Students who graduate with a B.S. in Social Work advocate for vulnerable populations in various settings. Our recent graduates are employed at agencies throughout Western New York in the areas of addiction, aging, crisis management, developmental disabilities, education, health care, mental health, and prevention. Find out about additional career options for social work graduates here.
The Department of Labor projects the need for social workers will continue to increase, with employment opportunties growing 16% through at least 2026, which is above average for all careers. Social workers are agents of change. As professionals, they work to empower the human capacity to solve complex problems and improve the human condition.
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