Voting and the 2022 Election: How Social Work Students Can Make an Impact
In partnership with NASW National
September 15, 2022
5:00-6:30 pm CST
Get ready for the 2022 elections! Social workers understand from long experience that the key obstacles to social welfare are structural and systemic, enacted through social and economic policy. You see the results of problematic policies every day. They recognize that policies must change. One key route to better policy is through better government, which mean electing the right leaders. This NASW student series webinar will empower social work students and professionals on how to activate their communities, agencies, and clients towards the November elections and turn out the vote across the United States. Learn how to get involved, strategies for engagement, and efforts going on across the country.
Free for all! (There are no CEs offered for this event)
- Angela Athena Stadelman. BSW Campus Organizer, UW-Milwaukee.
- Kristina Whiton-O’Brien, MSW, LICSW is the Partnerships Director at Vot-ER.
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