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Register Now for 2018 NASW National Conference

Shaping tomorrow togetherThe 2018 NASW National Conference is the ultimate gathering of more than 2,000 social workers, like-minded professionals, and social work thought leaders for four days of unparalleled opportunities for professional development, continuing education, and thought-provoking conversations about the most pressing issues facing the social work profession worldwide.

We encourage you to register today and take advantage of attractive early bird rates.

Here are five great reasons why you should consider joining us in Washington, D.C. at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, June 20-23:

  1. Earn 20+ CEUs
  2. Hear renowned keynote speakers
  3. Participate in unique professional development workshops
  4. Engage in the NASW Advocacy Program
  5. Enjoy fulfilling networking opportunities

The 2018 NASW National Conference is a wonderful opportunity to build your social work community. Here is what Lisa Pape, MSW, a federal employee, had to say about the 2016 NASW National Conference:

 “Coming back to the NASW conference is like coming home to me. I have been truly inspired by all of the good work and new ideas discussed at this event and plan to be here for many years to come.”

Please visit the NASW website for more information and to register with attractive Early Bird Rates. Stay tuned for exciting updates about keynote speakers, workshops, special events, and more! For questions, email We hope to see you in Washington in June!


  1. Your opening keynote address is by CNN political comentator. No CEUS should be awarded for this session, due to its political, not clinical, nor practice related.

  2. Do you have a listing of the workshops?

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