Christine Nicolo Hallice '65 Award

To benefit a student currently enrolled in the Master of Social Work program. It is hoped that this award will provide support to students who wish to empower young women to believe in themselves, to gain social/emotional intelligence, and to reach their full potential through formulating and practicing appropriate, productive responses to the challenges of life. A female student enrolled in Master of Social Work program at Salem State University; received an undergraduate GPA of 3.2 or higher and must maintain an MSW program GPA of 3.5; submitted a one to two page essay expressing their interest in focusing their MSW experience to promote the empowerment of female students through healthy growth and development that may include issues of self/esteem, body image, bullying, and the building of positive inter-and intrapersonal relationships with family, peers, school, and community. Placed at a north shore middle school (including, but not limited to: Beverly, Swampscott, Marblehead, Masconomet, Hamilton, Danvers) for her practicum, focusing on the empowerment and healthy development of female students through support, education and mentoring

Award
Varies
Deadline
02/15/2019
Supplemental Questions
  1. Do you wish to empower young women to believe in themselves, to gain social/emotional intelligence, and to reach their full potential through formulating and practicing appropriate, productive responses to the challenges of life?
  2. Are you placed at a north shore middle school (including, but not limited to: Beverly, Swampscott, Marblehead, Masconomet, Hamilton, Danvers) for your practicum, focusing on the empowerment and healthy development of female students through support, education and mentoring?
  3. You must submit a one to two page essay expressing your interest in focusing your MSW experience to promote the empowerment of female students through healthy growth and development that may include issues of self/esteem, body image, bullying, and the building of positive inter-and intrapersonal relationships with family, peers, school, and community.