Tag Archives: washington d.c.

Social Workers at Barack Obama’s Inauguration

Millions of people attended the Inauguration of President Barack Obama on January 20th, 2009 in Washington, DC. Are you a social worker who attended in person? Did you watch the ceremony online or on television? Leave a comment below and tell us your thoughts and stories. Read More »

Wash Post Letter to the Editor: “A Noble Calling For Anyone”

Joan Levy Zlotnik’s letter to the editor was published Saturday, Aug 2nd in the Washington Post in response to their July 26th story about Cedric Jennings, who went from Ballou High School in the District to Brown University [“A Success Story With Uncertain New Chapters,” Style]. Joan is the executive director of the Institute for the Advancement of Social Work ... Read More »

Washington Metropolitan Regional Conference on Reentry: Impact on the Professional Frontline Reentry Workforce

Register Now! Please join the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) on December 6th & 7th 2007 at the Washington Metropolitan Regional Conference on Reentry: Impact on the Professional Frontline Reentry Workforce Description: Statement of Purpose To provide relevant and current information of the state of reentry in jurisdictions in and around the Metropolitan Washington, DC area Objectives of the ... Read More »