Samantha Musolf is a part of the Trauma Based Behavioral Health Fellowship. She earned my Bachelor of Social Work and Minor in Spanish in May 2014 from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Mich. Musolf's year-long field practicum was with the federally funded Unaccompanied Refugee Minor program at Bethany Christian Services, a family preservation/child welfare organization that is the largest unaccompanied refugee minor resettlement agency in the United States. She also worked as a direct care specialist for Hope Network in its Developmental Adolescent Residential Treatment program.
Samantha Musolf is working toward a Master of Social Work in the Advanced Standing program at Southern Illinois University and expect to graduate in May 2015.
She has high hopes of making a real difference in the lives of many, and the fellowship training will deeply enhance my clinical experience and efforts to serve young people. Musolf has a passion for advocacy and for facilitating positive change. She is honored by this opportunity and can not wait to learn more about how to serve this particular population in the best way possible.