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Continuing Education (CE) Coordinator (Part-Time)

NASW is seeking a part-time Continuing Education Coordinator for the New York State Chapter. 

The Continuing Education (CE) Coordinator is responsible for supporting NASW-NYS by identifying, vetting, and overseeing all aspects of its continuing education programming. NASW-NYS currently offers more than 120 programs per year, including webinars and in-person events.

NASW-NYS also hosts an annual conference and six to eight large, grant-funded, regional conferences each year.

The CE Coordinator works closely with the Executive Director, other staff (including another part-time CE Coordinator), and Chapter leaders in all phases of planning and implementing the CE offerings, as well as facilitating on-going contact with educators and trainers and the social workers who will participate in the programs.

(Download the job description)

How to Apply: Individuals interested in applying for this position should submit a cover letter, résumé, and writing sample (10-page max) to

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.



Volunteer Opportunities

NASW-NYS volunteers provide invaluable support to the organization. We have several types of volunteer positions available,  and we also provide opportunities for undergraduate and graduate level internships. We thank all our volunteers for choosing to dedicate their time and talents to our organization.

For more information on volunteer opportunities, please contact NASW-NYS Executive Director Samantha Howell at


Volunteer Archivist

NASW-NYS is seeking a volunteer to help us put our exciting and storied past together for posterity.

The volunteer will sort through past newsletters and articles, identify and document past leadership, develop a filing system for maintenance of documents/records, and assist in the development of storyboards or other media by which to share the story of NASW-NYS.

The ideal candidate will be located in or near Albany and able to work at least ten hours a week in our office. Many of our records are in storage, so the volunteer will need to be able and comfortable climbing stairs, using a scanner and computer, and highly organized.


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