The FIELD INSTRUCTOR plays an important role in a student’s academic career. Social workers are expected to demonstrate that they have a high level of knowledge and skills through structured field practice. The Field Instructor is responsible for modeling, teaching, and evaluating the social work student’s skills and abilities through observation of their practice in a structured learning practicum. The Field Instructor is also responsible for providing weekly supervision to social work student’s, which helps them connect classroom learning to real life professional social work practice. The Field Instructor’s commitment to teaching and education is paramount for social work student success.