BIPOC Student Leadership and Practitioner Program

The purpose of the NASW-WI BIPOC Student & Practitioner Program is to support BIPOC social work students and practitioners in participation in leadership and career development opportunities inside and outside of NASW. This fund will help diversify NASW-WI’s membership and the social work profession in Wisconsin.

The BIPOC Student and Practitioner Series: These are quarterly workshops with topics of interest to BIPOC individuals. You can learn more about these workshops by staying in touch with us on social media or visiting our events page.

The BIPOC Student Leadership Program: The purpose is to provide an opportunity for BIPOC social work students to become members of NASW-WI, learn leadership skills, have a mentor, and begin taking leadership roles within NASW-WI. To increase diversity in NASW-WI’s membership, up to ten BIPOC students will have their NASW membership paid for one year. NASW-WI is the state chapter of the National Association of Social Workers. You can learn more about the program by reviewing the application.

NASW-WI BIPOC Student Leadership Program Application

NASW-WI BIPOC Student Leadership Program Reference Form

Applications are Due Dec. 1st, 2024, 

If you have any questions, please contact our Membership and Communications Coordinator, Nadir Carlson, via email a ncarlson.naswwi@socialworkers.org

Leadership Development Opportunities: NASW-WI Members can apply for funds to attend continuing education program, professional development opportunities or to join a civic or community group. More details about this opportunity will be provided as funds become available.

Donate:

Your support will provide BIPOC students and practitioners with funding to increase their leadership and social work skills. This fund will directly support NASW-WI s mission to support all social work practitioners in their mission to serve and strengthen relationships within diverse populations; to promote social justice; and to enhance the dignity and worth of all people in the State of Wisconsin through the promotion of quality practice, competent practitioners, integrity and unity of the social work profession.

Thank you for your support. If you have any questions please contact our Membership and Communications Coordinator Nadir Carlson via email at ncarlson.naswwi@socialworkers.org or by calling 608-257-6334