs and other issues In addition needs for public welfare family services and child protection services continue to grow The advanced generalist practice curriculum at the Springfield College School of Social Work will equip you with the latest knowledge and skills Intellectually challenging while grounded in real world practice it will prepare you to make a significant difference in the world Academic Programs Masters of Social Work MSW Weekday Springfield MSW Weekend Springfield Worcester Advanced Standing for BSW Graduates Weekday Weekend Dual Degree Program MSW JD Dual Degree Program BS MSW Professional Education Post Master s Certificate in Trauma Informed Practice

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  • Dean's Welcome | Springfield College
    full time and part time programs Your decision to pursue a master of social work degree MSW is timely as Health Guide USA predicts that employment of social workers is expected to increase by 25 percent from 2010 to 2020 The Springfield College School of Social Work will prepare you for practice with individuals families groups organizations and communities in a variety of areas such as adult mental health child welfare child mental health school social work and gerontology and for direct practice supervision administration and public policy making activities Seven unique characteristics distinguish the Springfield College School of Social Work A concentration in advanced generalist practice Full time two year weekday MSW program in Springfield Mass Part time three year weekend MSW program in Springfield and Worcester Mass Options for graduates of CSWE accredited bachelor of social work programs to choose a four semester weekend advanced standing program or a three semester weekday advanced standing program An MSW juris doctor JD combined degree program in partnership with Western New England University School of Law completed in four years of full time study A BS MSW dual degree program with the School of Arts Sciences and Professional Studies A post master s certificate in trauma informed practice with children and adolescents You will have many choices for your field internship assignments at agencies throughout New England and New York The field education program is structured around four areas of learning to ensure that you gain experience in developing a full range of advanced generalist social work skills including direct service with individuals group work community development and organization and administration and organizational development Under certain circumstances employment based field internships can be arranged Faculty members are passionate about teaching and are actively engaged in social work practice community service and

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  • Strengths | Springfield College
    to Advanced Generalist Degree Employers increasingly demand social work processionals who are creative decision makers and solution builders two characteristics that the advanced generalist degree program focuses on Graduates of this program also have the knowledge and skills to assess complex situations with individuals families groups organizations and communities as well as the ability to intervene with advanced and sophisticated practice skills Outstanding diverse faculty members who are active practitioners scholars and researchers Springfield College School of Social Work SCSSW faculty members are highly regarded practitioners in the fields They are social work leaders who bring a hands on approach to the classroom and clearly demonstrate how social work theories and strategies apply in professional practice From family intervention to adventure based therapy to global rights the SCSSW faculty is recognized locally nationally and internationally for their contributions Small class sizes field practicums and field seminars all help to foster a unique bond between faculty members and students Click here to learn more Wide range of social work agencies for internships The Springfield College School of Social Work SCSSW offers a broad range of field placement possibilities both geographically and from a practice perspective Below is a partial list of agencies in Connecticut Massachusetts New Hampshire New York Rhode Island and Vermont where SCSSW students have engaged in social work in the past years AIDS Project Hartford Baystate Health Center Birch Manor Nursing Home Bridgeport Juvenile Detention Center Brattleboro Retreat Butler Hospital Catholic Charities Center for Adoption and Attachment Chicopee District Court Connecticut Massachusetts and Vermont Departments of Children and Families Cooley Dickinson Hospital Everywoman s Center New Hampshire Department of Children Youth and Families St Francis Hospital St Peter s Addiction Recovery Centers Valley Psychiatric Services Vermont Achievement Center YMCA of Western Massachusetts Located in New England at the

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