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Taught by Reiko Ozaki

Social work intervention in groups, organizations, and large systems; knowledge, skill, and appropriate worker role useful in working with neighborhood and community action groups and different types of organizations. Course restricted to Social Work majors accepted into the program.

“Individuals play a big role when it comes to funding for non-profits. You usually think that only big organizations or the government fund non-profits, but individuals do have a big impact. When you spread the word from person to person, you have great chance to raise money because when people hear about the things Refugee Connect does, for example, they want to get involved and help. ”

- SWK 405 Student

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