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      Welcome to the Social Work Student Community Advocacy Network, SWSCAN. We are the Social Work student organization at the University of Houston- Downtown campus.  

      SWSCAN is open to any student at UHD with a 2.5 GPA or higher, able to commit to a minimum of 4 volunteer events a semester and attend at least 2 member meetings each semester. Our annual dues are $15 per semester or $25 annually.  If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us at uhdswscan@gmail.com. Also, don't forget to look for us on facebook.com/uhdswscan and Instagram@UHDSWSCAN and twitter.com/uhdswscan and Snapchat /SWSCAN

Commit. Grow. Lead.

Sarah Jewel Setliff – President

Marisol Orozco– Vice-President

Karla Almendarez – Secretary

Melissa Trejo – Treasurer

Estephani Carrizalez – Council of Org Liaison 

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Description

SWSCAN is an organization that is founded on the principles of service to the community, and abides by the National Association of Social Workers code of ethics. Service, Social Justice, Dignity and Worth of a Person, Importance of Human Relationships, Integrity, and Competence.

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Service

Organization Email

If your student organization does not have an email address, you can create one using gmail, yahoo, etc.

Student Organization Requirements

All student organizations at minimum must require that each student joining is a current UHD student in good academic standing with a 2.0 GPA or higher. You can list all other requirements here.

2.5 GPA
Open to any enrolled student at UHD
Participation in at least 4 volunteer events each fall and spring
Attend 2 organizational meeting per semester
Has a commitment to and interest in community service
Open to any social work program alumni

Student Organization Categories

Please select a category that best describes your student organization.

Service

Proposed Advisor's First Name

Angela

Proposed Advisor's Last Name

Goins

Proposed Advisor's Position Title

Assistant Professor of Social Work

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