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NYS BSW Scholars & Children’s Corps Dual Program

The New York State BSW Scholars Program, and Children’s Corps have joined forces to offer eligible candidates a 3-year program that will lead them seamlessly to full time employment in New York City’s child welfare agencies.

HOW DOES THE DUAL PROGRAM WORK?

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF THIS 3-YEAR DUAL PROGRAM?

This dual program is a perfect opportunity for social work juniors who are passionate about working with children and families to work towards their career goals in a supportive environment and obtain secured employment upon graduation. By participating in this program, students gain:

ELIGIBILITY

SELECTION PROCESS

Application

We want to ensure that our program is the right fit for candidates. In order to learn more about child welfare work, interested applicants should:

Interested students will submit an application specifically designated for the BSW Scholars-Children’s Corps Dual Program. This application will be available in mid-December and can be downloaded by clicking the link below. It will have specific instructions to follow so be sure to read it carefully. Please contact Liv Anna Homstead, livanna@fosteringchangeforchildren.org, if you have any questions.

For information regarding the next application period, please check back here in mid-December 2017.


Interview

BSW applicants who are invited for an interview will follow the same interview process as all Children’s Corps candidates, and be required to submit two letters of recommendation, at least one from a professor (click here for more Interview Info). Interviews are only held in New York City. You will receive much more information about the interview process only if you have been selected for an interview.

To access the 2017 BSW-CC RECOMMENDATION FORM, click the link below: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3238905/BSW-CC-Recommendation


Selection

Offers to join the Corps are made within three weeks of interview. Candidates who accept the dual program’s offer will be required to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) outlining the terms, values and expectations of the Dual program. Signature of this document demonstrates the candidate’s commitment to the program for three years.

Children’s Corps Admission Policies
FAQ

APPLICATION & INTERVIEW TIMELINES

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