Child Welfare Education Program (CWEP)

A Title IV-E program providing financial and educational support to social work students

The Child Welfare Education Program is a collaborative effort between the Arizona State University School of Social Work and the Arizona Department of Child Safety (DCS). Students involved in the program receive financial assistance while pursuing their degrees in social work. In return, students contractually commit to work for DCS upon graduation. If you believe that you have the ability to make a difference for vulnerable families, then a career in child welfare may be a good fit for you. The ASU School of Social Work Child Welfare Education Program can prepare you to engage with families in a meaningful and transformational way.


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CWEP is Hiring Tempe Social Worker Link in Picture







The Child Welfare Education Program (CWEP) is hiring a Social Worker for the Tempe Child Welfare Education Unit. The minimum qualifications are an MSW and two years of experience working in the field of child welfare.

To open the job posting visit: and use the search term social worker or search for job#: 99224BR

View the Social Work Job Description here:

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