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Undergraduate Program

The Office of Gender Based Violence offers opportunities for undergraduate students to engage in real world scenarios within a supportive learning environment. Social Work students pursuing an undergraduate degree in social work or other fields are great candidates for the Survivor Link AmeriCorps Program and the Domestic Violence and Evidence Based Practice Certificate.

 

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Students who enroll in the Survivor Link Program count their internship hours as National Service, and receive a living stipend + Segal Education Award to help pay for school! Students make a difference in their communities and create a lasting network throughout Arizona.

 

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The Domestic Violence Certificate is great for undergraduate students wanting to gain a unique, in depth perspective about providing support services for survivors of domestic violence. This certificate is a valuable resume booster and works well in combination with the Survivor Link AmeriCorps program.

 

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DV Certificate

The ASU Domestic Violence Certificate is offered through the School of Social Work and is available for all in person ASU undergraduate students interested in gaining expertise specific to domestic and sexual violence evidence-based interventions.

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Courses

Bachelor of Social Work graduates will be prepared to be social workers in various practices, focusing on advocacy, intervention, safety planning, case management and problem-solving functions with individuals, groups, families, and the community around them.

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Survivor Link

Our Survivor Link AmeriCorps program is highly compatible and well integrated with the BSW track at ASU. Students pursuing a BSW at ASU are encouraged to consider our Survivor Link AmeriCorps program.

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Contact

To learn more about AmeriCorps Survivor Link internships, VISTA opportunities or or interested courses through our office please email us.
Email: survivorlink@asu.edu

For research, organizational collaborations, and public relations Email: ogbv@asu.edu

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