Author Archives: brennamccoll

Resume Support and other NASW Perks

This week was busy, as most are. But while I’m grinding away with 4 classes and 24 hours per week in my field placement, I’m also thinking about a very important upcoming milestone; graduation! And with graduation pending, the top … Continue reading

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Presenting at a Conference- Professional Development Opportunities

Academia presents itself with endless opportunities that are simply not available outside of the university structure. As an undergraduate student, I rarely took advantage of the many services and opportunities outside of my major. For my graduate career, I decided … Continue reading

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When you’re in graduate school, the rest of life doesn’t simply stop happening. One of the trickiest things for me in my concentration year of the social work program has been managing the work-life balance. In the winter of 2015 … Continue reading

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PrimeCare-Integrated Health and Social Work

Healthcare in general is a relatively new field for me. I was first introduced to medical social work in my time here at the School of Social Work through volunteering at SHAC (Student Health Action Coalition) clinic and have found … Continue reading

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Transitions

Last week I felt like I entered a new realm entirely. How convenient that the week started with a solar eclipse! In many ways, solar eclipses signify transitions. Although I’ve completed two part time years with the UNC School of … Continue reading

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Social Work Advocacy

Last Wednesday, March 1st, I was fortunate enough to attend the NC-NASW’s Advocacy Day. Every other year NC-NASW puts together a day for Social Work professionals to learn about the biggest issues of concern in North Carolina legislature and are … Continue reading

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Experiencing Health in Social Work

As I continue in my second semester of my 2nd year as a distance education student (meaning I’m in year 2 of 3 years in my program), I am continuing to enjoy all of the additional professional development opportunities that … Continue reading

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