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Annual NASW Bylaws Amendment Process Under Way


Proposed bylaws amendments for consideration by the NASW board of directors must be submitted by Sept. 1. Proposed amendments may be submitted by individual members in good standing, including NASW national or chapter executive directors, chapter boards, or national board members; and NASW committees and task forces.

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For information related to the national board amendment submission process, visit Bylaws 2010, or contact Doreta Richards at e-mail or 202-336-8270.

 

Tune in July 13 to the White House Conference on Aging


Tune in to the White House Conference on Aging (WHCoA) at White House Live on July 13. NASW encourages social workers to participate in the event by Twitter and email. Visit White House Conference on Aging for more information, including a discussion guide.

 

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JULY 2015
Vol. 60, No. 7

   
Public article

From the CEO
Wellness requires multifaceted approach
By Angelo McClain, Ph.D., LICSW

Public article

Greener pastures?
Rural social workers face own set of challenges
By social worker Kristin Battista-Frazee, News contributor

Public article

Social Work in the Public Eye

Members-only article

The Board Takes Action
May 2015

Members-only article

U.S. Supreme Court Cases
Rulings will affect ACA, same-sex marriage
By Greg Wright, News Contributor

Members-only article

No Quick Fixes
Reasons complex for Baltimore uprising
By Laetitia Clayton, News Staff

Members-only article

Pioneers launch ‘60 for 60’ campaign
By Rena Malai, News Staff

Members-only article

Women in Congress
Three social workers make ‘most influential’ list
CQ-Roll Call releases book naming 25 most powerful women in Congress
By Rena Malai, News Staff

Members-only article

Mother, daughter earn MSWs together
By Rena Malai, News Staff

Members-only article

Report: LGBT people of color face higher risk of poverty
By Greg Wright, News Contributor

Members-only article

Global Social Service Workforce Alliance Symposium
Panels discuss international workforce support
NASW members and staff present, network, attend
By Rena Malai, News Staff

Members-only article

Hundreds participate in NASW’s virtual career fair
By Rena Malai, News Staff

Members-only article

Profile: Ovita Perez
Guam Chapter focuses on licensing, LGBT issues
One of NASW’s smallest, newest chapters gains recognition at home
By Rena Malai, News Staff

Members-only article

Social Work in Action (PDF)

Members-only article

Member Extra (PDF)

 
 

 

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