Social Work Club
The Weber State University Social Work (WSUSW) Club provides opportunities for students to be involved in social, service and scholarly activities. It is open to all social work majors.
2014 - 2015 Social Work Club Officers
"I'm Becky Roe and this year's Social Work Club President. I am a wife and mother to two darling girls and my family is very important to me! I returned to school after quite a few years; I am enjoying my studies in Social Work and have learned so much about myself and others. When I am not in school I love to spend time with my family, being active or outdoors. I will be completing my BSW this spring and look forward to this year of learning and growth and working with the Social Work Club."
|NASW VICE PRESIDENT
|PHI ALPHA VICE PRESIDENT
" My name is Kristen Mitchell. I am a non-traditional student, mother of two teenagers and a business owner. I am a Social Work major, working towards a MSW and eventually an LCSW. I would like to work with the LGBTIQ population, sexuality health and helping people create healthy relationships. I was on the service council at SLCC for 3 semesters and I'm excited to serve as the Service Chair for the Social Work Club."
|PHI ALPHA VICE PRESIDENT
"I'm Robert Sarlo, a Social Work major / Gerontology, I'm a Non-Traditional student at Weber State University and enjoying every minute of it. My personal goal is to attain my Bachelor degree then Master in social work. Some of the areas I'm interested in are veterans issues, health care for veteran service members, suicide prevention and of course gerontology. I'm also a disabled veteran. I enjoy reading, long walks, family, my dog Glory, Motown music, Jazz, nice vacation trips, and of course the National Parks in Utah. The Program in Social Work at Weber State has been very rewarding and challenging. Great Professors and environment to be in at Weber State University. Come and Join us."
"Your never to old to set another goal or to dream a new dream"
"Hi! I am a transfer student from Sacramento, CA. Weber State is my third college and Social Work is my fifth major. Without a doubt, life has taught me to embrace change and roll with the punches but I could not be happier to have discovered the Social Work profession. I work on campus as a Resident Assistant (RA) and am passionate about assisting others as well as advocating for residents. I am interested in serving several populations and therefore am excited to gain experience working with a variety of demographics. I am excited for the opportunity to be involved with the club this semester!"
"I am Carlos Palomo. I am a senior and Social Work major. My areas of interest in Social Work are the effects and solutions to poverty, delinquent children and adolescents in the school system, and mental health. My goal is to get my Master's and hopefully have the opportunity to travel the world and help people in impoverished areas. In my spare time I am a Hip-Hop DJ and a Netflix watcher. I love working out and eating healthy. I am excited to work with all of you. I am very easy to talk to so please don't hesitate. I am excited to be Social Chair."
"I am a mother of two, I love being outdoors doing whatever sounds like fun as long as I am with the people I love, family time is the best! I love helping people and being able to do what it takes to get to a goal. I want to be able to help change peoples lives for the better."
"I'm Mary Dove, a non-traditional student and mother of four daughters, two sons, and proud grandmother of 13. I have enjoyed and learned so much from my studies in Social Work at WSU. When not in school, I love spending time with family, playing piano, being active outdoors, and traveling. Areas of Social Work I get most excited about are, gerontology, veterans issues, and medical social work. I look forward to working with the Social Work Club and completing my BSW Spring 2015."
"I have been in Utah for six years now wow, before that I lived in Washington State all over.
I love trees!! I love to be in the sun, and I bleed purple for WSU!!!
I have a family of seven, 2 parents, five children boy 18, boy 16, girl 13, boy 6, boy 5.
I am in my senior year and I have enjoyed the journey of rediscovering myself and my own interests in life. It has been fun to find out what I am passionate about such as medical social work and crisis social work. I plan to go on and get my masters degree after graduating from Weber in the spring of 2015."
Dr. Cori Segovia-Tadehara, Associate Professor
Kristina Moleni, MSW, PhD (ABD)
Department of Social Work and Gerontology
For more information or to join the Social Work Club, contact one of the advisors.