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Moving Forward

By Rachel L. West
The Political Social Worker

As we move into 2014 I would like to know what topics you would like to see here on The Political Social Worker? I plan to continue to add to the Job Search for a Macro Social Worker series. From the search terms used to find this site I can see an interest in the following topics:

  • Political social work
  • Social workers turned politicians
  • Macro social work jobs
  • Non-traditional social work jobs
  • Working with LGBT clients

If you have any additional topics you would like to see included (related to macro social work) please let me know in the comments section below. If you want to remain anonymous you can email your suggestions to me at rwest@politicalsocialworker.org.

With regards to Job Search for a Macro Social Worker series; I would like to start featuring experienced macro social work practitioners. If you are a macro social worker I would like to interview you about your career. If you are interested in participating you can send me your contact info to via email or reach out to me on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or LinkedIn.

I want to wish all of you a happy and healthy New Year. Thank you for the support you have given me throughout 2013.

photo credit: DELLipo™ via photopin cc

Posted by Rachel L. West

In addition to being the founder of The Political Social Worker blog, I am a consultant. My consulting practice offers advocacy and community outreach solutions to nonprofits, social good organizations, and private practitioners. Additionally, I offer career coaching to macro social work students and professionals.


  1. Happy New Year, Rachel! I have nominated your blog for the Liebster Award. To check it out and accept please go to the following link: http://njsmyth.wordpress.com/2014/01/04/the-liebster-award/

  2. Well, I know this is a late post, but I suggest that we need more policy analysts, as this is an important field for social workers to use our professional values and skills as applied social scientists in the change process.


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