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Field Education

Ma ka hana ka ‘ike.
In working, one learns.
ʻŌlelo noʻeau, No. 2088

Join our Field Education 'Ohana!

Field Instructors & Field Sites needed statewide!

As social work students learn in their field placements, they give back to the communities and agencies in which they are placed.

Graduate and undergraduate field students:

  • Provide direct services to individual clients in the office, in homes, or in the community.
  • Do assessments, provide case management, and make referrals.
  • Facilitate groups and work with communities.
  • Participate in agency recruitment efforts.
  • Draft intervention plans, client goals, and program reports.
  • Support legislation in advocacy for agency services.
  • Complete required documentation and client data entry.
  • Research and compare best practice interventions.

Suggest a Field Site

Do you know of an agency or organization that you think would make a great training ground for social work students?  Complete the “Suggest a Field Site” form located below and our Field Office will reach out to them.

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