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October newsletter

  1. 1. In this Edition:Welcome Message USC School of Social WorkGPSSGraduation FundraiserNews from SDACHomecoming Update October NewsletterMeet our Newest Student October 3, 2011Org Reps!Students Contributions…AIDS WalkNews from OCACUniversal DesignCareer DevelopmentUpdateCaucus Corner Welcome Message from your Elections and Recruitment ChairFellow Trojans,Welcome to the October Newsletter! Hope the semester is coming along great. We arealmost at the midpoint of the semester and it is never too late to start getting involved. Iwant to invite all students to take interest in the opportunities available within the School ofSocial Work. There are many options for students, including committees, caucuses, honorsocieties, GPSS, and Student Org. monthly full board meetings just to name a few. Youmight be asking yourself, how will I benefit from getting involved? By getting involved youwill meet new people and build new friendships, have the opportunity to make aDIFFERENCE, give back to the community, provide direction and leadership. In addition,you can gain skills in project management, budgeting/financial management,fundraising, communication, advocacy and community engagement. Feel free to attendmeetings or events to inform yourself on the many possibilities. If you want to learn moreabout how to get involved feel free to contact me at ortizros@usc.edu.Fight On! Jose Ortiz, Student Org Elections and Recruitment Chair 1
  2. 2. Wed like to take this opportunity to congratulate and introduce our newest member of Student Org, Yael Adef. As the Foundation Year GPSS Representative, Yael will help to give a voice to the concerns of first year students within our program and represent our program to the university as a whole. Additionally, we would like to congratulate Jarad Cox, Shell-Sea Thompson, Helen Lim, and Kevin Anderson for being selected toGPSS represent our program as GPSS liaisons. These leaders will work alongside the two representatives from Student Org and are excited to begin! Graduation Fundraiser! Work out, release some stress, AND raise money for graduation!! Zumbathon October 22, 2011 From 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Barrio Action Youth & Center 4927 Huntington Drive Los Angeles, CA 90032 Pre Sale Tickets $7.00 At the door $10.00 Come join us for some self-care! 2
  3. 3. News from SDACSan Diego Academic Center has a lot in store for the month of October.For those of you who RSVPs and were confirmed, the center is hosting a CASSW workshop onOctober 1st. Dont miss the chance to attend the open forum with the San Diego AcademicCenter Director on October 6th from 4pm-6pm (location TBD), to bring up academic centerideas, concerns, or questions to the director. Lunch with the Deans on October 15th from1pm-3pm will be an opportunity for students at SDAC to meet and have lunch with theDeans and present information or questions about the center and the school at large. If youare a current student and want to assist in providing insight to those thinking about theprogram, SDAC is having a New Student Information Session at 5:30-7:30pm on October 19th.If you hold a caucus representative or other position at SDAC, please join us for the monthlyleadership meeting on October 20th from 4pm-6pm in the large conference room.Additionally San Diego will be establishing a month of giving for the month of November.Please contact any of the caucuses if you happen to have ideas and otherwise moreinformation will be coming out shortly. Congratulations 1st year representatives on all yourwork and we appreciate your efforts to get involved. Homecoming Update! Thank you to those who attended our first Homecoming Committee Meeting! Our next meetings will be: Thursday September 29th 11:30 am in MRF 204 Thursday October 20th 11:30 am...Rm TBD Please come to see how you can get involved! If you would like to be added to the listserv please email Lorena Garcia lorena@usc.edu Homecoming Committee has 100 tickets available to sell to students for ONLY $50 (limited 2 tickets), they will be first come, first serve. Please be on the lookout for an email from Student Org and the Homecoming Committee on how you can order your tickets and spirit packages. 3
