The Ecological Justice Social Work concentration has been added to the GSSW curriculum, but what does it look like to work in this space? Explore examples of work within the Ecological Framework. Discover how MSW graduates can find their footing in this non-traditional career path and what do you need to know to be a viable candidate.
Hear from a panel of employers and community partners working in this space.
- Jessica Isaacs, 350 Colorado, Organizer
- Damar Garcia, ComunDenver, Organizer
- Emily Shosid, University of Denver, Sustainability Coordinator
- Sarah Bextell, Clinical Associate Professor & Ecological Justice Concentration Co-Lead
- Stacy Said, GSSW Career Development Advisor
For more information about the GSSW Ecological Justice concentration visit the GSSW Webpage: https://socialwork.du.edu/content/concentration-ecological-justice
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