NASW New York State
10 a.m. ET
The designation of COVID-19 as an airborne infectious disease that presents a serious risk of harm to the public health under the HERO Act ended. Social workers in private practice, business owners, and employers are no longer required to enforce their workplace exposure prevention plan. What does this really mean in a practice setting?
Student Borrower Protection Center webinar
12 pm ET
Join NASW and the Student Borrower Protection Center for a webinar highlighting updates to the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF)v program, guidance on how to navigate the new process, and get answers to your questions about accessing student debt relief.
Register for "How to Access PSLF"
Curious how social workers can respond to attacks on reproductive justice? Start here. We will explore the concept of self-managed abortion (SMA). The audience will gain an understanding of the role of social workers in relation to SMA, legal issues, and how to help stop the criminalization of our clients for self-managing their own abortion care.
NASW California | Member-only event
3 - 4 pm PT
Join us for a presentation from the Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS). This is the second of three webinars for licensed and pre-licensed professionals to hear information and updates from our CA licensing and regulatory Board.
Harleny Vasquez, Superstart Career Coach, Will Teach You How to Find Your Next Social Work Job
3 - 4:30 pm PT
NASW-CA's Social Work Occupational Council invites you to a free event at which we will be joined by Social Work Career Coach Harleny Vasquez, LMSW, SIFI.