  4. 4. Meet our Newest Student Org Reps! VAC Representative GPSS First Year Representative Caryn Lindensmith Yael AdefMy name is Caryn Lindensmith and I am My name is Yael Adef and I am reallythe newest Student Org VAC excited to be your GPSS Foundation Yearrepresentative. I am a full-time student in Representative! I am a part-time studentthe March cohort and am planning to do in the three-year program and amthe mental health concentration. In 2006 planning in the COPA concentration. II graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in currently work on campus as aUrban Studies from Lipscomb University in Residence Coordinator in the HonorsNashville, Tennessee. Since then I have dorms and as a Writing Consultant at theworked in a Tennessee State senator’s Writing Center. I graduated from USC inoffice, a physical therapy clinic, and as 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts in Politicalan in-house substitute for a pre- Science and Psychology and thenkindergarten through eighth grade attended Emory University School of LawMontessori school. My current field in Atlanta, Georgia. After receiving myplacement is at an outpatient oncology JD in 2008, I began working at a nationalcenter, working with patients and their defense firm where I focused exclusivelyfamilies to resolve financial, emotional, on employment defense litigation until Iand other concerns related to treatment. left my position to begin this program.I live two hours north of Seattle, onWhidbey Island, where my husband is As your Foundation Year GPSSstationed with the U.S. Navy. Representative, I will be working with Alana Copeland, the ConcentrationAs a VAC representative, I will be working Year GPSS Representative along with thewith the other representative, Julie Row, newly selected GPSS Senators to helpto help answer questions and resolve answer questions and resolve studentstudent concerns. We are also working concerns. We are also working toon a number of projects to help facilitate integrate our program with the rest of theand improve communication, as well as University and improve the quality of ourto improve understanding about the student experience. If you have anyprocesses and procedures related to questions or concerns please feel free tobeing a VAC student. It’s going to be a contact me at adef@usc.edu. Fight on!great year for the VAC! If you have anyquestions or concerns please feel free tocontact me at lindensm@usc.edu or JulieRow at jrow@usc.edu. 4
  5. 5. Students sharing with Students… …Special thanks to Joel Gutierrez for his submission What do Social Workers Make? (based on "What Teachers Make" by Taylor Mali) by Regina Brett Social workers, like most teachers, dont make much. Or do they? What do they make? They make an infertile couple celebrate a lifetime of Mothers Days and Fathers Days by helping them adopt a crack baby no one else wanted. They make a child fall asleep every night with out fear of this fathers fist. They make a homeless veteran feel at home in the world. They make a teenager decide to stop cutting herself. They make a beaten woman find the courage to leave her abuser for good. They make a boy with Downs syndrome feel like the smartest kid on the bus. What do they make? They make a 10-year-old believe that he is loved and wanted, regardless of long he lasts in the next foster home. They make a teen father count to 10 and leave the room so he wont shake his newborn son. They make a man with schizophrenia see past his demons. They make a rape victim talk about it for the first time in years. Than make an ex-convict put down the bottle and hold down a job. What do they make? They make a couple communicate so well they decide not to get divorced. They make a dying cancer patient make peace with her past, with her brief future, with her God. They make the old man whose wife has Alzheimers cherish the good times, when she still remembered him. They make forgotten people feel cherished, ugly people feel beautiful, confused people feel understood, broken people feel whole. What do they make? They make more than most people will ever make. THEY MAKE A DIFFERENCE! 5
  6. 6. AIDS WALK Join us in the Los Angeles AIDS Walk!!! What: AIDS Walk LA Length: 10 kilometers / 6.2 miles When: Sunday October 16, 2011 Sign in starts at 8:30AM Where: West Hollywood Park 647 N. San Vicente Blvd. in West Hollywood How: Go to: http://www.aidswalk.net/losangelesGo to register -> Join a team -> Search for our Team Name: USC School of Social Work or Team Number: 5166 or call: (213)201-9255 The highest fundraising caucus will win lunch for their next meeting!!! (please e-mail quirarte@usc.edu once you register and include your full name and the caucus you are representing, if any) If you have any questions e-mail Gabriela Quirarte at quirarte@usc.edu News from OCACOCAC held a Carnival Caucus on Sept 26th to inform students about the differentcaucuses available in Orange County. Causes tabled and informed students on theirevents and opportunities to get involved. Socializing and and raffle prices were partof the fun. Thank you to all the students leaders and first year students who attendedthe event. Please stay tuned for upcoming events. If you have any questions aboutanything please dont hesitate to contact your student org representatives Esby orEric. Esby egarciac@usc.edu Eric ericpere@usc.edu 6
