Student Foreign Policy Symposium & Networking | Thursday, Oct 14

In recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM), recognized from September 15 to October 15, the Bureau of Global Public Affairs (GPA) has partnered with the Hispanic Employee Council of Foreign Affairs Agencies (HECFAA) to host the Department’s inaugural HHM Student Foreign Policy Symposium. 

When: Thursday, October 14, 2021, from 9:00 AM to 6:30 PM EDT | Zoom

If you are interested in international affairs, foreign policy, or a career as a diplomat this is the symposium for you! After the symposium, there will be an engaging  “After Hours Networking Event” with members of HECFAA, Recruiters, and other Diplomats from the agency from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.

Learn more and register

NASW-NYC Cares Social Work Job Fair

Update from NASW-NYC as of 7/6/21:

Organizations/agencies in attendance:

    • Cayuga Centers
    • CORE Service Groups
    • Acacia Network
    • Karen Horney Clinic
    • Mount Sinai Hospital
    • Bridging Access to Care
    • A Home Within
    • Nido de Esperanza
    • Greenwich House, Inc.
    • Partnership with Children
    • Restore NYC
    • New York Psychotherapy and Counseling Center
    • Hunter College Liberty Partnerships Program
    • RAIN, Inc.
    • Vibrant Emotional Health
    • Henry Street Settlement
    • Outreach Development Corporation
    • VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired
    • CAMBA
    • Tribeca Therapy
    • Revcore Recovery Center of Manhattan LLC
    • The Jewish Board
    • Center for Court Innovation
    • Visiting Nurse Service of New York

Register here

For more information, go to: https://www.naswnyc.org/page/CARESEvents

Questions regarding this event should be emailed to [email protected]

Social Justice Changemakers: Employer Panel + Networking Event | May 4

Meet representatives from Color of Change, Vera Institute of Justice, and New York Immigration Coalition about the skills needed to tackle structural and societal inequities on the macro level, empower communities and individuals, and lead large-scale advocacy efforts.
Tuesday, May 4, 2021
1:00 – 2:00 PM (ET)
Register HERE
Panel Guests (click here for bios):
  • Hannah Green ’18, Program Associate at Vera Institute of Justice, The Initiative to End Girls’ Incarceration
  • Samantha Phillips, Director of Talent & Recruitment at Color Of Change
  • Theresa Thanjan ’97, Senior Manager of Member Engagement at New York Immigration Coalition

Mental Health Service Corps Virtual Job Fair | Wednesday, May 26

Mental Health Service Corps (MHSC) is hosting a Virtual Job Fair on Wednesday, May 26, from 12:00 to 1:00 PM ET.

MHSC is a workforce development program of ThriveNYC operating out of NYC Health + Hospitals that aims to build a diverse generation of mental health clinicians, equipped with the skills to integrate behavioral health into a variety of settings.

Attend their fair to learn about their program and opportunities available across 5 boroughs.

Register by May 21

PDF version of virtual job fair flyer

Social Workers Who Run Forum | Tuesday, March 16

Shared by Shanequa Moore, LMSW ’10:

Hear from a panel of social worker candidates who are running for public office in the 2021 election on why it is essential to elect Social workers into public office.

Featuring LMSW Candidates for City Council, Shanequa Moore ’10, Abigail Martin ’06, Ingrid Gomez, and Tricia Shimamura, and Candidate for NYC Mayor, Dianne Morales ’93.

Tuesday, March 16, 2021 at 6:30 PM
Register here

Hosted in partnership with Social Workers in New York City Running for Public Office in Honor of Social Work Month.

NASW-NYC Honors Social Work Month 2021 with Event Series

Shared by the NASW-NYC Chapter:

The NASW-NYC Chapter is proud to announce the first NASW-NYC Social Work Month Series:

Committed to promoting the value and visibility of the social work profession and enhancing the profession’s credibility and influence at state and local levels, the NASW-NYC has designed various events over the course of the month that speak to the scope of social work.

This Social Work Month series is designed to offer opportunities for engagement, networking, learning, and more to social workers across the five boroughs, reminding us all of the essential importance of social workers and exemplifying the 2021 Social Work Month theme of NASW. In the era of COVID-19 and the changes and issues it has brought, this series hopes to encourage and support our NYC social workers.

The series is FREE (unless otherwise indicated) and open to all social workers of all levels and fields, including students.

WEEK ONE of the Social Work Month Series includes L.E.A.D and a FREE CE Opportunity with the NYC Commission on Human Rights worth 2 CE Contact Hours!

Click here to view the full schedule and details and to register.

Questions about the NASW-NYC Social Work Month Series should be directed to [email protected]