2021 Continuing Education Offerings

Advocacy Day 2025 Roll Out

October 14th, from Noon - 1 PM Via Zoom

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This event will provide a preview of Advocacy Day, occurring on April 9th, 2024. It will review the topics being discussed and provide a breakdown of the day. Presented by NASW-WI Interns & Executive Director Marc Herstand (He/Him/His)



To Participate, please REGISTER.

Fall Member Forum

September 11th, from Noon - 1 PM Via Zoom

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NASW-WI’s Membership Forums are an opportunity for you, our members, to hear an update on NASW-WI activities and provide NASW-WI feedback on the most pressing issues or concerns in your practice. We want to hear from you!

NASW-WI Executive Director Marc Herstand will be at the forum to answer your questions and provide an update on NASW’s advocacy for the profession and on behalf of social justice issues. 

To Participate, please REGISTER.

NASW Student Series: We Are All Macro Social Workers

September 19th, 2024 (Live, Virtual)

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Presented by Kristi Wood, MSW, CAPSW (She/Her/Hers) 

Lecturer II, Faculty Field Liaison

Social Work Department, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

Do you want to get more involved in advocacy efforts, but worry that you don’t have the time? Curious about leadership opportunities, but are not sure where to start? Being a board member, serving on a legislative committee, and contacting your legislators are exciting experiences that take less time than you may think. This student series event will break down some of the barriers to macro level careers and volunteer opportunities. Come share your experiences and learn from longtime NASW volunteer and elected leader, Kristi Wood, MSW, CAPSW, about her journey and advice to the next generation of social workers. Free for all to attend!

Price: Free


NASW Student Series: Ethics & Boundaries as a Social Work Student: How to Handle Sticky Situations

December 19th, 2024 (Live, Virtual)

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Presented by Debra Minsky-Kelly, LCSW (She/Her/Hers) 

Director, Field Education; Clinical Assistant Professor of Social Work

Carthage College

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Social work students face many ethical dilemmas, from complex supervisor-supervisee relationships to understanding client needs to balancing the time spent in school, work, and during your internship. This workshop will discuss how the NASW Code of Ethics is connected to the social work student experience and provide the tools and resources to navigate difficult situations.

Price: Free



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