  7. 7. On October 13th, USC School of Social Learn about Universal Work Phi Alpha Honor Society and the Davis School of Gerontology will be co- Design with Phi Alpha hosting a brown bag on Universal Design in and the USC Davis Hamovitch (MRF) at 11 am. Universal School of Gerontology Design is a way to set up the environment so that it is accessible to all people without creating any cultural, linguistic, or physical barriers. We will have guest speaker Anna Nguyen, who is a research psychologist atthe Davis School of Gerontology to further explain this concept and how it affectssocial workers. Food will be provided for those who attend. RSVPs tophialpha@usc.edu would be greatly appreciated. It is never too early to start thinking about your career trajectory!You are already well into the Fall semester & its never too early to start thinking aboutyour career trajectory...You have already received information on some careerresources offered at the School, USC & NASW...Those graduating next year will be invited to participate in the Alumni MentorProgram (AMP), offered by the Social Work Alumni Association, ProfessionalDevelopment Committee. One on one alumni mentoring is available to assist youtransition from "student" to "professional"...Applications are due on October 21,2011. The Kick-Off Reception in OCAC is November 9, 2011 & at UPC on November16, 2011. (Sorry, AMP is only offered at UPC & OCAC this year...SDAC & VAC studentscan participate if you can attend either UPC or OCAC Kick-Offs.)A special presentation on "Non-Traditional Social Work Opportunities" will be held onNovember 3, 2011, 11:15 am-12:45 pm, UPC-HRC. Learn how to apply yourtransferrable skills to an organization that may not ordinarily hire socialworkers...Internships & jobs are offered at organizations such as: Warner Bros., WellsFargo, etc.A workshop is scheduled for international students on "How to Improve Your Chancesof Getting Hired" on November 15, 2011, 11:15 am-12:45 pm, MRF #204. Please RSVPto the career development email at sswcd@usc.edu by 11/10/11.Stay tuned for other upcoming career development activities in the Spring semestercoming to an academic center near you! 7
  8. 8. Asian Pacific Islander Social WorkCaucus Caucus CornerHello Trojans!Time is going by very quickly, isnt it? Cantbelieve its already midterm season... Althoughyou may be overwhelmed with various papers towrite and presentations to make, make sure tomake time for the API events that are comingup! Heres what in store for you!Tuesday, October 4th @ 11:30AM - API GeneralMeeting & ElectionsCome join us for our 2nd general meeting of the month. In particular, this meeting will be devotedto elections. Please email us at apisowk@usc.edu if you are interested in running for aposition. Candidates will be asked to give a brief speech at the meeting. If you are a student fromone of the satellite campuses, you should email your speech to API by the time of the meeting tobe eligible to run. Voting for those students will take place via email. The positions are:1st Year Representatives (2)OC RepresentativeSD RepresentativeSkirball RepresentativeVAC RepresentativeTuesday and Thursday, October 11th, 13th & 27th @ 11AM-1PM - API Apparel SalesPlease support API by purchasing USC School of Social Work merchandise!Tuesday, October 25th @ 11:15AM-12:45 - Struggles of API Undocumented StudentsWe will have speakers from various organizations such as ASPIRE to talk about the issuesthat undocumented API students face. We will also be selling our API merchandise before andafter the event. The exact location is not confirmed, but will be announced via the API Facebookpage and the Mid-Month Student Org Newsletter.If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to email us @ apisowk@usc.edu or contactus via Facebook(www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=15965963521 or http://www.facebook.com/pages/USC-Asian-Pacific-Islander-Social-Work-Caucus/233086460055223).Thank you!Black Social Work CaucusGeneral Body Meetings Every 3rd