Sociology, Anthropology,
and Social Work

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Experiential Learning: A Distinctive Quality of Our Program

"Tell me and I will forget, show me and I will remember, but if you involve me, I will understand." - wisdom from a Chinese proverb

Social work program faculty are committed to creating opportunities for actively involving students in doing social work throughout their undergraduate careers. Beginning in the first semester of the sophomore year and continuing through the final semester of the senior year, students are actively engaged in the practice of social work so that they will have ongoing occasion to integrate what they learn in the classroom with their developing social work practice. This approach to social work education produces exceptionally well-rounded, qualified graduates who get jobs easily and who become leaders in their field.

Here are examples of things social work students might experience as part of their coursework in our program.

Sophomore year

Junior Year

Senior Year

Juniata social work students thrive in their professional and academic development because they are significantly challenged in a nurturing educational context that provides the necessary peer and faculty support to assure that they will succeed - often beyond expectation.