Child Welfare Workers
By: Skylar Puckett
Have a high degree of social interaction. They work with clients, families, and other social workers.
Mostly work indoors in offices, but sometimes work outdoors when visiting clients.
Must be very exact in their work. Errors or omissions could endanger the health and safety of clients or others.
Generally have a set schedule each week.
have a high school diploma or equivalent
have at least a bachelor's degree in social work
have a license
5 important skills and abilities
get along with people
chillgood with kids
Recommenced core classes and electives
Ethnic and Gender Studies