Thursday of the Month in MRF 303, 11:30-12:30pBSWC Study Jam! October 6th, 8p-12a. Location TBA.BSWC El Paso Cantina Fundraiser, Thursday October 20th. 2402 Sepulveda Blvd. Torrance, Ca 90501"Black Trojan" T-shirts available for $20! Contact fbalogun@usc.edu.Visit our facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/blacksocialworkcaucus.usc for updatesand details on events and meetings.Clinical Social Work CaucusThank you all for attending the first CSWC Mixer of the year at Traddies! It was a great opportunityto connect and GET CLINICAL! We are planning many more fun and informative events for theyear, including brown bags, field trips, fundraisers and BBQs. If you would like to learn more aboutthe caucus and our activities, please be sure to join our next meeting!Next Meeting: Thursday, October 13, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m***Please check our Facebook page or your email for location. 8
  9. 9. International Social Work CaucusThe theme of International Social Work Caucus (ISWC) is Fostering Global ExchangeTHANK YOU everyone who came to ISWC Welcome Pot Luck /General Meeting. ISWC sent out anoverview of the meeting, if you didn’t get it please contact usc.iswc@gmail.com.ISWC would like to Congratulate and Welcome our two new board members, who are going to be agreat addition to our team this year. Welcome Lindsey Palmar for Skirball Rep. and Ilana Bar-DinGiannini for Student Org Rep. ISWC is looking forward to working with you.Orange County Academic Center (OCAC) is hosting a Brown Bag mixer for OCAC students interestedin becoming involved in the International Social Work Caucus activities held in Orange County.Come and get to know others of similar interest and discuss ideas for future brown bags and eventsregarding international social work issues.When: October 18, 2011 – Time: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM – Where: Room 138 or Classroom FFor more information, contact ISWC’s OC Representative – Melissa at bartlott@usc.eduThe UPC event of the month is a Documentary Film Screening on Mental Health Practices in Bali.Please join in for this Brown Bag to learn more about the problems that the mentally ill face in Bali,Indonesia.When: October 20, 2011 – Time: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM – Where: SWC 106 – SmartroomFor more information, contact Cassandra at cassanaa@usc.edu or usc.iswc@gmail.comHere is the info on the most awaited INTERNATIONAL TRIP during winter break. MSW students arewelcome to join ISWC to volunteer with IFRE in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala from December 16 toDecember 23, 2011. Students will be given the opportunity to be involved in Orphanage projects,work with street children and kids at Risk and much more. Student’s stay will be with Host Families whoare poor, clean, happy and caring. For more information or be a part of this amazing task group,please feel free to contact Louisiana Medina at louisiana.medina@gmail.com orusc.iswc@gmail.com.The ISWC Track Jackets are still for sale.The next deadline to submit your Track Jacket order is Thursday, October 20, 2011. ISWC will betabling during Universal Break on Tuesday, October 18, 2011. Make sure to stop by with cash orcheck. Checks can be made payable to Taleen Askejian. With these Track Jackets ISWC supportsHomeboy Industries because their mission and service in the community is very much in-line with thevalues of ISWC. The Track Jackets are made by American Apparel and echo ISWC’s philosophy. Forshipping info or more information, please contact Taleen Askejian at askejian@usc.edu orusc.iswc@gmail.com. If you have already ordered your Track Jacket, please be on the lookout for an e-mail from ISWC Mid-October so you can pick your Track Jacket. Good Luck everyone for Midterms Fight On! Latino/a Social Work Caucus Contact E-mail: latinosw@usc.edu Friend us on Facebook: USC Latino Social Work Caucus The LSWC Board hopes that everyone is taking time for self-care during this period of midterms!! We would like to thank everyone for the continuous support with the events we have had so far. October will be an awesome month full of exciting events including our Halloween party!! Continue to join and support in our upcoming events: 3rd General Meeting Tuesday, October 11, 2011- 11:15a.m.- 1p.m.- SWC 106 Join us for our 3rd general meeting of the year. Hear all the upcoming events and how you can become involved in the caucus. Domestic Violence Conference/ Panel at OC Campus 9
