Trading Sex and Sexual Exploitation among High School Students: Data from the 2019 Minnesota Student Survey

This is the first population-based prevalence estimate of high school students who report trading sex for something of value (including trafficking of minors for sexual exploitation). Trading sex presents many harms to young people. In 2019, the Minnesota Student Survey – a tri-annual census of young people in Minnesota’s schools – included a new question for 9th and 11th graders:

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Native Pathways Guidebook

A Career Readiness Guidebook This culturally-relevant guide was created to help Native students prepare for, and successfully navigate, the diverse landscape of job opportunities and sectors of work. Including contributions from Native graduates, professionals and artists, Career Pathways explores best practices and opportunities in and familiar and accessible way. CLICK HERE to view the guidebook.

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Work and Wellbeing: A Job Guide for People with Mental Health Conditions

For those diagnosed with mental health disorders, employment can be an essential part of ongoing recovery. As with all professionals, people with mental health challenges can find purpose, productivity and consistency in a good job. Moreover, employment offers more tangible advantages: steady work empowers financial independence, while employer-based insurance can ease access to care. For reasons that are […]

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Social Work Education Guides

Overall, there are 1,356 colleges and universities that offer a social work degree at all levels. The most popular degree is the Bachelors of Social Work, with 774 total programs. There are 327 Master of Social Work degrees, 176 Associate of Social Work programs. There are also numerous Doctoral level (DSW and Ph.D.) programs, which are terminal social work degrees, offered at schools across the United States.

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