Social Worker with children

Social Work Comprehensive

Delivery method: Traditional | Online

Social work, or assisting families, children, and individuals with social, interpersonal, financial, and medical issues, is one of the fastest growing and most meaningful professions of the 21st century. The profession is considered a calling and a personal mission that compels ordinary individuals to make extraordinary efforts to make a difference in the lives of people from all walks of life.

After completing the program requirements at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, you will be prepared and equipped with knowledge, skills, ethics and values to counsel and aid people as they struggle to better their lives. Social workers are highly desired for their people-skills in business, government and numerous other leadership positions.


  • Adoption
  • Aging services and gerontology
  • Child welfare
  • Domestic violence programs and shelters
  • Family Services
  • Medical social work
  • Mental health/clinical social work
  • Private practice
  • Residential treatment facilities
  • Substance abuse
Jenna Dubas
"I'm currently working at Seattle's Union Gospel Mission. I am the coordinator for an outreach we do called The Bridge. I am also the Receptionist Support Assistant for the Volunteer Engagement Team. Since graduating with my social work degree, I have used the skills I've gained to work in areas of case management and program development for the homeless community in Seattle. I am in graduate school at Northwest University pursuing a Master's of Arts in International Community Development too. My social work degree was very foundational for all of this and equipped me well."

Jenna Dubas

Seattle's Union Gospel Mission, Seattle, Wash.