Oakwood University is an institution that dedicates itself to preparing all students to enter to learn and depart to serve. The University is like non other and equips its students to perform at high standards academically in whatever skill/area/work that they may be placed in. The Social work program at Oakwood University provided me with valuable resources, hands-on experiences, cultural perspectives, and detailed preparation for any Masters level program. My experiences gained within the social work department ( internship experiences, international and domestic community service opportunities, networking opportunities through various conferences provided by the NASW, cultural projects, and more) provided me with a plethora of knowledge in the field of social work and enabled me with greater confidence to enter into a graduate program to pursue a Masters Degree in the field of Social Work. The professors take the time to encourage and advise each student to reach beyond minimal goals and pursue higher degrees of learning and experiences. I thoroughly enjoyed and benefited from my time at Oakwood University and I know that if it were not for the foundational learning received at Oakwood University my success in graduate school would not have been at the level in which I am currently performing ( 3.96 grad point average currently). Lakeisha Howard, MSW student LomaLinda University
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