Welcome to Org Sync, Social Work style!
Thanks for checking us out. Weekly meeting minutes are posted under the files button on the above tool bar. If you need anything or have questions please email or message. We hope to see you on Thursday!
Vice President -
Social Work Association is open to all Ferris State social work students, both BSW and MSW level. We are involved on campus and within the greater Big Rapids community.
College of Arts & Science
Please enter just the Box Number or File.
New RSOs who have not been approved yet, please enter "File."
What else should people know about your meetings? Do you only meet once a month? Do attendees need to be added to an agenda? Is the location hard to find? If attendees need ADA accommodations, whom should they contact?
Meetings are held once a week and both new/returning students are welcome at every meeting. At meetings, we sign in, discuss volunteer opportunities that students are engaging in, discuss campus and community events and plan our own campus wide events. We take time to be social, hear news from members, and hear member input. Meetings vary in length depending on the participation, but will not go past 11:50am.
Does your organization have a mission statement, catch phrase, or other marketing description? Information provided here may be used in university publications, websites, or other materials.
If your organization has selective membership, please describe the selection process. This may include a GPA requirement, try-outs, degree program, etc.
Must be enrolled in the Social Work program at Ferris State University
Why should people join? What makes your group special? What will students gain by being a member?
Gain community service hours and experience working in committees planning events, network with your peers in social work and the Big Rapids community, and form friendships with a great group of people.
Does your group have a fundraising, volunteer, or service initiative? Do you consistently work with a non profit organization?
We strive to be extremely involved on campus and in the community.