Lecturer in Human Services
Jordan Fox-Kemper is a licensed clinical social worker (LICSW). Her areas of specialization include sexual violence, domestic violence and women’s health.
Jordan has supervisory, teaching and clinical experience at many nonprofit organizations and universities, including the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston, Boston Area Rape Crisis Center, Health Imperatives, the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work, and Brown University. She serves on the advisory board of the Resilient Sisterhood Project, which seeks to address reproductive health disparities for women of African descent.
MSW, 1998, Boston College
BA, 1994, Reed College
310B Renaissance Park
360 Huntington Avenue,
Boston, MA 02115
By appointment only
Human Services Internship
Requires students to fulfill one internship placement during the last two years of the program. Consists of required field site hours and varies according to the students’ interests. Examples of placement sites include community centers, nursing homes, vocational workshops, state and federal agencies for children, and recreational facilities. Experiences are supervised by internship supervisor to maximize the student’s learning opportunities. Fulfills the experiential education requirement.
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