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Event date: 6/9/2022 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM Export event
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Clinical Job Hunting: Where to Begin

In Partnership with NASW National

Clinical Job Hunting: Where to Begin
Thursday, June 9, 2022
5:00-6:30 pm CST

NASW Social Work Student Series. YOU ARE INVITED!

You’ve chosen social work, a profession dedicated to improving lives. As you begin your social work journey, know that NASW is here for you. There are over 130,000 students in social work programs across the United States and we want to help connect you to as many of your future colleagues as possible. NASW invites ALL social work students and recent graduates to our monthly national student-focused series, which aims to enhance your skill set, explore critical conversations and advocacy within the profession, and connect you with colleagues from across the country.

Our June 2022 webinar will focus on preparing new social workers to find clinical jobs in 2022. During the session attendees will explore:

  • How to build your networking during your social work education
  • Where to look for your dream job
  • How the clinical job market has changed since COVID began
  • What new social workers should be looking for in a benefit package
  • Tips on getting hired

Please bring your questions and resources to share.

Free for all to attend!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER for "Clinical Job Hunting: Where to Begin"


Melissa Grudinski, LICSW, MLADC, is a 2016 MSW graduate from the University of New Hampshire. She is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Drug & Alcohol Counselor in New Hampshire. She works as the Director of Clinical Services at PCS Counseling, a non-profit outpatient mental health center. In her position, Melissa works both in a clinical and administrative capacity, seeing a diverse caseload of adult and adolescent clients and supervising a staff of 21 clinicians.

Lynn Stanley, LICSW is the Executive Director of NASW NH. She has clinical experience and a strong macro social work background. She spent fourteen years with Casey Family Services: first as a clinical case manager, then providing technical assistance to foster/ adoptive parent associations, and the last six years as the Team Leader for Casey’s school-based Franklin Family Resource Center. Lynn was the Lead for the NH Afterschool Network, working to increase out of school learning opportunities for youth and closing the opportunity gap for lower income youth. She is adjunct faculty/teaching lecturer in the Social Work Department at the University of New Hampshire. Lynn earned her BA from New College of Florida and her MSW from the University of New Hampshire.

Learn more about the NASW student series or watch past recordings at

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