  10. 10. Thursday, October 13, 2011- 11:00AM-1:00PMOC Reps are collaborating with the Part Time Caucus to create a conference discussing theSocial Work implications with Domestic Violence.Mentor/Mentee Study DateThursday, October, 13, 2011 – 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. RM TBDThis event is aimed for all mentors and mentees. There will be an opportunity for students tostudy/write midterms at UPC with your assigned mentor/ mentee!Community Service Event: Day Laborer ProjectSaturday, October 15, 2011 – 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.LSWC will be providing food and men clothing to day laborers. Day laborers are recentimmigrants from Central America and Mexico who do not have a permanent job. They are avulnerable population in our communities with the lack of basic needs: shelter, food, andclothing. If you can provide men clothing such as jackets, t-shirts, and pants contact, CommunityRepresentative, Carla Osorio-osoriove@usc.eduOC Tamale SaleTuesday, October 18, 2011- 11:30 a.m.-12:30pmOC Reps will be selling tamales at the OCAC. Come by and enjoy homemade tamales!Halloween PartyFriday, October 28, 2011 – Doors open at 9:00 PM LSWC will be hosting a Halloween party at Club Belasco in Downtown LA. First 100 pre-sale tickets willcost $10!! Original pre-sale tickets will be $12. Buy them from any LSWC board member starting inOCTOBER!! Tickets will also be sold at the door for $15 until 11PM and after 11PM for $20. Dress up andenjoy the party!*Learn more about our events by attending our meetings, joining our mailing list, or “friend-ing” us onfacebook! Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.-ADELANTEThe Latina/o Social Work CaucusMen in Social Work Caucus• MSWC general meeting will be held on Tuesday October 11th at 11:30am in MRF room 320.• MSWC World Famous Chill by the Grill: For Mens Health Awareness on Thursday November 3rd at 11:00am at Gabilan Courtyard.Orange County Social Work CaucusGreetings from the O.C. Caucus! We would like to thank everyone who supported our Friends and Family Hockey Night at theHonda Center on September 21, 2011. Admission to the event included a game with the AnaheimDucks versus the San Jose Sharks and USC versus UCLA. Following the Ducks and Sharks game,students were able to watch and cheer along with the USC band within the first twenty rows of thehockey ring! The night was an overall success and we thank everyone that supported us. On September 13, 2011 the O.C. Caucus hosted an ice-cream social for foundation andconcentration year students at the OCAC Campus. Students received free ice-cream, mingled, andlistened to a panel of guest speakers. The OC Caucus along with few other continuing studentsmade up the panel and shared their experiences as a student, intern, and provided “survival”tips. Following the panel presentation, students mingled and socialized while enjoying their delicioustreats! =]Sampling of Upcoming Events:10/1/11: NAMI Walk @ Hunting Beach Pier-7:30am-12:00pm10/27/11: Scary Movie Night @ OCAC –8:30pm-11:00pm 10
  11. 11. Check out our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=206569199401542Dont forget...if you would like to be part of the OCAC Newsletter, please submit your information bythe THIRD Wednesday of every month! (mhour@USC.edu) :o)Part-time CaucusPart-time Caucus:Tailgate October 1st- Join us before the game. Mingle, Eat, Drink, Play (Game Starts @ 12:30 p.m.)General Meeting: October 22, 2011 @ OC Campus @ 3 p.m.Rainbow Alliance Social Work CaucusGreetings from Rainbow Alliance! Here is what’s coming up for RAC in October. • October 6th- Trans-posium event in partnership with the USC LGBT Resource Center, 11:00am Tutor Campus Center Room 450. Join us for a film and panel discussion on issues affecting the transgender community. Lunch will be provided! • October 13th- Rainbow Alliance monthly meeting, 11:30am in MRF 338. • October 16th- AIDS Walk Los Angeles- Join RAC and the School of Social Work in registering for AIDS Walk 2011! To register visit http://www.aidswalk.net/losangeles/participate/register. • If you are interested in joining one of the Rainbow Alliance Committees (Advocacy, Fundraising, Social, Community Service) let us know. We will be discussing them more at our next meeting.As always feel free to email uscra10@gmail.com with any questions!San Diego CaucusELECTIONSResults will be announced this week. Thank you to all of you who ran for office.LAPTOP SALESGet you very own USC neoprene laptop sleeve for 15" and 14" laptops! Protect you investment andshow TROJAN PRIDE! $35 and $30.MEAL DEAL FUNDRAISER!On the first and fourth Tuesday of each month, from 4PM to 6PM, save time and gas $ by eating righthere at the center.For $5 you get an entree, chips, drink, and dessert. Next one October 4th, CHILI!! con carne andvegetarian!MIDTERM MAYHEM Join us at the center on THURSDAY, October 13 for some stress relieving activities... details will beposted on the student bulletin board. 11
