VolunteerMake the work of the Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) possible—become a CSWE-MFP volunteer today! By contributing your time, knowledge, and expertise, you will help advance our mission of developing the social work workforce that meets the mental health and substance use-related needs of diverse individuals, groups, and communities.
Current OpeningsMaster’s or Doctoral Mentor: Lend your expertise to advancing career readiness amongst master's or doctoral students dedicated to meeting the mental health needs of BIPOC communities.
Guest Speaker: Provide a training, workshop, or conversational session to fellows on topics related to social work practice, research, education, career readiness, mental health, and substance use.
- Doctoral Advisory Committee Member
- Master’s Advisory Committee Member
- Doctoral Application Reader
- Master’s Application Reader
Become a SponsorCSWE’s MFP is grateful for the generous contributions of our sponsors:
- Boston College
- Case Western University
- Columbia University
- Fordham University
- Howard University
- Rutgers University
- Sacred Heart University
- The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
- University of Pittsburg
- University of Washington
- Virginia Commonwealth University
Do you know a social work student whose professional trajectory aligns with the goals of the CSWE-MFP? Are you connected with a professional organization of social workers? Here are some things you can do to increase awareness of and promote the rich opportunities afforded to MFP fellows and alumni.
Spread the Word
- Direct folks to the MFP webpage for more information on application timelines, selection criteria, eligibility, award information and more.
- Encourage interested parties to sign up to receive email notifications when the master’s and doctoral applications open.
- Disseminate this fellowship snapshot at your conference or event.
- Invite MFP staff, fellows, and/or alumni to your conference or event.
- Connect with MFP staff to schedule an information session with your school, group, or community.