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National Title IV-E Roundtable 2021

Western Kentucky University (WKU) will host the 2021 National Title IV-E Roundtable for Child Welfare Training and Education! This gathering will be held in Bowling Green, Kentucky May 18-20, 2021. Please see https://www.wku.edu/lp/treps/nat-ive/index.php for more information.
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September is Workforce Development Month!

In September, be sure to pay special attention to opportunities celebrating #CWworkforce from NCWWI. On September 20, they will host a live event, bringing together students, graduates, and current child welfare employees for an informative, inspirational, and purpose-driven presentation. Check out their resources to find suggestions on how to host a successful Worker Recognition Day event.
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IV-E Roundtable Facebook Group

A private Facebook group has been created for attendees of the National Title IV-E Roundtable conferences. If you’ve attended the Roundtable in the past, visit https://www.facebook.com/groups/1027357247420367 and request group membership  to engage in continued peer networking! The group also contains information for the 2019 Roundtable which will be held in Atlantic City, New Jersey.  
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CWIG Podcast Series

The Child Welfare Information Gateway has announced a four-part series on workforce that gives listeners an opportunity to hear about how addressing your workforce can positively impact challenges facing child welfare agencies. The first podcast is now live! Workforce Part 1 – The Workforce Development Framework 
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New Book Honoring Child Welfare Professionals

The Impossible Imperative features the lived experiences of seasoned child welfare staff – stories written by Title IV-E student alumni – on the front lines. As you well know, child welfare is an extremely challenging profession, but the stories from the field infrequently highlight the voices of child welfare professionals whose efforts touch the lives of vulnerable children and families. The book offers a fresh perspective on the intellectually and…
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Workforce Development Month

It’s Child Welfare Workforce Development Month! Visit NCWWI’s website for resources, toolkits, and stories to inspire and support the child welfare workforce. During this month of celebration for workforce development, the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute is honored to serve and support those who tackle the hard work of child welfare and bring hope to children, youth, and families in the child welfare system. Visit their webpage to access the…
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Call for Papers

The Journal of Public Child Welfare is seeking papers for a special issue. Theme: Title IV-E Child Welfare Education: Impact on Workers, Case Outcomes, and Social Work Curriculum Development Deadline is August 31, 2017 More details can be found at: http://www.uh.edu/socialwork/New_research/cwep/title-iv-e/Journals%20in%20Child%Welfare%20and%20Related%20Field/ Co-Editors: Patrick Leung and Monit Cheung, University of Houston pleung@uh.edu mcheung@uh.edu Visit GCSW Website www.uh.edu/socialwork
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Register Today for SSWR 2017

Online registration is open for the Society for Social Work and Research 21st Annual Conference January 11-15, 2017 in New Orleans, LA. Register today for the SSWR 2017 Annual Conference “Ensure Healthy Development for all Youth” that will be held January 11-15, 2017, in New Orleans, LA at the New Orleans Marriott. In order to receive the early bird registration rate, please register by Friday, December 2, 2016. To register online, go to…
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CSWE 2016 Annual Program Meeting

CSWE 2016 Annual Program Meeting

The 62nd Annual Program Meeting for the Council on Social Work Education will be held in Atlanta, GA, on November 3 – 6, 2016. The conference theme, Advancing Collaborative Practice Through Social Work Education, was selected to reflect the importance of collaborative practice across different contexts to the preparation of future social work professionals. Throughout its history, social work has embraced an interdisciplinary philosophy in which collaborative practice is both the…
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