The symposium features contributions from a diverse body of justice-oriented persons such as social workers, attorneys, law enforcement officers, advocates, educators, researchers, students, and others with direct industry experience seeking to collaboratively advance the field of forensic social work.
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Develop your ever-evolving social work leadership skills by participating in the 2023 Virtual NASW Leadership Summit.
Whether you’re a new professional or an experienced social worker, this exciting opportunity will host leaders from the social work community to share their expertise. The Summit will cover topics such as leadership development, diversity, equity and inclusion, social media tips and tricks, mentorship, and more to help you hone your skills as a leader in the field.
Stay tuned for registration information.
This workshop will examine changes to the Code of Ethics and ask critical questions about our identity as a profession. In what ways do our current professional values and ethical mandates create conflicts with our profession’s historical commitments to be agents of social change?
NASW North Carolina and NASW South Carolina
Join us as we examine trauma responses in children and adults after mass violence, explore the impact of violence on Communities of Color, dive into lessons learned from school shootings, and develop our resilience as we navigate the epidemic of gun violence in our nation.
What Social Work Borrowers Need to Know | NASW Student Series
This webinar will to provide up-to-date information on student loan forgiveness and repayment options, presented by our partner SAVI.
All are invited to learn how you can lower your student loan payments and possibly qualify to have part of your student debt forgiven.
This event is FREE but registration is required.
Register for "The Changing Landscape of Student Loan Repayment"