2016 NASW Ohio Chapter Annual Conference
November 17-18, 2016
Quest Conference Center, Columbus, Ohio
$127 for members
$185 for non-members
$46 for student NASW members
$60 for students who aren't NASW members
$80 for members
$115 for non-members
$29 for student NASW members
$40 for students who aren't NASW members
There are many hotels in the area. Discounts are available at:
Four Points by Sheraton - $109/night – 614-844-5888
Fairfield Inn - $116/night – 614-568-0770
Call and tell the hotel that you are with NASW to receive the discounted rate.
Reflection on the 2016 Election of Donald Trump
We invite all social workers, regardless of conference registration, to attend a reflection and strategy session about the election of Donald Trump on the morning of Friday, November 18th from 9am-8am. The session will be held in the Polaris Room, 1st Floor, Quest Center, 8405 Pulsar Pl, Columbus, OH 43240.
Perks for Members
In case you need an extra nudge to attend, members will have access to complimentary professional headshots and playtime with adoptable dogs, plus on-site resume critiques, private practice consultation, and exclusive access to the below professional development workshop:
Writing Your Overnight Success Story: How to launch (or re-launch) a career in social work
At NASW Ohio Chapter, we help social workers navigate their careers on the frontline, in the corner office, and anywhere in between. This workshop is designed to facilitate career reflection. Participants will learn how to write a personal strategic plan, communicate qualifications on paper and in-person, and negotiate a higher salary.
We're hosting this opportunity to connect to colleagues (or future mentors) in specific practice areas. Join us November 17 at 5:00 PM for refreshments and networking for these fields: • Administration • Aging • Child Welfare • Medical • Mental Health • Private Practice • School Social Work • Social Justice
Attend a screening of the documentary, CAREgivers, at the NASW conference to learn more about vicarious trauma, burn-out, and earn two CEUs in the process. The documentary screening is free for conference attendees to add to their conference registration. Be sure to add the documentary screening to your registration. Get more information about the film>>