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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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20
Dec

Join Me January 22, 2017

Join Me on January 22nd for Job Search for A Macro Social Worker ™   By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant Join me …

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17
Dec

Advocating for Macro Social Work Transcript

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant Below is the transcript from the December 15, 2016 #MacroSW Twitter Chat. The chat covered ACOSA …

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14
Dec

ACOSA Night at #MacroSW Twitter Chats

Advocating for Macro Social Work: ACOSA turns 30 in 2017! By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant ACOSA Board Member Thursday December 15th is …

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16
Nov

Coffee with Rachel

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant Let’s have coffee. I’m starting a new webinar series. Once a month I will host a …

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14
Nov

Regrouping

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant Regrouping is what a lot of my peers have been saying this week. Many of us …

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01
Sep

Get Out The Vote Resources for Advocates

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant It has been a while since I’ve done a post on resources. Since the election is …

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06
Jun

2016 ACOSA Awards Nominations

By Rachel L, West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant 2016 ACOSA Awards Nominations are now open. The awards are handed out every year at the …

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13
May

CSWE Candidate Responses

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant CSWE 2016 elections are now open. ACOSA is sharing the candidate response statements that the Special …

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27
Apr

Wilhemina’s War

By Rachel L. West, LMSW Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant Wilhemina’s War will be the subject of this Thursday’s #MacroSW Twitter Chat. Wilhemina’s War is …

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