Welcome New Social Workers!
Congratulations to the thousands of social workers graduating from Master of Social Work programs nationwide. Statistics are being compiled for 2022; however, according to the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), more than 25,000 social
Macro Social Workers Gather at the Brown School
Scores of macro practice social workers and students will gather at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis beginning Thursday for the first in-person conference since the Covid-19 pandemic. The four-day Macro United
Democrats’ Communications Problem Is Not Karine Jean-Pierre
The Democratic Party has a long history of poor communications. President Jimmy Carter helped to undermine his chances for reelection by handing Republicans a public relations gift that is enshrined in the Hall of Fame
Youth Mental Health Crisis Worsens
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Fittingly, addressing the mental health needs of children and youth in the United States has become an issue of bipartisan concern. According to the Centers for Disease Control and
If Anyone Can, Karen Bass Can
Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass is a remarkable individual and incredibly talented political social worker. Her gifts and skills were displayed last week when she delivered her first State of the City address marking 100
Strikers Shut Down Rutgers
Dr. Lenna Nepomnyaschy is an associate professor at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and a participant in the current faculty strike at the university. She is a member of the board of directors
Unleashing the Power of Social Work on the Hill
Social workers have a strong cause they’re interested in resolving which makes them ideal to tackle the battle on the Hill. Together with the people in the local community, we can be a part of change that’s needed in the political sphere. They’re more likely to be concerned about the same problems as the community. You decide what views will make the most difference in your community and work on changes in the caucus that will deliver the best results. We compassionately lend a listening ear to our friends and neighbors in Washington, DC. Our social worker initiative is an advocate for real issues and causes that are impacting your local area.