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Oct 13, 2012

Featured: NASW meeting on maternal and child health practice and leadership; NASW West Virginia Chapter.

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Oct 12, 2012

A social worker in Congress announced she will lead the next Social Work Caucus after its founder and chairman, U.S. Rep. Edolphus “Ed” Towns, D-N.Y., retires this year.

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Oct 10, 2012

First in the series is “NASW Salary Guidelines,” offering social workers a guide that lists suggested annual salary ranges in the social work field as it relates to years of experience and education.

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Oct 09, 2012

Smith said she knew then that she wanted to make a difference, and that early recognition led her to her current position as head of the NASW Ohio Chapter. At 25, Smith is NASW’s youngest chapter executive director nationwide.

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Sep 14, 2012

NASW leaders joined social workers from around the world at the Joint World Conference of Social Work and Social Development, held in July in Stockholm.

 

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Sep 13, 2012

As a member of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, which represents a coalition of more than 200 national organizations advocating for social justice and human rights, NASW strongly supports the law’s reauthorization.

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Sep 12, 2012

Social workers featured in the national news: Paula Taylor, Stephen Gorin, and The Council on Social Work Education.

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Sep 09, 2012

Subjects: Veterans’ training initiative discriminates against some; Not all social workers endorse President Obama; Learning police officers’ jobs helps with therapy; Fulbright article highlights global aspect of social work.

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Sep 08, 2012

NASW has pledged to help educate all social workers about the issues related to the culture and care of U.S. troops as part of Joining Forces, Biden said, an initiative that she and first lady Michelle Obama started last year.

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Sep 06, 2012

Actions on: Finances, NASW Assurance Services Inc., and Governance.

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