To become a licensed clinical social worker in Maine one must obtain the Maine required education levels, fieldwork experience or clinical hours and possibly satisfy several other administrative requirements. Beginning your journey to become a licensed clinical social worker in Maine, starts with earning the necessary social work educational requirements. The Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) provides accreditation to social work programs in the United States. We recommend you begin your search there.

For example, Tulane University Online Masters of Social Work is CSWE accredited. It is also highly-ranked by US News & World Reports. The GRE is not required to apply to the MSW program at Tulane. A Bachelor's degree is required. Contact a representative at Tulane University about their online Master of Social Work program.

Maine licensed clinical social workers on average earn a salary of $54676 per year. Individuals who pursue master's degrees in social work, tend to earn an average of $45962 per year. The demand for Maine social workers is expected to increase by 15 by 2026. Interested in learning more about organizations hiring social workers in Maine? In fact, there are 3630. recruiting social workers in Maine. Please see the list below of organizations actively searching for social workers who possess or are concurrently enrolled in a social work masters degree program.

  • Sweetser
  • Family Counselor
  • University of Maine System
  • Maine Health
  • Sequel Youth And Family Services Us

As we mentioned, if you are evaluating a graduate degree program in order to become or to advance your career as a licensed clinical social worker in Maine, we recommend you start with CSWE accredited social work programs. There are over 240 accredited CSWE MSW programs to review. Get a jump start and browse the MSW programs below to begin the journey of becoming a Maine licensed clinical social worker!

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Nedda Gilbert

Ms. Gilbert is a certified social worker and 30 year educational consultant with an interest in helping college-bound and graduate school students manage the process and stress of admissions effectively. She is one of the senior founding managers of the Princeton Review Test Preparation Company, and the author of The Princeton Review Guide to the Best Business Schools and another book, Business School Essays that Made a Difference (Random House). She is a guest contributor to Forbes Magazine on college and college life. Ms. Gilbert is also certified as a collaborative family law professional in New Jersey. She received her BA from the University of Pennsylvania and MS from Columbia University.