"Social workers bring their passion and commitment to work as they help build stronger communities, families, and individuals. During the interview process be prepared to discuss case studies in which tough decisions need to made as well as what drives you to help others. Employers look for resilient individuals with strong communication skills who bring passion to the job. You will need a bachelor's degree in social work or a related field, and in some cases a state license."
I was given many situational questions. For example, you’ve just removed three children out of your home and your supervisor is asking you to go to another home immediately. Your aunt lives nearby and she loves children, can you drop off the children with her?
The answer is absolutely not. Once the children are in your care you cannot drop them off with anyone else. You should also take into account the ages of the children.