Title IV-E Stipend Program Annual Report Is Now Available

Achievements for 2016–2017 are highlighted

September 21, 2017

CalSWEC has issued its Title IV-E Stipend Program Annual Report for 2016–2017. The report, presented to the California Department of Social Services, provides details of program accomplishments, including statistics about IV-E MSW, BASW, and Pathway Program students and graduates.

The graph below, from the annual report, indicates the ethnicity of IV-E graduates from all the IV-E stipend programs, including the first MSW cohort that graduated in 1993.

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The statistical report indicated, among other facts:

  • The 2016 graduates were employed in 43 California counties; 6 graduates were employed in Tribal agencies and 1 was employed in State Adoptions.
  • For fall 2016, the Pathway Program had its highest number of student enrollments to date. The 37 students enrolled in the Pathway Program represent the highest number since the program’s inception seven years ago, and a 28% increase over the previous year.

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Among program accomplishments:

  • At the request of Title IV-E Project Coordinators, a shorter version of the online course Academic Writing in Social Work was offered to all campuses as a free online course on CalSWEC’s Learning Management System (LMS) and as source files that could be uploaded into a school’s LMS, which would allow tracking of student completion of the course.