APRIL 2018  |  Student eNewsletter
  1. Thanks for Joining Us for LEAD 2018
  2. Student Survey: We Need Your Feedback
  3. NASW Opposes "Citizenship Question" on 2020 Census
  4. MyPlan: Empowering Decisions for a Safe Path Forward
  5. Licensure Prep Sample Questions
  6. Upcoming Licensure Prep Courses

Thanks for Joining us at the Capitol!

Over 700 social work students and professionals attended Legislative Education and Advocacy Day on April 23rd at the State Capitol. Social workers had a huge voice in the Capitol as we advocated for Senate Bills 530 and 65. Several legislators spoke at our rally along with NASW-PA leaders.

We would like to thank everyone who joined us for this year's Legislative Education and Advocacy Day and taking the initiative to advocate for our great profession! #SocialWorkersLead
Student Survey: We Need Your Feedback

As student members of NASW-PA, your opinions matter to us. We are interested in hearing your thoughts about student membership, and ways that we can improve so you get the most out of your membership. Please take a few minutes to fill out this survey. We appreciate your involvement in NASW-PA and the social work profession!
NASW Opposes "Citizenship Question" on 2020 Census

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Department of Commerce, which manages the Census Bureau, announced the 2020 Census will include a question that asks the respondent whether they are a U.S. Citizen. This action by the Secretary of Commerce was fully supported by the White House... Read More
MyPlan: Empowering Decisions for a Safe Path Forward

myPlan is an interactive online tool designed for college students who may be experiencing dating violence. It's a confidential way to evaluate relationship safety, make decisions, and connect to campus and community services. It's also for friends who want to support someone they are concerned may be in an unsafe or unhealthy relationship.

Checkout the myPlan Campus Toolkit; a free resource hub for campus staff, administrators, and student leaders to get the word out about myPlan on your campus!
Licensure Prep: Sample Questions from the Exam

Barbara White, a licensed social worker, sets her clients' fees according to their ability to pay as determined by their yearly income. Such practice is:

a) illegal and unethical
b) legal, but unethical
c) both legal and ethical
d) ethical but illegal

* Scroll to the bottom of this email for the answer! For more info on the exam, visit us online and/or consider ordering a NASW-PA prep manual!
Upcoming Licensure Prep Courses

Looking to become a licensed social worker? Consider joining us for one of our upcoming licensure prep courses. All registrants also receive a copy of NASW-PA's licensure prep manual, which contains over 250 pages of review material. The manual and the courses are designed to allow participants to become more comfortable with the exam content and style.

* Check our quick facts on applying for licensure as a grad student! *

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* Licensure Exam Sample Questions Answer Key:
Answer: c

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