Ethnicity & Race Professional Development

Asian Pacific Islander America in Crisis: Forgotten Histories and Violent Otherings

NASW Wisconsin Chapter

Mar 02, 2022

Asian Americans across the United States face direct physical violence and threats. Unfairly blamed for the COVID pandemic, Asian Americans have borne the brunt of fear, insecurity, and hatred. This presentation examines the shape of these events and locates them within the context of Asian American history.


2020 Virtual Forum Series: Advancing Racial Equity

Sep 29, 2020

The 2020 Virtual Forum Series will take place over a 5-week span beginning September 29, 2020. Each day will cover a different topic, provide attendees the opportunity to earn a total of 15 live CEs, include access to the Virtual NASW/NASW Foundation Awards Program, and access to Forum Series Session recordings to review and refresh your knowledge.


Chapter Activities for Racial Justice

Jul 01, 2020

Around the country, NASW chapters are organizing for racial justice. Find opportunities to get involved, including continuing education on eradicating racism.


An Hour With Private Practice: Questions & Answers

Jan 04, 2019

NASW members, join your colleagues and NASW staff for a free question and answer session, held every third Wednesday of the month from January through November, from noon to 1 pm ET.


Credentials & Certifications

Being a credentialed social worker makes all the difference. Social workers who want recognition for their professional achievements and who want to unlock new career paths come to NASW for their credentials.


Specialty Practice Sections


Specialty Practice Sections offer the opportunity for professional development through live practice-specific teleconferences, newsletters, continuing education credits and more.


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