Monthly Archives: October 2011

NY1’s New Yorker of the Week: Juliet Sternberg, LMSW

We are thrilled that NY1 (the cable news channel for Time Warner/Cablevision) selected our very own Juliet A. Sternberg as the New Yorker of the Week! Juliet is the Co-Chair of the NASW-NYC Interest Group Social Workers Advancing the Human … Continue reading

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10 Things Social Workers Have In Common With The Occupy Wall Street Protests

A lot has been going on three blocks from the NASW-NYC office at Zuccotti Park, located at Liberty Street between Broadway and Church Street, since the middle of September.  At its core it is an encampment of protesters but has … Continue reading

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Finding Inspiration Outside the Workplace: Revitalize Your Motivation for Being a Social Worker

Guest Blogger: Jamie Keaton Jones Every Labor Day, it’s always the same – I see my teacher friends returning tanned and refreshed from their summer vacations. And every fall, it makes me question, yet again, why I am a social … Continue reading

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