Upcoming Events


  • 2021 NASW National Virtual Conference - Early Bird Pricing Ends This Week!

    Registration is open for the 2021 NASW National Virtual Conference June 22-24. Early bird discounts end May 15. Join more than 2,000 social work colleagues and participate virtually from your office, your home, or even a mobile device. Earn up to 35 CEs (live and on-demand) and come ... More
  • Social Work Speaks Call for Authors - Apply by May 10

    NASW invites professional social workers to participate in the development of the 13th edition of Social Work Speaks. We plan to revise 23 policy statements over the next 3 years. Ideal candidates will include social work practitioners and faculty who have practice experience and expertise ... More
  • Social Work Month Resolution Introduced

    Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) and Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA-13), both social workers, introduced a Social Work Month Resolution (Senate Res. 115 and House Res. 236) on March 16, 2021 to promote the goals and ideals of Social Work Month and World Social Work Day. More
  • NASW Foundation MSW Scholarship Awards

    The NASW Foundation is accepting applications for the Gosnell and Lyons Memorial MSW scholarships to help provide financial resources to social work students pursuing a variety of social work specialties. Apply online. Applications accepted through Thursday, ... More
  • Happy Social Work Month! Find Resources & Gear in the Online Toolkit

    Social Work Month is a time to celebrate the great profession of social work. The theme for Social Work Month 2021 is Social Workers Are Essential. Explore NASW's online toolkit for the following Social Work Month 2021 resources: Proclamation Theme Rationale Promotional ... More
  • NASW Invites Support of Social Work Faculty for Letter On Student Debt Cancellation

    The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is inviting support from the academic community to join a sign-on letter from over 300 academics urging President Biden to use his executive authority to cancel student debt.  The letter from 52 initial signers ... More