MSW

Abby’s Story

“I had contemplated enrolling in graduate school for years. However, the challenges of being a mother and full-time employee made it feel impossible. Working in the clinical field of substance use and recovery, I knew I needed to continue my education to advance my work to support individuals and families impacted by substance use disorder. […]

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Zeus’ Story

“I chose the University of Maine-Orono’s Master of Social Work online program for a variety of reasons. One of the stipulations I placed upon picking a program was the ability to keep my full-time job in mental health while obtaining my master’s degree. In doing so, I have been able to both enhance my capacities […]

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Nicolas’s ​Story

“I chose the University of Maine Graduate School for its convenience and reputation. I had heard some very positive things about the program especially relates to its rigor, its commitment to students, and the high quality of its instructors. Moreover, the online hybrid program provided me the freedom and flexibility to continue working while I […]

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Philip’s Story

“Graduate school can definitely be challenging at times, as can raising two young children. With the online option for the Master’s in Social Work program, I am able to take my classes when and where I want, while being there for my wife and children. It has given me the freedom I have needed in […]

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Rachel’s Story

“I chose the Online Hybrid MSW program because, as a full-time wife, mother, and alternative ed teacher, I need the flexibility of working on assignments when my schedule allows. I also knew I wanted the face-to-face contact the two Saturdays per semester offered. Because we’re a cohort, we’ve gotten to know each other personally and […]

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