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Men in Social Work?
The National Association of Social Workers, North Carolina Chapter presents “The Large and Growing Lack of Men in Social Work, and What Should We Do About It?” at the 2011 Annual Fall Conference.
Workshop participants are in for a unique opportunity to discuss the support of male social workers and allow for networking among men who have chosen a career in social work. All are invited to come share ideas during the networking session on how to focus on recruiting more men into the social work profession and discuss the issues and concerns that are unique to men in a female dominated profession. Your ideas may lead to the development of programs that meet the needs of male social workers.
The Fall Conference is a meeting for the entire Social Work profession. Everyone from the social work student to the Licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice can benefit from the presentation offerings. The Fall Conference is designed to focus on professional development, social worker physical and mental self-care, alternative practices and therapies, as well as issues related to the practice of social work in general.
For more information, please visit our website at http://www.naswnc.org
Contact: Hope Murdock
The North Carolina Chapter is an administrative unit of the National Association of Social Workers which is headquartered in Washington DC. NASW-NC was developed in 1955 and the Chapter currently has 5 staff and over 4,400 members. The Chapter owns office space located in the historic Oakwood neighborhood in downtown Raleigh, within walking distance of our North Carolina General Assembly, legislative and state offices.