I am pleased to announce that the Summer 2009 issue of The New Social Worker magazine is now ready to download. It is available, free of charge, in PDF format directly from The New Social Worker Web site.
To download the Summer 2009 issue, go to:
If the file opens in your Web browser, just click on "Save a Copy" or "File>Save Page as" and save the file to a location on your computer's hard drive.
Articles from this issue are also available on our Web site (http://www.socialworker.com) in Web format.
Here are some highlights from this issue:
• Student Role Model: Kelly Lee
• Ethics and Economics
• Social Work Intern Logs
• Seeing Is Not Believing: Group Supervision by Telephone
• An MSW Student’s Life
• The Evolution of a Social Work Researcher
• Program Evaluation--Lessons Learned From the Field
• Reflections on War
• SW 2.0: How Tweet It Is: Social Tweeters
• Identifying Substance Abuse Among Clients With Intellectual Disabilities
• Africa: A Bucket Half Empty or a Bucket Half Full?
Please go to http://www.ceu4u.com/tnsw for availability of CE credits for past issues (Fall 2006-Fall 2008 available now). You will receive a 15% discount on ALL CEU4U courses that you take after you follow the above link.
WE’RE ON FACEBOOK
THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER’s page on facebook now has 3,200+ fans! You can be one of our fans, too! Go to http://www.facebook.com/newsocialworker and log in to your account (or create one), and you will be able to register as a fan of our page. You will then be able to receive special notices and take part in discussions on the page.
SOCIAL WORK JOBS
If you are looking for a professional social work job, or looking to hire a social worker, be sure to visit our online job site, SocialWorkJobBank.com (http://www.socialworkjobbank.com) today.
WRITE FOR THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER
We are looking for articles from social work practitioners, educators, and students! We especially want manuscripts that present social work ethics, field placement, and practice specialties in an educational, creative, and readable format. Articles are typically 1,500-2,000 words and are written in an educational, conversational tone, as if you are sitting down with a colleague to talk about a social work issue.
We also want short news items about student social work clubs/organizations, as well as other social work-related news, with photos.
Additionally, we will consider poetry, artwork, and other forms of creative work that relate to social work!
The deadline for consideration for the next issue is August 15. Please send all submissions and/or ideas to me at: lindagrobman at socialworker dot com
Please let your colleagues, classmates, and/or students know about THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER, and the fact that it is a FREE social work resource. Feel free to pass along the download links above, and let them know that they can subscribe free to receive notifications of future issues.
If you have any questions, please let me know.
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The New Social Worker is the quarterly magazine for social work students and recent graduates, focusing on social work careers for those new to the profession. This blog is a companion to the free online magazine at http://www.socialworker.com.
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