Become a Continuing Education Presenter NASW-NYS is releasing this Request for Proposals (RFP) to invite social workers to develop and present a workshop for our continuing education program. In order to meet the needs of our members we offer a variety of avenue’s for engagement – both for participants and for presenters, we offer online live … Continue reading Open Call for Presenters and Proposals!
Dear NASW-NYS Members, We need your help! As you may know, NASW-NYS has been a part of the Veterans Mental Health Training Initiative (VMHTI) for nearly a decade but, this year, our funding is on the chopping block! This program allows us to provide webinars and in-person trainings specific to working with veteran populations, an ever-growing … Continue reading ACTION ALERT: Help save the Veterans Mental Health Training Initiative from being cut from the state budget!
We are thrilled to announce our brand new continuing education platform: the NASW-NYS Learning Center. NASW-NYS know that you, as a social worker, are at the heart of your career. You’re a person in your own environment, which includes your personal life, your professional career, and your social work practice. We believe our new name, … Continue reading Announcing: NASW-NYS Learning Center
The Problem Gambling Training Partnership will hold THREE regional events this year! May 8 – 9, 2018 @ SUNY New Paltz 1 Hawk Drive New Paltz, NY July 12 – 13, 2018 @ New York City Bar Association 42 West 44th Street, New York, NY November 28-29, 2018 @ Syracuse University College of Law 950 … Continue reading The 2018 PGTP Conferences are set! (FREE training)
NASW-NYS is proud to partner with the Medicare Rights Center to bring you the most up to date information about Medicare with Medicare Pro, a self-study program designed to teach you everything you need to know about Medicare. Visit https://naswwa.inreachce.com/ to sign up! For instance, did you know: There are two distinct ways for … Continue reading Become a Medicare Pro! (Self-study Program)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACTS: Jaime Costello, NYCPG, 518.852.7107, JCostello@NYProblemGambling.org Kania Ponto, NASW-NYS, 518.463.4741 ext. 22, KPonto.firstname.lastname@example.org Problem Gambling Training Partnership Announces Third Conference Cycle Training Free conference aimed at counseling professionals to kick off in May ALBANY, NY – In recognition of Problem Gambling Awareness Month, the Problem Gambling Training Partnership (PGTP) is … Continue reading FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Problem Gambling Training Partnership Announces Third Conference Cycle Training