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Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are we doing for others? ~Martin Luther King. Jr. 

Concord University Grant House
 

Field Instruction is an integral part of the social work education curriculum. It engages the student in a supervised practice activity providing opportunities for the student to apply knowledge, values, and skills in relation to identified client needs, agency purpose, and social sanctions. As students learn from their social work placements, the knowledge, attitudes, and skills acquired from all areas of the curriculum are translated into accountable performance and professional competence.

Students will be provided with a generalist experience in their field placement agency. This means the student will have a field placement that will include working at the micro (individual), mezzo (family and groups), and macro (organizations and communities) levels of intervention. Assignments at each of these levels of practice are intended to help the student to integrate theory into practice.

The students will demonstrate responsibility for their own learning process by participating in the development of a learning contract with their agency-based field instructor. The primary relationship between field instructor and student intern is supported by an assigned faculty liaison who visits the agency during field placement an average of two times per semester. Students will also have journals and assignments due. Students will be expected to participate in online chat and adobe connect or face-to-face seminars. Students enrolled in the field practicum are also expected to participate in the Field Fair held on campus during the fall and spring semesters.

Field Education Placement Organizations

Below are links to some of the companies and agencies where our students receive their field placement.

SBIRT

Kognito Information

Kognito link

Please complete the following steps:

- Create an account with Kognito. You will see a link to  do so in the white log in box. 
-After creating an account and logging in you will be asked to choose an institution, enter an enrollment key, and choose your course. You will use the following information: Institution: Marshall University (this is the school where the grant is awarded from), Enrollment Key: trab010115, Course: SBIRT with Adolescents.

If you have any issues or questions with the simulation, please contact Shawn Allen at rallen@concord.edu

Post-Test

Contact Information

For more information about Social Work Field Education contact:

Shawn Allen 
Director of Field Education
Assistant Professor of Social Work

Department of Social Work & Sociology
Office: Marsh Hall, Room A213
Telephone #: 304-384-5299
E-mail Address: rallen@concord.edu

BSW Field Education

MSW Field Education

Field application Deadlines

  • Summer Field Placement - March 1st
  • Fall Field Placement - April 1st 
  • Spring Field Placement - October 1st