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What's great about Ambrose as opposed to other social work programs, is that they do the field experience both fall and spring semesters, because I know there's a lot of schools that do all the classes in the first semester of the year and then the field placement at the end during the spring semester. As nice as that may seem, it's really, really awesome to be able to take your field experience and bring it into your classes and talk about examples of clients that you've actually seen and actually helped and talk to. I know I've even brought examples in to my psych classes. It's it's amazing to be able to have that experience while you're in school and have it be built into the curriculum and get credit for it. It's my first job that social work related and that's the case for a lot of us because we obviously don't have a degree yet and you're getting constant supervision. You have a field instructor at your placement that you talk to on a weekly basis, it's required. Then you also have a faculty field liaison at the university that you can talk to about things. So it's kind of nice just to have that support for your first experience, especially in the line of work that comes with social work. That is a little bit about the B. S. W. Program here at ST Ambrose, so anyone looking to come into the program, whether that be the SW or a different program here at ST Ambrose, I wish you left.