You have concerns about a social work colleague's conduct. What are your ethical obligations? What is the best way to proceed? Reporting to the National Association of Social Workers is one option. Is it warranted, and what does it entail? Read more


Ingredients for a successful social work career include presenting yourself as a social worker, planning for licensure, having a self-care plan, and joining your professional association. Read more

Social Work Month Project 2019

It's THAT time of year again. March is Social Work Month, and The New Social Worker invites you to spend it with us. And I want to THANK you for all you do. Follow us all month (March 2019) to see what we have in store. Read more

Social Work Month Project 2019

Kathryn Conley Wehrmann, NASW president, presents a list of "maybes" for social workers during Social Work Month. Read more

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NASW To Celebrate 60th Anniversary With Live-Streamed Forum on Ethics, Family Well Being, and Equity

The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) celebrates its 60th year with an anniversary forum on October 23 that brings together leaders of the profession. New NASW Social Work Pioneers and Excellence in Ethics honorees will be recognized. Read more

Social Work News

The Excitement of Advocacy - A Student's View of Legislative Advocacy Day in PA

Watch a PA-NASW advocacy day video. "I would encourage any social worker with interest in policy to get involved in advocacy, even in the form of writing a letter to your legislator. I think you may be excited to see how powerful advocacy can be!" Read more

Social Work News

NASW president Darrell Wheeler's Social Work Month message urges social workers not to "rest on past laurels – there is so much yet to do, and we cannot afford to lose precious gains already made." Read more

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