Project: Agency Visit PaperBy Day 3Submit by Day 3, a 4- to 5-page written account of your agency visit. In the paper, address each of the following areas and support your ideas with evidence from course resources and additional research.· Describe the agency. Including:o Services offeredo Mission of the agencyo Clientele or population served· Describe the social worker’s job activities and professional roles· Explain what brought the social worker to the field and their work history· Explain opportunities for advancement and what the social worker does for professional development· Describe the social worker’s overall job satisfaction and strategies they use for self-care· Analyze your experience. Specifically,o Discuss your thoughts and feelings related to the agency, clientele, and type of work.o Reflect on why you may have experienced these reactions to the agency, clientele, and type of work.· Explain which social work values and ethics were evident (or not evident) during the interview.· Explain how social and economic justice relates to the services provided or population served by this agency.· Explain how cultural competence was demonstrated (or not demonstrated) within the agency or by the social worker.Submission and Grading InformationTo submit your Project, do the following:· Save your Project as a “.doc” file with the filename “WK6Proj+last name+first initial.doc”. For example, Sally Ride’s filename would be “WK6ProjRideS.doc”.· To upload your Project, click on Projects on the course navigation menu, and then click the “Project Turnitin – Week 6” link.
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