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NASW and NASW/Texas connect students with the resources they need for a successful career and gets their professional careers off to the strongest start possible.

 

NASW realizes student members are the future of the social work profession and need specific resources and information to help them through school and to prepare them for careers in social work. Find great resources and updates below from NASW/Texas. Visit the NASW Student Center and a student starter toolkit for additional information and resources.

 

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Welcome to Our New NASW/TX Student Members!

february & march 2016

Lucero Aguilar
Shekhah Alharbi
Ricardo Arispe
Maria Avalos
Eunice Ballesteros
Laura Barron
Stacy Bernstein
Michelle Binion
William Bradley
Anna Cubells Bradley
Crichelle Brice
Grace Elizabeth Brown
Brenda Burrell
Jacyl Marie Calico
Yvette Lopez Carpintero
Henry Carter
Kelsey Catt
Jillian Combs
Omar Concepcion
Melissa Cooper
Crystal Cortez
Jamie Elizabeth Daniel
Amber DeRamus
Angela Dizazzo
Morgan Eary
Erin Ebert
Angela Faison
Amy Fuller
Andrea Alicia Garza
Maria Elena Garza
Julia Giddings
Brianna Gipson
Bridgett Gipson
Gracie Gollihugh
Annjanette Gonzales
Breanna Gonzalez
Karina Gonzalez
Daniel Groven
Daishia Hare
Desiree Hartman
Samone Hill
Stephanie Hutchinson
Kayleigh Ishmael
Christina Jewett
Brytni Johnson
Sarah Jovinelly
Skylar Joyner
Kaylee Keuthan
Amber Kissner
Priscilla Ko
Allison Kriger
Molly Kruse
Dana Larson, MA
Kimberly Lauriston
Bobbi Ruth Logan
Brian Mabary
Kyle Marlow
Sean Marmolejo
Jesse Martinez, Jr.
Salina Martinez
Sheila Mayberry





 




 

Melody Mayse
Kaitlyn McNair
Desiree Meredith
Vanessa Carrie Mike
Amie Moore
Johamed Mosier, LBSW
Michelle Muldrow, LMSW
Amber Murray
Jerriann Nettles
Tiffany Nicely-Williams
Whitney Nielsen
Aimee Nucum
Christine Riordan Page
Lizabeth Perez
Rucker Preston
Edith Quirino
Ida Ramirez
Adriana Ramos
Melissa Nicole Ramsey
Christopher Michael Robertson
Amanda Rose Rocha
Silvia Rocha-Tran
Jennifer Roderick
Kaitlyn Rutherford
Iris Salcedo
Lidia Sanchez
Gwendolyn Sanders
Nataly Sauceda
Cassie Lee Saupe
Haley Anne Savage
Chelsee Savoy
Laura Lynne Scott
Miriam Segovia
Carrie Lynn Shack
Destanie Shannon
Magdalena Sierra
Destiny Smith
Erica Dawn Smith
Rayvon Stanley
Anna Stelter
Jerri Stinson
Taylor Sweeney
Sarah Tadlock
Laura Tarvin
Ashley Tilley
Karlye Tolley
Vanessa Trupiano
Ugonna Uba
Fernanda Uchoa
Marienma Valencia
Michael Vanpool
Lindsay Walsh
John Willis Ward
Dolores Ann Whatley
Shalean Williams
Staci Willingham
Tracy Lee Wisdom
Lara D. Yates
D'Anna Young
Eloisa Zamora
Gabriela Zuniga



 







 

 

What is a transitional member?

After graduation, NASW continues to subsidize dues for student members. If you maintain continuous membership, you will be able to take advantage of the transitional category of membership after graduation. BSW student members who maintain continuous membership after graduation automatically enter a two-year transitional period with reduced dues of $94 each year. MSW student members who maintain continuous membership enter a three-year transitional period with reduced dues of $94 in the first and second years, and $143 in the third.

 

 

Student Loan Forgiveness

The U.S. Department of Education has created a new call center for borrowers to obtain information about the College Cost Reduction Act of 2007 (H.R. 2669). The number for the Federal Student Aid Information Center is (800) 433-3243. The law forgives outstanding education debt for those persons that meet the eligibility requirements. Those that would benefit are employees that have made 120 monthly payments on their loans while serving full-time in social work in public child or family service agencies, government, nonprofit, military, education, and others areas. The loan forgiveness provisions became effective on October 1, 2007. It is important to note that payments made after October 1, 2007 on an existing loan can count towards the 120 payments if the loan meets certain criteria.

 

 

Learning Resources



Click here for more information.

Personal Online Subscriptions now available to NASW members ONLY!
The NASW Press and Oxford University Press are proud to announce the new, completely updated, revised and expanded 20th edition of The Encyclopedia of Social Work. We are pleased to offer personal annual subscriptions to NASW members only!

 

Click here and subscribe today!

 

Order in print (hardcopy or paperback available).

The Social Work Dictionary, 5th Edition Catalogs and cross-references the terms, concepts, history, and values of the profession. Social Work Journals

 

 

 

Volunteer Opportunity with 2-1-1 Texas

 

Do you need volunteer hours, knowledge and experience? Volunteer with 2-1-1 Texas!

 

What is 2-1-1? 

  • 2-1-1 is an easy to remember phone number that links the community with a statewide information and referral system.
  • 2-1-1 was a major resource during the 2005 Hurricane Season and helped Katrina and Rita evacuees find the help they needed
  • 2-1-1 is used everyday, not just during natural disasters! Specialists assist people with attaining basic needs. These basic needs include: Food & Shelter; Housing; Counseling; Child Care; and Senior Services.

 Why Social Work Students are Perfect:

You’ve got what it takes! Social workers are empathetic and want to help people. This personality type is all you need when you’re given all of the resources you need. As a member of NASW/Texas, you have agreed to adhere to a Code of Ethics – this is important to the folks at 2-1-1! You have an opportunity to gain experience in:

 

Interviewing techniques
Crisis Intervention skills
Cultural competency
Working with people in their environment
Working alongside professionals
Networking with potential employers

 

You will learn an enormous amount about the resources available in your own community – that gives you a step-up when you graduate! Speak a language other than English? Then your help is definitely needed!

 

2-1-1 centers have hours that are usually beyond 9-5, which is great for students. The flexible hours leave you with a great opportunity to get in some quality volunteer hours!
 

Click here to VOLUNTEER WITH 211!

 

 

more Calendar

12/1/2016 » 12/15/2016
December 2016 Online LMSW, LMSW-AP, LCSW Exam Prep Course

10/5/2017 » 10/7/2017
2017 Conference Exhibitor & Sponsorship Registration

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