Deadline: February 15, 2015
We are seeking submissions from social work practitioners, educators, and students for Social Work Month 2015. Please consider submitting your work for The New Social Worker magazine's online Social Work Month Series and Talent Show.
What are we looking for? We are looking for writing and other creative work/talent relating to such topics as: Social Work Month, why you became a social worker (or want to), what you love about social work, what social work means to you, what you see as an important issue for all social workers to think about, or otherwise celebrating the profession. Submissions may be in the form of:
- Other creative work
You may submit written or recorded work (i.e. YouTube, SoundCloud). When you send your submission, please put in the e-mail subject line "Submission: Social Work Month 2015" and the topic and type of submission. Also, in the e-mail, state what you are submitting, your name, and your social work credentials. If you are submitting a recording, please include text to accompany the recording (e.g., a short paragraph to be published with a video or song). Please include a 1-sentence bio at the end of your submission and (optionally) a photo of yourself for publication with your work.
Also, please include the statement, "I grant The New Social Worker/White Hat Communications permission to publish this submission on its websites and/or in its publications."
Please e-mail your submission to Linda Grobman no later than February 15, 2015.
Want to see examples? Check out last year's Social Work Month series.