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 Export to Your Calendar 11/19/2020 to 11/20/2020
When: Thursday, November 19th - Friday, November 20th
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Where: Online
United States
Contact: NASW Ohio

Online registration is available until: 11/18/2020
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The NASW Ohio Annual Conference is the largest social work dedicated conference in the state of Ohio - bringing together over 500 professionals from around the state! Attendees will benefit from opportunities to re-charge with like-minded social workers, receive high-quality relevant continuing education trainings, connect with potential employers, universities, and service providers through our virtual exhibit hall, and network with other professionals. 


Our virtual platform, Socio, is easy to use and will allow attendees to benefit from live trainings or watch the recordings on their own time. Connect with other attendees through virtual meet-ups, the conference live feed, and messaging capabilities, and with sponsors through their own dedicated Zoom rooms. 


View full details such as keynote speakers and each day's schedule of workshops HERE.


  2-days (Access to 30 CEUs - 12 live) 1-day (Access to 15 CEUs - 6 live) 
NASW Member $85 $55
Non-member $140 $95
Student Member $45 $30
Student non-member $60  $40
Hardship Rate $20  $15

Whitney M. Young Jr. Conference Scholarship Fund

Named after social work hero and civil rights activist, Whitney M. Young Jr., this scholarship will provide free conference registration to a limited number of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) social workers and social work students. In nearly every occupation BIPOC men and women earn less than their white counterparts. Even in female dominated fields like social work Black women, for example, are paid less than white, non-Hispanic males. Individuals and organizations can contributing to this fund in support of our BIPOC members and colleagues during this difficult time brought on by COVID-19, which has disproportionately affected BIPOC communities. 


You can add on a donation with your registration or contact to contribute independently. 


To apply to receive a conference scholarship please Click Here. Scholarships will be awarded on a first-come first-serve basis to BIPOC individuals as funds become available. 

Sponsors who choose to donate $50 or more to the Whitney M. Young Jr. Scholarship Fund will have their name listed as a donor on the conference webpage and program and receive recognition during Thursday’s keynote welcome address.


Thank you 2020 Sponsors!





ACLU of Ohio

UnitedHealthcare Community Plan

Coleman Professional Services

Cincinnati Children's Hospital



Ohio End of Life Options 

Indiana University School of Social Work

The Emily Program

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