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Let’s build on the Wisconsin 2018 election results and help move Wisconsin forward again! Come to NASW WI’s 2019 Advocacy Day on Wednesday, April 10 at the Madison Masonic Center!  Speak to your State Senator and Representative about gun violence prevention legislation, the Child Victim’s Act, the State Budget, the Caseload Size/Supervisory Ratio Bill and […]

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2019 Winter Webinar Series Self Study Courses

2019 Winter Webinar Series Self Study Available Now!

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March is Social Work Month!

Save the Dates – 2019 March is Social Work Month Celebrations

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2019 NASW WI Advocacy Day

Registration is now open!

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2019 Annual Conference

2019 45th Annual Conference – October 23rd-October 25th

CE Program Approval

NASW WI Meets Your CE Approval Needs

NASW WI is authorized to approve CE programs relevant to the professional practice of social work.


2019 NASW WI BSW/MSW Exam Prep Workshop and Webinar

April 3rd, 2019 6-9 pm Webinar
April 4th, 2019 Workshop – Madison, WI

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    2019 Spring WI Social Worker Newsletter

    The NASW-WI 2019 Spring WI Social Worker Newsletter is here! Inside we have articles and information including:   NASW WI Leadership Meets with Governor’s Staff During Polar Vortex NASW WI Invited to Governor’s Budget Address and Residence NASW WI Leads Efforts on Red Flag Legislation NASW WI Meets […]

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From the President
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    Top Ten To-Do List for Wisconsin Social Workers in 2019

     By Kristi Wood, MSW, APSW   Yes, I know. You are reading this months after you made your New Year’s resolutions. But considering that the average rate of following through is 20%, it is never too late to make a revised list. I am still working […]

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