Dr. Needha Boutte-Queen, Chair
Ms. Ronda Lewis
Social Work Organizations
While in the program, students are encouraged to participate in the student organizations as a way of developing their leadership and organizational skills, providing student input regarding the program, and giving back to the community through service activities. Through their participation in the Social Work Organizationand the National Association of Black Social Workers - Student Chapter, and Phi Alpha Honor Society for Social Work Students, students have an opportunity to participate in a variety of community projects, events, conferences, career development workshops, humanitarian award festivities, and legislative and judicial processes. For example, these student groups
The Social Work Organization, National Association of Black Social Workers - Student Chapter, Phi Alpha National Honor Society for Social Work Students, and TSU Social Work Program Alumniare active and vital parts of the socialization and networking opportunities available to our students. For more information about social work, professional social work organizations, and social work licensing, please see related social work links.