NLCSW's latest annual report titled New Name, Same Commitment to Excellence details the many activities, accomplishments and milestones that occurred over the course of our 2020-21 fiscal year, most notably our name change from association to college. Read the full report at Who We Are | NLCSW.
Social Work is Essential. The theme for Social Work Month 2021 highlights the essential role that social workers play in the development, management and delivery of health and social programs in our province. All Social Work Month news, events, and more can be accessed at https://nlcsw.ca/social_Work_month_21.
Don't miss out on the next round of available funding. The next application deadline for the NLCSW Professional Development Fund is March 16, 2021. Additional details including funding criteria and application form are available under the funding submenu.
Current active registrants and non-practicing members renewing for the 2021 registration year can do so through MyNLCSW.ca. The administrative deadline to renew is February 15, 2021 (midnight Island time). Additional renewal information and resources are available at https://nlcsw.ca/2021_online_renewal_now_open.
NLCSW's Social Determinants of Health Policy Framework was recently updated. The full document can be accessed by clicking here.
Nominations are currently being accepted for the CASW Distinguished Service Award for NL and the NLCSW Pride in the Profession Award. Detailed information, including nomination deadlines, is available at https://nlcsw.ca/about-us/awards.
As of September 30, 2020, the Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Social Workers (NLASW) will be known as the Newfoundland and Labrador College of Social Workers (NLCSW). Read more about this exciting news at https://nlcsw.ca/new_name_NLCSW.
Looking for a way to give back to the social work profession? A call for nominations for positions on the 2020-2022 NLCSW Board of Directors has been emailed to all NLCSW members. Nominations are being accepted for the following positions: