INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana's child services agency is hosting an online panel discussion about what's required of today's social workers and what the job is like in the field.
The panel discussion Wednesday afternoon will feature social work program director Lisa McQuire of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and Indiana Department of Child Services Morgan County family care manager Megan Gelarden. They'll discuss working directly with children and families in crisis and job practices, qualifications and education. They'll also take caller questions.
The Department of Child Services encourages anyone interested in becoming a social worker to participate. The program will be broadcast at www.blogtalkradio.com/idcs.
March is National Social Work Month,
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