Amplify the power of your PEF membership with NASW-NYS
NASW-NYS offers multiple free networks and resources for all PEF members addressing both the person and the professional with no Chapter membership necessary. Want to get all your CEs for license renewal free? PEF members can get their full NASW-NYS membership reimbursed with the WSR form, receive all CEs for license renewal free PLUS ALL NASW-NYS membership benefits. NASW-NYS is an NYSED approved continuing education provider for social work, LMFT, LMHC, and licensed psychologists.
How can the New York State Chapter support you?
No decision about you, without you.
At the New York State Chapter, our members lead. But, what does that really mean?
There are over 130 members currently participating in New York State Chapter leadership. Your social work peers are actively guiding the Association as Board and Committee members, regional and community leaders, activists and allies in our social and racial justice initiatives, and individuals taking on short and long term special projects. They apply their skills, conduct research, write policy positions, provide valuable perspective, organize events, facilitate crucial discussions, share their experience, and advocate on behalf of their colleagues and clients.
Each of our members play a crucial role in steering our Chapter's future and enhancing the value of the NASW-NYS membership. We invite you to join us, as a member or a leader, as we improve the future of social work together.
So, what are the actual benefits?
We know that as a social worker, you 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. As a NYS Chapter Member you can conveniently access the resources, community, and support you need to do our challenging and complex work. You can also share your knowledge, experiences, and achieve your goals with a state-wide network of social workers.
What do Social Workers do?
We make the world a better place in a million ways, large and small, noticed and unnoticed, every day. The “This is Social Work” campaign aims to spread awareness about the diversity and depth of the social work profession, and unify us in our common pursuit of social justice and well-being for all people.
By highlighting the innumerable ways social workers enhance communities and workplaces, and by showing off the vibrant, dedicated personalities of social workers, the general public will have a broader understanding of who social workers are and what they do.
These interviews consist of compelling stories from social work professionals who empower people at the individual, group and community level. We hope you enjoy these interviews just as much as we loved conducting them.
Click here to see our current list of social work profiles. Do you know a social worker we should interview next? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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- 24From the Ashes; We RISE! | LGBTQ+ Town Hall6:30 PM - 8:00 PMMission: Our mission is to create and develop affirming experiences for LGBTQ+ individuals within the social work community that authentically aligns with the integrity and ethics of social work practice while breaking down and restructuring existing oppressive practices/institutions. What is From the Ashes We RISE? Fr , ...
- 27Racism and Anti-Semitism: The Intersectionality of Jewish and BIPOC Identity9:00 AM - 12:00 PMPresenter(s): Laura Quiros, Ph.D, LMSW NASW-NYS Members: FREE! NASW Other Chapter Members: $60 Non-Members: $75 This workshop is approved for 3.0 continuing education credit hour(s) for licensed social workers, licensed mental health counselors, licensed marriage and family therapists, and licensed psychologists. &nbs , ...
Rising to the Challenge of School Social Work Special Interest Group Meeting | NASW-NYS Special Interest GroupsRising to the Challenge of School Social Work Special Interest Group Meeting | NASW-NYS Special Interest Groups7:00 PM - 8:00 PMSchools play essential roles in every community, and social workers are essential to schools, where our work becomes increasingly challenging. With our unique person-in-the-environment perspective, we tackle mental health diagnoses, the COVID pandemic and many other personal and social issues, while seeking to improve , ...
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