Social Work Student Evaluation


Social work student evaluation is a method through which a social work committee or an organization is able to evaluate the performance of a social work student or volunteer on the basis of his/her efforts, performance, amount of work done and time given to a cause.

Any such evaluation helps the social work group or committee know about the worthiness and suitability of the social work student for the cause and whether or not he/she is performing up to expectation. A sample of one such social work student evaluation has been provided below for the reference of all.

Sample Social Work Student Evaluation

The following is the Social work student Evaluation of Miss. Jenny Jackson

Social Work Committee Name: Simons blind Students initiative

Address of the Base: A-90, Darwin road, London

Evaluation Conducted by: Paul McDonalds

Purpose: To assess the performance and efforts of Miss Jenny Jackson for a period of the last 6 months.

Kindly answer all the following given questions to help us analyze the performance of the social work student

1. Has Jenny Jackson shown enthusiasm towards helping out blind students?

  • Yes, always
  • Yes, mostly
  • Not so much
  • no

2. According to you, is Jenny Jackson successful in providing care, support and help to the blind students?

  • Yes, always
  • Yes, mostly
  • no

3. In your opinion, does Jenny Jackson show full involvement with the cause and bring new ideas to the table?

  • Yes
  • Not so much
  • No, she is quite uninvolved

4.  Does your blind students respond well to Jenny Jackson and get help from her efforts?

  • Yes
  • No
  • Not sure

5. Should Jenny Jackson continue as a social work student or must she be promoted?

  • She should continue as a student for another 6 months
  • She is prepared to be promoted

Category: Student Evaluation

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