Why donate to YSocialWork, Inc.?
YSocialWork, Inc. is a start-up nonprofit organization on a mission to create social, economic, and environmental change in human services through advocacy, organizing, and philanthropic activities led by youth and young adults globally. All of your monetary contributions goes directly towards programs and projects led by the Youth Advisory Council.
Each student has access to the best possible learning technologies, as well having guest classes from industry professionals. We believe this better prepares youth and young adults for future careers in social work.
We believe in equipping your youth and young adults with the skills to be able to learn no only about themselves, but also to develop analytical thinking necessary to be entrepreneurial problem solvers in the field. We strongly support the process of developing independent thinkers and be high performers in the social work profession.
The learning environment at YSocialWork, Inc. allows youth and young adults to the time and attention that they need in order to succeed in a career in social work. We believe in exposing youth to social work through maximum learning opportunities in the United States and abroad.
YSocialWork, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) and your donation is tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by US law.
Our 2019-2020 Milestones
Since we first launched in 2015 we’ve worked with over 500+ social work students in macro education.
This year we welcomed two community college students to participate in our Student Internship Program.
Since incorporation we have produced four programs that we are looking launched over the next five consecutive years.
Our network is growing across social media sites to include industry professionals and organizations.
YSocialWork, Inc. is expanding our partnerships to include those in the industry and the community.
One high school student is committed to growing the number of youth involved in the Youth Advisory Council.
Our 2020-2021 Milestones
YSocialWork, Inc. launched two of the four programs designed last fiscal year: the High School Experiential Classroom (HSSEC) and the High School Student Webinars.
We reported $10,000+ in donations from “SW4J,” an ad-hoc project supporting the needs of protestors in Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD.
The Do Institute at the University of Maryland awarded YSocialWork, Inc. with a $500 dollar Mini-Grant. See annual report for more details.
YSocialWork, Inc. served close to 50 students from PGCPS. Fifteen students were recruited in the first cohort, twenty-five in second. About 75 students from PGCPS signed to participate in the training for service-learning hours.
Instructors and alumni from CSWE-accredited social work programs joined the HSSEC’s Instructional Team. Each instructor committed to 5 hours of service.
Participating student received a total of 25 hours of community service for assisting in the evaluation of our Introduction to Social Work class. Each session is virtual and ended with capstone. The first capstone was an introductory debate, while the second was a mock school board hearing advocating different school reopen plans across constituency groups.
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