JMSW Field Instruction
The field instruction program is an integral part of the JMSW curriculum. The field program is administered by two Co-Directors of Field Instruction, Prof. Bonita Porter at UNCG and Prof. Kevin Carter at NCA&TSU. Field-related policies, procedures, and practices are explained in the JMSW Field Instruction Manual.
Two-year and three-year students are in the field for three semesters. In the foundation field internship, students complete 336 clock hours of field instruction. In the advanced generalist (concentration) year, students complete 672 hours, for a total of 1008 clock hours for the entire academic program. Advanced standing students complete the advanced year internship only, for a total of 672 hours.
Students are placed in different settings for their foundation and advanced placements. In the advanced internship, students are placed in an agency relevant to their chosen area of concentration (Families and Youth at Risk or Health and Mental Health).
2012-2013 JMSW Field Instruction Manual (Word) Calendar
North Carolina A&T
Department of Sociology and Social Work
201 Gibbs Hall
1601 E. Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411
Fax : (336) 334-7197
Tel. : (336) 285-2049
Email : NC A&T SU-JMSW Administrative Assistant
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Department of Social Work
268 Stone Building
PO Box 26170
Greensboro, NC 27402-6170
Fax : (336) 334-5210
Tel. : (336) 334-4100
Email :UNCG-JMSW Administrative Assistant