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Social Work
Sector-specific resources for social workers seeking work.
Books
  • 100 Best Non-profits to Work For  (361.7630973 Ham)
    Hamilton advises readers to "find your dream jobs and launch a rewarding career doing goood!"
  • Blue Book: Directory Of Community Services In Toronto (Closed Ref 361.0025713541 Blu)
    Listing of hundreds of community and government organizations within Toronto.
  • Canadian Directory to Foundations & Grants (Ref 001.4402571 Can)
    An annual listing of over 2,000 Canadian grant-making foundations and over 150 American foundations with a history of granting in Canada.
  • Careers for Good Samaritans (361.002373 Ebe)
    ,”make a difference and have a great career while you’re at it!”
  • Careers in Social & Rehabilitation Services (361.002373 Gar)
    ,”key in on the specialty best suited for you - from psychology to social work to rehabilitation services,”
  • Connecting To Change The World (658.046 Pla)
    Non-profit and philanthropic organizations are under increasing pressure to improve productivity with fewer resources. To achieve greater impact, they must adopt a network-centric approach to solving difficult problems.
  • Great Jobs for Psychology Majors (150.2373 DeG)
    DeGalan advises psychology majors on the myriad careers at their disposal including social work
  • Handbook of Grants and Subsidies for Non-profit Organizations, Federal and Provincial (Ref 061.1 Han)
    A continually updated service listing all available government assistance available to non-profit organizations and therefore a resource for social workers to analyze potential career opportunities.
  • Introducing Social Work (361.30941 Dom)
    ,”This short and accessible introduction will appeal to anyone with an interest in social work, including those considering becoming a social wroker.”
  • The Non-profit Sector in Canada (361.7630971 Non)
    An overview of the non-profit sector and an explanation into the diverse roles these organizatons play in Canadian society.
  • York Link: A Community Services Directory (Closed Ref 361.0025713547 Yor)
    A listing of nearly 700 community service providers and related government agencies in York Region.
Web Sites
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers
    (www.casw-acts.ca)
    CASW’s objective is to strengthen and promote the social work profession.
  • CIDA
    (www.acdi-cida.gc.ca)
    Looking for a career in international development? Check out the job opportunities, contracts, internships or voluntary placements on the Canadian International Development Agency’s Web site.
  • Imagine Canada: Sector Source
    (sectorsource.ca)
    ,”Sector Source connects charities and nonprofits with resources that help develop organizations and support the work they do for their communities.”
  • National Association of Social Workers
    (www.naswdc.org)
    NASW is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world
  • Social Work Job Search
    (www.charityvillage.com)
    "Canada’s supersite for the non-profit sector."
  • Social Workers Action Team
    (www.swatcanada.ca)
    "The premier job listing and support service for the social service field."
  • The New Social Worker Online
    (www.socialworker.com)
    ,”The place for social workers on the net!”
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