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SSWAA Webinar: “The Art of Advocacy for School Social Workers"
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SSWAA Webinar: “The Art of Advocacy for School Social Workers

Part of the 2016-2017 SSWAA Webinar Series

When: February 20, 2017
11:30 AM Central Standard
Where: United States
Contact: Rebecca Kunkel Oliver

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February 20, 2017, 11:00 - 12:30 PM CST

Presented by:  Christy McCoy, SSWAA Secretary and Legislative Chair

As leaders of our profession, this webinar aims to empower you to find your advocacy comfort level and to reach beyond it. During this presentation, school social workers will explore the necessity and professional value of macro level advocacy. In addition, members will receive tools to increase their knowledge about how to be an effective advocate for the children and families each of you serve whether at the district, county, state or national level. Finally, participants will develop an action plan to implement during this school year to educate community, state, regional and national leaders about the social, emotional, physical and cognitive barriers that impact a child’s academic attainment as well as the vital role that school social workers play as the mental health professionals on the educational team in reducing or eliminating the impact of those barriers. 


The School Social Work Association of America (SSWAA) is pleased to offer a webinar series on research topics related to school social work.   Please note that all webinars are being recorded and will be available even if you are not able to attend during the actual webinar event.

Member rate for individual Webinars will be $25 (1.5 CEUs per Webinar) or a Package of 5 Webinars for $100. 

Non-Member Rate for individual Webinars will be $40 and $160 for a Package of 5 Webinars.    

(If you prefer to pay for the whole Package of Five (5) Webinars instead, you can access more information   or  register here. )

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