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The Social Workers radio talk show interviews Ogden Rogers
Lamar Romeo and Alyssa Lotmore in The Social Workers radio studio. The Social Workers Radio Talk Show is a great resource from the University at Albany School of Social Welfare. It is a weekly radio show hosted by social work faculty Alyssa Lotmore, Eric Ha...

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Hi! Happy summer from THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER magazine!
 
I am happy to announce that the Fall 2014 issue of THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER is hot off the press!
 
Highlights:Ebola and ethics of using unproven drugs, importance of agency culture and balanced boundaries, social workers in public libraries, racial equity through social work (new column), networking tools for social work job seekers, social work at the movies, book reviews, and more!

    Go to the digital editions page to download the current and back issues: http://www.socialworker.com/magazine/digital-edition/the_new_social_worker_digital_issues

    Purchase it in print at http://newsocialworker.magcloud.com
          
Read It on Our Web Site
Articles from this issue are also available from the front page of our Web site (http://www.socialworker.com) in Web format.

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New post: Going to Social Work Graduate School - For the Right Reasons!

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Social Work Podcast by Jonathan Singer features Ogden Rogers reading from Beginnings, Middles, & Ends
Jonathan Singer of the Social Work Podcast is a fantastic host as he presents Ogden Rogers in a reading of six excerpts from his book, Beginnings, Middles, & Ends: Sideways Stories on the Art & Soul of Social Work, accompanied
by Jonathan's commentary, mus...

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Summer 2014 issue of THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER magazine
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Hi! Happy summer from THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER magazine!
 
I am happy to announce that the Summer 2014 issue of THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER is hot off the press!
 
Highlights: teaching cultural competence, tips for social work interns, tips for young social work supervisors, resume and cover letter writing, hostility reduction groups, reflections on Memorial Day, SBIRT (Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment), impersonating a social worker, foster children, new social work graduate photos, social work at the movies, book reviews, and more!

    Go to the digital editions page to download the current and back issues: http://www.socialworker.com/magazine/digital-edition/the_new_social_worker_digital_issues

    Purchase it in print at http://newsocialworker.magcloud.com
          
Read It on Our Web Site
Articles from this issue are also available from the front page of our Web site (http://www.socialworker.com) in Web format.
 
Here are some highlights from the Summer 2014 issue:
    Student Role Model: Whitney Sewell (in PDF and print version only)
    Teaching Cultural Competence
    8 Tips for New Social Work Interns
    Finding the Wisdom: 5 Tips for Young Supervisors
    10 Essential Tips for Your Amazing Social Work Resume
    Cover Letters for Social Workers: Get Yourself the Interview
    What Every Social Workers Needs To Know About SBIRT
    Social (Work) Connections Though Social Media
    A Hostility Reduction Group
    Social Work Goes to the Movies: Belle Challenges Viewers To Think
    Cross Disciplinary Theatre Production Focuses on Abusive Relationships (with video)
    The McSilver Awards (in PDF and print version only)
    6 new Book reviews in our new review format

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New feed available for THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER main website
We are rarely posting to this blog at this time, since THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER's main site was upgraded last fall. Most articles from the magazine, as well as new blog posts, are now posted directly on the magazine's site. To be sure you don't miss anything, ...

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"As social workers, most of us are neither rich nor famous. Our efforts on behalf of others rarely, if ever, make the headline news. Yet to the clients we serve each day, we are heroes."

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If social workers had the vision, innovation, tenacity of Steve Jobs...
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