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Molly Glauber, M.S.S.W. Candidate
Molly Glauber is a Graduate Student Intern at the Workplace Center while completing her M.S.S.W. at Columbia University School of Social Work. Molly is using a Social Enterprise Administration lens and specializing with Workers and the Workplace as her population of interest. She comes to us from a first year placement working with high school students, supporting their attendance in school and career development and employment needs. Her prior work experience includes being a crisis counselor at a domestic violence and sexual assault center (in Louisville, KY), a site coordinator at a free after school program for middle school students (in southern IN), a high school special education teacher through Teach for America (in Memphis, TN), and an AMERICORPS: VISTA with the Family Service department at Habitat for Humanity of Metro Louisville. She has a B.A. in Sociology and Political Science from the University of Kentucky.
Camille Santistevan, M.S.S.W. Candidate
Camille Santistevan is a second-year graduate student enrolled in the two-year Masters program at CUSSW. At the Workplace Center, Camille conducts research, develops training materials, and co-facilitates training for career development and employment support services for youth with mental health conditions. Prior to joining the Workplace Center, she interned as a social work case manager for elderly Holocaust survivors at Self-Help Community Services in Brooklyn. Camille's interest in Social Work management began when she worked as a Site Coordinator for an after-school tutoring program in Berkeley, CA. Here, she became passionate about improving programming through staff development and training and updating outdated program curricula to match current state standards. Camille graduated in 2009 with a B.A. in Political Science from University of California, Berkeley. Her primary interests are increasing financial empowerment through employment and financial literacy among various vulnerable populations, especially people with mental health conditions.
Rebecca Rabinowitz, M.S.S.W. Candidate
Rebecca Rabinowitz is a Graduate Student Intern at the Workplace Center. She is completing a dual degree masters program at the School Social Work and Mailman School of Public Health. Rebecca spent her first year at CUSSW working with students at a middle school in Harlem. Her focus at the Mailman School of Public Health is in social science research. Rebecca has spent the past two summers working in Washington, D.C. on a variety of different policy issues including disaster preparedness and child welfare. For her masters thesis Rebecca is studying the connection between job satisfaction and high turnover rates of Home Health Aides working in New York City. Before coming to Columbia, Rebecca worked at UJA-Federation of New York. For the past three years she has been involved with House of the Roses, which is a volunteer organization that teaches dance classes to children living in homeless shelters across New York City. Rebecca graduated from Brandeis University in 2009 with a B.A. in Psychology and Education Studies.
More information about the Columbia School of Social Work's Master of Science program may be found at: http://socialwork.columbia.edu/academic-programs/master-science-program