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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Aug, 29, 2001 18| I i of the group Silver Threads performed at Nutrition Site Aug. O. The foursome in gospel songs. Pictured are June Brook, Mary Bird and Romona Roper. Selby's Rachel, was also at the perfor- I I g to a ranked 34th in the country in social work- graduating MSW level social State Universi. workers, Mace said. Because its first class-only 1,200 to 1,500 MSWs are of social produced annually in the program next state's 14 MSW programs, ac- ceptance into programs can :We students arebecome very competitive. fall in the MSW "This is a very desirable de- offered by gree," Mace said. School of SocialCSU, Chico's MSW pro- School will also of- gram will have two areas of MSW program specialty: Mental Health Set- with a bacealau-vices, and Families, Children work, to-debut and Yotrth-Services. Students will choose one or the other a shortage of so- specialty for their advanced in California," program. Work professor Mace said not all programs MSW director, offer specialties; for instance, counties out. California State University, areas, Sacramento's MSW program other near- offers a generalist approach. have trouble ob-He said the specialties are for a variety ofvaluable but do not necessari- lls program is in ly dictate future employment; to specific re- roughly half of MSW gradu- service and ates stick with their program agencies that orientation. "This is a flexible degree to have, with lots ofpo- is currently tential career paths," Mace CARBONLESS FORMS PRINTED Call "THE PRINT SHOP," 283-0800 NEED WEDDING INVITATIONS? Call Keri, 283-0800 PRINT YOUR STATIONERY on recycled paper, available at Feather Publishing, PRINT SHOP" 283-0800 experience with Social Security SSl cases at all levels of appeal YOU ARE AWARDED BENEFITS DISABILITY ' disabled and expect to be out of or more, you may merit Social ability even if you've been previously my reason may qualify: accident, 'physical illness, on-the-job or off-the- . Laws are being tightened. Qualified tation is critical. Disability Associates can take your case to every level, including court. Call for FREE consultation (775) 1-888-825-1616 se habla espatlol qSABILITY ASSOCIATES said. To obtain the MSW degree, students without a B.A. in so- cial work will complete a 61- unit program over four se- mesters. The students with a social work B.A. who had an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher, and a GPA of 3.0 or higher in their social work courses, will complete a 36-unit program starting in the summer ses- sion, followed by two semes- ters of study MSW classes will be held on two consecutive days each week. This should make at- tendance easier for commut- ing students, Mace said. He added that a part-time MSW program may be developed in the next few years. The program has been re- viewed and authorized by the California Postsecondary Ed- ucation Commission allowin CSU, Chico to grant the {h,- Council ~i S{jr'ia] Work Edu- cation, the ~}r:{:r~rl]ting organi- zalion for all social work edu- cation t)v~}#r~tIlls ill the United SUm:B. h;,~ rf,vie;ved the cur- I'i(:ll]ll~]l ;,I~(t ;t(tl]]itt{:{l the pro- r:,nl int{} '{:.ndidacy" in ,Jurl~, (;]rldi{iauy is a two- to ro.(, s of evalua- Ibm by (:'-~'A'K, 'Ahich leads to ~[ll} :~( " "! llfil ifJt3 Qf the pro- gr;]lll. "I'~lr,,~:. :~r- {~:'A ~,p"{:iSl COSTS full-time graduate tuition and the ordinary costs of study, such as books and computer software. Students are expect- ed to complete a field intern- ship in each year of the pro- gram. For more information on the MSW program, call the School of Social Work at 898- 6204 or go to the school's Web page at . i \, TIRE ,m~s~Im-'- STANOARO AUGNMENT THRUST AMGNMENT ,.:..J ._X r2.J ' J ,If ,,In ,II .#iI IHTRODU(IH5 THf ALL NiW R iX MONOTUD[ PIIIFOIIANC| SHOCK High Prt.~re N~en Gus nn~ FloofinI Iqlt~n"}'-- ~im k~ ~ pi~,q~ 4~4% md IV~