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After 20 years in the business world, SocialWork@Simmons student Alberto Chang shares what inspired him to change his path toward a career in social work: http://bit.ly/1IgUvnw 
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In the spirit of celebrating transgender visibility and trans*lives such as ‪#‎CaitlynJenner‬, we're proud to announce the launch of our campaign Trans*forming the Dialogue!

Our goal is to foster a progressive conversation and empower the voices of the transgender community. Join us in the conversation! ‪#‎TransDialogue‬ http://bit.ly/TraDigp
SocialWork@Simmons is proud to announce the launch of: Trans*forming the Dialogue! In honor of LGBT Pride Month and in an effort to continue to celebrate Simmons’ commitment to fostering inclusivity ...
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The standards and principles for proper professional conduct as a social worker are contained within the NASW's Social Work Code of Ethics. For more information on this text and how to apply these principles to your career: http://bit.ly/1esC2sW
All social workers are beholden to the Social Work Code of Ethics —otherwise known as the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Code of Ethics — during their studies and vow to abide by its standards and principles throughout their careers.
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Language matters. Learn about the the proper terminology to use when discussing the complex issue of gender and sexuality with our glossary: http://bit.ly/1NT1XWG
Navigating the dialogue that surrounds gender and sexuality can be difficult. The terminology used by and for individuals along the gender spectrum is specific, and preferred usage can vary from ...
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We're ‪#‎WickedProud‬ to announce that we are going to be marching in the Boston Pride Parade! Follow us along on Facebook and Twitter (@SimmonsMSW) for live updates of the event.

If you are unable to join us in Boston, we've created a calendar that outlines many of the major LGBT Pride Festivals happening this summer! http://bit.ly/USPrideGp
Every year, hundreds of marchers take to Copley Square to celebrate the city of Boston’s commitment to embracing their diverse history and culture of inclusivity in the Boston Pride Parade. ...
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Did you know that 1 in 184 children in the US are within the foster care system?

In our infographic: "Demystifying The Foster Care System," we what explore the latest statistics surrounding foster children and foster families. http://bit.ly/FCIGgp
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We asked our outstanding faculty member Dr. Joanna Almeida about her experience with public health social work and her research involving the health of immigrant communities. For more: http://bit.ly/1F48vQ9
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Simmons College School of Social Work is proud to introduce SocialWork@Simmons.
Introduction

Now, aspiring social work professionals from around the country have the opportunity to earn a Master of Social Work degree from a nationally accredited institution — online.

SocialWork@Simmons offers the same rigorous curriculum as Simmons's on-campus MSW program. Distinguished Simmons faculty teach via an online learning platform that combines live, weekly, face-to-face sessions with self-paced, interactive coursework. Classes are limited to a maximum of 15 students per session for a truly robust learning experience.

Simmons is currently accepting applications for the first cohort, which will begin in July 2014.