Pitt-Johnstown’s Master of Social Work Program Coordinator James H. Andrews, MSW, is among the speakers at the National Association of Social Workers-Pennsylvania Chapter Conference, September 22-25.
The NASW is the largest gathering of professional Social Workers in Pennsylvania, attracting between 400-600 attendees annually.
The theme for the NASW-PA 2019 Annual Conference is “Making Waves,” which reflects the idea that if society is an ocean, social workers are the waves that incite change.
Mr. Andrews will conduct a workshop on “Clinical Supervision: Skills, Legal and Ethical Best Practices” and participate on the ethics panel session “Speaking to Power.”
He is a past President of the NASW-PA and currently serves on the Clinical Care Committee and Communications Committee of the NASW-PA.
The conference in Pocono Manor, PA, consists of continuing education courses, networking opportunities, social events, student poster presentations, and much more. Social Workers and other practitioners attending will have the opportunity to receive up to ALL 30 CEs needed to renew their professional license for the next licensure cycle, including multiple offerings of all required courses.
The Master of Social Work program at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown is a a part-time program offered by the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work geared toward working professionals.
The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown was founded in 1927 and is the first and largest regional campus of the University of Pittsburgh. Pitt-Johnstown is recognized by the Princeton Review as a “Best in the Northeast” college, by G.I. Jobs as a “Military Friendly School,” and by Pennsylvania Business Central as a "Top 100 Organization.” The distinctive combination of Pitt-Johnstown’s people, programs, and place results in exceptional performance in preparing students for career and professional success. Pitt-Johnstown is the regional leader, educating for success in the Real World.