Resumes And Cover Letters For Social Workers Page 8


5 Woodstone Avenue, Amherst, MA 01002 413-000-1234
Smith College School for Social Work, Nor thampton, MA
M.S.W. (expected 8/2016)
Relevant Coursework: Beginning Treatment of Children, Clinical Practice with Traumatized Children and Families,
Family Therapy, Child Development from Infancy to Adolescence
Licensure: LCSW Certification expected Fall 2016
George Jones University, Newton, OR
B.S. in Social Work and B.A. in Writing/Literature (5/2013)
Study Abroad: Oxford University Honors Program
Honors and Awards: Social Work Major of the Year, Steinfeld Peace Scholar, Quaker Leadership Program
Social Work Intern, Aurora Mental Health Clinic, Aurora, CO (full-time field placement, 9/2015-4/2016)
▪ Provided individual, home-based, group, case management, and crisis intervention services to diverse population of
children and their families in Early Childhood and Family Center; clinical issues included trauma, loss, and wide
range of mental health issues often compounded by developmental disorders
▪ Provided consultation services to teachers, foster care families, and other community service providers
▪ Participated in multi-disciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and case managers
▪ Completed 10-week training on attachment theory and 2-day training on developmental disorders of infancy and
early childhood
Social Work Intern, Asian Counseling and Referral Services, Seattle, WA (full-time field placement, 9/2014-4/2015)
▪ Provided clinical assessment and long- and short-term treatment to primarily Asian Pacific adult population
including immigrants, refugees, and American-born clients
▪ Co-facilitated weekly art therapy groups in day treatment program for severely and persistently mentally ill clients;
led psycho-educational group for clients recovering from substance abuse
▪ Provided outreach services to local community center
School Liaison and Residential Counselor, Youth Guidance Association, Por tland, OR (6/2012-5/2013)
▪ Supervised at-risk youth in residential treatment home and public school settings
▪ Provided basic case management; maintained relationships between faculty and treatment home staff
▪ Organized and led after-school study groups and weekly therapy groups
▪ Responded to residents’ educational and vocational needs: attended IEP meetings, helped clients find and apply for
summer jobs, and assisted clients with college searches
Research Assistant, George Jones University, Department of Social Sciences, Newton, OR (6/2011-5/2012)
▪ Assisted PhD candidate with research on adolescent substance abusers
▪ Transcribed interviews and entered data using Excel
Preschool Teacher, Salvation Army Little People Daycare, Seattle, WA (12/2013-5/2014)
▪ Created and taught curriculum one day per week to 18 low-income children ages 3-5
▪ Supervised class during play and recess activities; led music and art projects
Summer Job Coach, Idaho Independent Living Services, Boise, ID (6-8/2009 and 2010)
▪ Assisted two young adults with developmental disabilities in their summer jobs
▪ Supervised activities and outings with clients
Outreach Volunteer, Youth with a Mission Summer of Service Program, Amsterdam, Netherlands (6-8/2008)
▪ Worked with street youth, served food to homeless, and assisted with needle exchange program
Summer Staff/Camp Counselor, Quaker Hill Summer Camp, McCall, ID (6-8/2007)
▪ Led camps, ropes courses, crafts, and music for campers ages 10-17


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