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Student Stipend Winners: 2014
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In March,  5 MSW Awardees were presented a Graduate Student Scholarship to assist in attending the SSWAA National School Social Work Conferencesm in Chicago, Illinois.   SSWAA's  Randy Fisher Legacy Endowment Fund provides $1,000  to the State association where the National Conference is held.  The State Association then chooses Graduate students who will be attending the National School Social Work Conferencesm.  The State can choose to give $100 to 10 students, $250 to 4 students or whatever they choose.  States are also welcome to contribute additional funds.  Next year, the Tennessee School Social Work Association will have the opportunity to make the awards.  Funds can be used by the students for registration, hotel, meals or anything else they want to use it on. 

Congratulations!!

  Hannah Green                           Loyola University, Chicago, IL                                                  I am one of the 5 graduate students selected to receive a stipend after attending the annual SSWAA conference. I want to take a moment to thank you for your incredible generosity and acceptance of social work students at the conference. It was a fantastic learning opportunity and I appreciated it immensely.
 Sarah Kim  University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign, IL     Read Thank You note.
 Lucy Nelson  University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign, IL    
 
Jamie Redding 
                                    
 Brown School, Washington University, St. Louis, MO     

Pictured with Tom Tebbe, Illinois Association of School Social Workers' President and Dot Kontak, School Social Work Adjunct Professor at Washington University   

 Aisha Smart Loyola University, Chicago, IL    I want to say thank you for the $200 stipend I received for being a student attendee of the SSWAA conference. I enjoyed the conference and was ecstatic to receive this stipend. I also volunteered at the conference which I enjoyed. I am deeply grateful and appreciative for your contribution.

 

 

 

 

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