Social Work Five: Five Questions with Michael Alexander
We encourage you to stay connected with the College of Social Work alumni community. Even if you live far from campus, you can stay involved by following us on social media, participating in professional development workshops streamed online and more.
Our more than 8,000 alumni contribute to the social work landscape worldwide through service and leadership. They are committed to public service in a variety of career opportunities, including health, immigration, military and substance use disorders. We are also strengthened by alumni who serve as field instructors and workshop presenters for our continuing education programs.
The College of Social Work is committed to maintaining life-long relationships with our alumni. Whether mentoring future social work professionals or providing financial support, you are essential to the continued progress and success of the college.
A social work career in sports? Tish Guerin took an idea and turned it into a career as one of the first full-time in-house therapists in the National Football League.
Michelle Thome-Kaufman began her professional social work career in Hawaii after graduating from the College of Social Work, which included a field placement at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston.
Learn how Aaron Guest's time at the College of Social Work helped prepare him for his current Ph.D. studies.