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Hundreds participate in NASW’s virtual career fair

By Rena Malai, News staff About 1,400 social work job seekers across the U.S. signed up for NASW’s first virtual career fair in May. Virtual interviews were conducted for social work positions in a variety of areas, including behavioral health, medical, case management, and therapy. About 24 employers — such as Kaiser Permanente, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, United ... Read More »

Pioneers launch ’60 for 60′ campaign

By Rena Malai, News staff This year marks NASW’s 60th anniversary, and the NASW Foundation has announced the “60 for 60” fundraising campaign in recognition of the milestone. The campaign honors NASW’s accomplishments over the last 60 years and promotes the social work profession’s contributions to bring major positive changes in American society. Social workers advocated for the creation of ... Read More »

Upcoming Specialty Practice Sections Webinars

Exclusively for Specialty Practice Sections Members April 20 Transformative Leadership and Women: Courage and Hope for the Profession (1 CE Credit Offered) This webinar will examine the challenges and opportunities that impact  women’s leadership in social work. Presenters: Cheap Jerseys free shipping Saundra Starks, ED,D, LCSW Jacqueline Durham, MSW, LCSW Tricia Bent-Goodley,PhD, MSW, LICSW April  28 The  Supportive School Discipline Initiative: Dismantling ... Read More »

NASW supports bill to help homeless students

By Paul R. Pace, News staff Cynthia Fernan came to Capitol Hill on a chilly January morning and informed federal lawmakers that she is an employed 19-year-old student from the Focus Learning Academy Southwest in Columbus, Ohio. “I am also a couch surfer,” she said. Fernan is homeless and has been for a few years. She relies on social media ... Read More »

Tanzania meeting focuses on combatting poverty

By Rena Malai, News staff NASW — as part of the ongoing relationship with the Tanzania Social Workers Association, or TASWO —  was invited to TASWO’s annual meeting in October, held in Dar es Salaam. The meeting focused on the issues surrounding poverty in Tanzania, and the role social work plays. NASW CEO Angelo McClain and NASW President Darrell Wheeler ... Read More »

Law firm to help NASW strengthen government relations strategies

By Paul R. Pace, News staff NASW is strengthening its government relations strategies for the 114th Congress by teaming up with an award-winning, full-service government relations law firm that prides itself on strong bipartisan relationships in the executive and legislative branches. The association is working with Polsinelli law firm to energize social work’s policy muscle throughout the U.S., said Heidi ... Read More »

NASW Contributes to Development of Eldercaring Coordination Guidelines; Social Workers Sought for Participation in Pilot Projects

Posted January 2, 2015 NASW is pleased to announce the release of guidelines for eldercaring coordination, developed by the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) Task Force on Eldercaring Coordination. NASW was one of 20 national organizations from the United States and Canada to participate in the task force. The ACR now seeks pilot sites and professionals of various disciplines, including ... Read More »

NASW Expanding Ethics Consultation Days and Hours

Due to increased demand the National Association of Social Workers is extending its ethics consultation days and hours beginning January 5, 2015. NASW’s Office of Ethics and Professional Review answers member’s questions on a variety of ethical issues. Questions can range from “Am I required to provide my client access to their records” to “Under what circumstances am I required ... Read More »

NASW chapters continue to urge Medicaid expansion

By Paul R. Pace, News staff NASW chapters continue to pressure state lawmakers about the need to adopt the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion provision. At press time, 26 states and the District of Columbia are implementing ACA’s Medicaid expansion, which opens Medicaid services to millions of people by expanding eligibility to adults under age 65 with incomes at or ... Read More »