  12. 12. Social Action Caucus • Our second general meeting will be on Tues Oct 11th in MRF 338 from 11:30 to 12:30. We hope to see you all there! • We will be planning for our upcoming tailgate against Stanford, solidifying our service projects, and finalizing our undergrad and first-year representative candidates. • SAC would like to invite everyone to join us in the AIDS Walk on October 16th, 2011. To find out more information, please contact SAC! • Any questions, concerns, ideas, or passions, please let us know at uscmswSAC@gmail.com. • Remember: free high fives at every meeting! Have an idea about how to make the Newsletter even more spectacular?! Know of a Any Ideas??? great community service opportunity? Want to encourage the student body to learn about a specific organization? Want to bring our attention to a social justice issue? Let us know! We want your input! Send any ideas to swstuorg@usc.edu or find Maddison during her office hours (Tuesday 1-2). 12
  13. 13. Contact Us: President OCAC Rep Lorena Garcia Eric Perez lorena@usc.edu ericpere@usc.edu Office Hours: Th 4-5 Office Hours: T 11-12 Vice President OCAC Rep Spencer Dunn Esbe Garcia spencerd@usc.edu egarcia@usc.edu Office Hours: Th 11-12 Office Hours: Th 4-5 Secretary SDAC Rep Email us: Maddison Gan Mako Csapo maddisog@usc.edu csapo@usc.edu swstuorg@usc.edu Office Hours: T 1-2 Office Hours: T 4-5 Elections and Recruitment SDAC RepFind us on Facebook: Jose Ortiz Gena Truitt ortizros@usc.edu etruitt@usc.edu http://www.facebook. Office Hours: Th 10-11 Office Hours: T 11-12 com/UscStudentOrg Community Service Skirball Rep Gabriela Quirarte Kristin Teti quirarte@usc.edu teti@usc.edu Office Hours: T 11-12 Office Hours: 2nd W 5:30- 6:30 Graduation Raquel Zamora VAC Rep raquelz@usc.edu Julie Row Office Hours: Th 9-10 jrow@usc.edu Office Hours: M 5 pm (PST) GPSS Rep (Concentration) Alana Copeland VAC Rep acopelan@usc.edu Caryn Lindensmith Office Hours: Th 5-6 lindensm@usc.edu Office Hours: W 6 pm (PST) GPSS Rep (Foundation) Yael Adef Adef@usc.edu 13
  14. 14. I <3 USC School of Social Work Shirt Order FormTank- $20 (Please indicate quantity of each size) Small ____ Medium ____ Large ____ X-Large ____Total $__________ Quantity total_________T-shirt- $20 (Please indicate quantity of each size) Small ____ Medium ____ Large ____ X-Large ____Total $______ Quantity total________! 2 for $35 dealTank ____ T-shirt ____Total $______ Quantity total________Academic Center: UPC !OCAC !Skirball ! SDAC !VAC !!I would like to be sent an email to pick up order at my academic center. __________________ (Preferred E-mail)! Please mail to:NameAddress, including city and zip codeEmail Address Phone$ 5 for shipping cost ($10 shipping cost for 2 – 5 shirts) !"#$%#&$(#&)*#)(%&+$,$-"#&./0!! Shipping total $__________ !"#$$%&$&!$"()%&*$+,&!-./01-& 2+3)1(4)-($15& Total enclosed $_________ 1$2"&./0&& Check #_______________ "#$%&#!()*+!& Thank You ,--!./!01#2!"#/! 345!6*&7&5+!86!9::;9<:1==! for your order! !Questions? Lorena Garcia* lorena@usc.edu * Michelle Osuna* mosuna@usc.edu!! 14
  15. 15. Order total _______ Cash _______ Check # _______ Official Academic Business Cards Order Form$25 Business Cards Only $35 Business Cards + Card Holder $5 Shipping CostPlease type or print:Name:MSW Candidate: 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 None (Yr of Graduation Optional)Field Options: Tel Fax Cell Home Office E-mail Website (Must select one or two in each section / Duplicate allowed in each section) Field Options (listed above) Write Tel #, E-mail, and/ or website here Ex) Cell phone # 123- 456-7890 1) 2) 3) 4) 5)Academic Center: UPC OCAC Skirball SDAC VAC I would like to be sent an email to pick up order at my academic center. ______________________ (Preferred E-mail) I would like to receive order via shipping. Mail to:___________________________Address: __________________________________________________________________________________*Shipping will cost $5 extra.Please return form and payment to the Student Org. Office.Please make checks payable to School of Social Work Student Organization. If you have any questions, please contact Michelle at mosuna@usc.edu or Spencer at spencerd@usc.edu. 15