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12
Jul

Here’s the Deal

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant Thank to a generous offer from Mark Homan, I have one free spot for the June …

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04
Jul

Happy July Fourth: Special Offer

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant Happy July Fourth. This month I’m offering deals on resume reviews and social media plan reviews …

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26
Jun

In Need of a Macro Resource?

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant Are you in need of a macro resource? The #MacroSW Collaborative is leading the in creating …

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12
Jun

#MacroSW Syllabus: Crowdsourcing Project

by Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant #MacroSW Twitter Collaborative is spearheading an initiative to build a syllabus for macro social workers. The …

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08
Jun

Make Macro Matter: 20 by 2020 proposal to the CSWE

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant You can help make macro matter. The Commission to Advance Macro Social Work Practice has delivered …

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23
May

Political Boot Camp

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant The Congressional Research Insitute for Social Work and Policy (CRISP) is hosting a political boot camp …

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07
May

Webinar: Job Search for a Macro Social Worker

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant The Job Search for a Macro Social Worker webinar will be offered May 29th and June …

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06
May

Services Catalog

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant The 2017 Services Catalog is now available. The Political Social Worker offers a number of services …

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25
Apr

Talking Macro on inSocialWork®Podcast

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant Back in 2016 myself and a couple of other #MacroSW Chat partners, Karen Zgoda and Pat …

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11
Feb

You Should Run

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant One takeaway from the past three weeks is that more social workers need to run for …

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