To connect Social Work Alumni back to Bridgewater State through programming and learning opportunities and to support the Social Work department and its current undergraduate and graduate students.
Co-chair: Jessica Mosey, '14, LICW
Co-chair: Taylor DeSanty, '17
Professor Pamela Szczygiel, DSW, LICW
Professor Nasreen Shibli, MSW
Dr. Margaret Boyd, MSW
Dr. Taylor Hall, '10
Undergraduate or Graduate with a Social Work degree from Bridgewater State or working currently in the field of Social Work.
Spring 2021, via Zoom
Related Giving Opportunities
To benefit an undergraduate or a graduate student enrolled in the College of Social Work at the University.
The Dr. Mark J. Brenner Clinical Practice Scholarship will benefit a graduate student enrolled in the School of Social Work pursuing a Master of Social Work. The recipient will identify as a first-generation college student and will demonstrate financial need as determined by the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Services. Students who are already receiving tuition and fee remission as a graduate assistant are not eligible. Preference will be given to an MSW student who intends to pursue a clinical practice career in the field of mental health.
The School of Social Work Scholarship Fund for Undergraduate Students benefits a deserving undergraduate student with financial need. Applicants must submit a personal statement that details their academic accomplishments, community engagement, financial need and plans to apply their BSU social work education to enhance the well-being of individuals, families, and/or communities and work to increase social justice.
The Edward T. Donovan Memorial Social Work Scholarship will be awarded to a junior or senior majoring in Social Work from Plymouth County or the surrounding area. Preference will be given to those interested in working in the aging field or with the elderly.