Social Work Celebration

NASW NH Social Work Celebration & Ethics Training 2022

Join us as we celebrate social work month virtually this year on Friday March 25th at 8:30am

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We will still be recognizing our Social Worker of the Year, Citizen of the Year, Legislator of the Year, MSW Student of the Year, BSW Student of the Year from Plymouth State, and BSW Student of the Year from UNH.

We will still have raffles! This year your registration fee ($1 or more) will be one raffle ticket and you have the option to purchase more. You do need to be present to win.


  • Welcome from Carol Sobelson, NH Chapter President
  • Virtual networking
  • Awards Celebration

In the afternoon we will have our (live webinar) ethics workshop:

Living the Code: Exploring the NASW guidelines on cultural competency and self-care with Sheryl Thompson, MSW

In this workshop participants will explore the role that the Code of Ethics plays in governing their work as a social worker. Participants will be taught the differences between Eurocentric, and Afrocentric worldviews and its implications for social work practice. Participants will also engage in activities that honors Indigenous contributions to social work profession and connections to self-care strategies as self-preservation tools. Lastly, participants will be engaged in a call-to-action pledge to embody the values of social work as a way of life, exhibiting the NASW Code of Ethics through holistic practice.

Three Clinical Category A CEUs in Ethics pending approval by NASW NH.

Click here to register separately for this live ethics CEU webinar





Here are some highlights from our virtual 2021 Social Work Celebration!



Our 2020 Social Work Celebration was a great success! Please enjoy a few pictures from the event!

"I love reconnecting with friends and colleagues!"

"Social workers are awesome!"

"I had no idea the NH Chapter was doing so much- thank you!"

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