NASW WI has many exciting and diverse opportunities for volunteer involvement.
We have board positions, branch steering committees, board committees, specialized task forces, a caucus, and various networks that can appeal to different special interests in the membership. One of the exciting things about NASW WI is that new special interest groups, task forces, caucuses or networks can be formed if there is enough interest from membership. A majority of our committees function via toll-free conference calls.
Volunteer involvement with NASW WI is a great way to meet other practitioners, develop leadership skills, make important professional and career contacts, and work cooperatively to change social policy on a state or national level.
A sampling of our current list includes: