Community Partners

Field Education


The Field Education Office is a community of social work professionals where we establish new field sites with our community partners. We have over 300 community partners!

If you’re interested in joining along side the community partners below and becoming a core part of our student’s journey into the professional world, fill out this application for one of our team members to contact you.


Would you like to attend a training to become a field instructor and/or a Qualified Supervisor? The Field Education Office provides an annual two-day, 12-hour community training for field instructors. CEUs will be offered for these trainings.

  • Day One (eight hours): community field instructors and task supervisors to become eligible to supervise interns
  • Day Two (four hours): includes additional training that meets the requirements set forth by the Florida Department of Health to become a Qualified Supervisor for registered clinical social work interns.

Have more questions? Contact:

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Robin Pisano, MSW

Program Director for Field Education
Social Work
Location: HS I Room: 229
Phone: 407-823-1838

Licensure Exam

The UCF School of Social Work sponsors an exam preparation course for social work graduates interested in obtaining their LCSW. Developed by Dr. Sophia Dziegielewski (Dr.D), UCF School of Social Work Professor, the two-day intensive course is held once a year and is available to UCF students, alumni and members of the community for a fee (study materials are included). Dr. D. has successfully helped over 20,000 social workers pass the ASWB® clinical exam.*

Attendance is limited to room size, registration prior to the course is mandatory. For more information please contact [email protected].

*The Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB®) is a registered trademark. ASWB® is not affiliated nor does it sponsor or endorse any study course materials designed to assist social workers in preparing for this exam.

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