Why Should I vote? NASW-SC asks--and answers--the question.
Check out our new video here.
NASW-SC Chapter was awarded a Ruth Fizdale Chapter Research
Grant from the NASW to study the Perceptions of Social Worker Safety in South Carolina. This survey is completely voluntary. Your participation is confidential. The information you provide will be used to inform future recommendations and to provide information and guidance as NASWSC advocates for the safety of social workers practicing in South Carolina.
You can access survey HERE.
Theme announced for next year's Social Work month.
Social Work: Paving the Way for Change.
Check our "SC SW Jobs" tab under Career Center for latest employment opportunities.
Part time LISW needed! Ideal for retiree or semi-retired social worker. For more info go to the Career Center Tab and click on Current SC Jobs.
Help Wanted: Social Worker/Home Visitor
Our client is a top service provider located in Orangeburg, SC that is currently seeking highly motivated, experienced SOCIAL WORKERS to serve Barnwell and Orangeburg counties. This position is a part of a Federally Funded and State Grant Program to assist local residents. Excellent benefits and great opportunities for continued professional development.
Forward resume including salary expectations to:
Social Worker Opening
Monday July 14, 2014
PO Box 2889
Orangeburg, SC 29116
Governor Haley proclaims March, 2014 as Professional Social Worker month. You can read the proclamation here.
We had a wonderfully successful conference! Didn't make it? Want to see what you missed? Go here.
Please consider supporting the proposed Voting Rights Amendment. Let your US Congressman know that this proposed bi-partisan bill is RIGHT for SC. More info here.
Single Payer and Health Care Reform Program, Wed, July 30 A program sponsored by Health Care for All-SC (state chapter for Physicians for a National Health Program), University of South Carolina School of Medicine, and Palmetto Health Richland Hospital, Columbia, SC Mitchell Auditorium
Speaker: Dr. Ed Weisbart is a family physician who practiced at Rush Medical Center in Chicago for 20 years before moving so St. Louis in 2003 to become chief medical officer at Express Scripts, a Fortune 100 Company
Is Medicaid Expansion right for South Carolina? Coverage of the Enough is Enough Rally and exploration into this issue by PBS Newshour: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/in-a-state-without-medicaid-expansion-uninsured-south-carolinians-mind-the-gap/
Hospital Association video:
Why join NASW-SC?
If you are a social worker, retired social worker, or social work student, we’d love to have you as part of our membership. And if you want to be more involved, contact the chapter to learn about volunteer opportunities. Our chapter is successful because of members like you!
*Nature photos in banner courtesy of photographer Steve Walker