Our Office of Alumni Relations offers many ways you can connect with the more than 8,400 School of Social Work (SSW) alumni and make a difference to today’s students. Events and programs work to connect alumni with students and peers, help support your continued education and much more. For questions, please contact Abigail Jackson, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations.
Here are some of the ways you can get involved:
Subscribe for alumni news:
Subscribe today to receive our alumni email newsletters and event listings. Fill out the newsletter form, specify a subscription to "UConn News & Updates" and choose "Social Work" under the Interests heading.
Share your story:
Share your story with alumni and students through various publications, like our quarterly alumni e-newsletter. These stories give students, your peers, and the public an inside look at the varying contributions social workers make to our communities. To share your story, reach out to the SSW Alumni Relations Office at email@example.com.
Become a field instructor:
Field education gives students insight into the wide range of social work settings where graduates may become employed. Help student integrate theory into practice as a field instructor. For more details regarding options, requirements and policies, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Become a mentor:
The Husky Mentor Network is a virtual mentoring platform that connects students with alumni for conversations and guidance around career prospects, resume critiques, mock interviews, etc. Learn more and sign up today!
Attend an event:
The School of Social Work also has a robust offering of continuing education programs throughout the year; check out the continuing education schedule and register for a program today.
Network with fellow SSW alumni at local events hosted throughout the year and across the country. View the full calendar at the UConn Alumni website.
UConn School of Social Work is part of UConn Alumni's #ThisIsAmerica series, which brings together UConn faculty, alumni, and students to discuss and unpack systematic racism, social justice, and human rights issues. It spotlights the individuals, organizations and movements fighting for justice and equity, and against oppression and white supremacy.