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Special Events

  • Nov 29

    Annual Awards Dinner

    SAVE THE DATE!  Annual Awards Dinner, November 29, 2018!  We are pleased to announce this year’s honorees:

    Lifetime Achievement Award:  Nelly Rojas Schwan, PhD, LCSW, ACSW

    Social Worker of the Year:  Deborah Ingalls, LCSW

    Educator of the Year:  Catherine Medina, PhD, M.Phil, LCSW, ACSW

    MSW Student of the Year:  Kathleen Callahan, BS

    BSW Student of the Year:  Annastacia Burns

    Public Citizen of the Year:  Betty Gallo

    Legislator of the Year:  Senator Richard Blumenthal

    Click here for tickets!

  • May 3

    34th Annual Conference May 3, 2019

    NASW/CT’s 34th Annual Conference will be on May 3, 2019 at the Radisson Hotel in Cromwell, CT.

    Call for Proposals Information and Guidelines:  Call for Proposals May 2019

    The Proposal Form is available here: Proposal Form for May 2019

    Sponsor & Exhibitor Invitation:  Sponsor Invitation 2019

    Sponsor & Exhibitor Pay Online:  click here

Latest News

NASW Opposes Kavanaugh Nomination to High Court

NASW has announced its opposition to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. NASW reviewed Judge Kavanaugh’s decisions on the Appeals Court and have found his opposition to women’s reproductive rights, gun control, the Affordable Health Care Act (ACA), consumer rights and his favoring of big corporations over the average American, makes him unsuitable for a lifetime […]

Social Work Jobs Threatened

NASW/CT protests the Farmington Public Schools move to replace school social workers with school psychologists. Farmington Public Schools used 2 vacancies for school social workers to be filled by school psychologists.  The Chapter has written to the Farmington Schools Superintendent and the Board of Education, calling for a halt on the policy of replacing school […]

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