Get involved! Social Work student organizations not only do good work in the community, they connect you with fellow students and future colleagues - across the university and across the country.
Participate in NASW LEAD Day - Legislative, Education and Advocacy Day - in Lansing with your fellow students.
Each year, the School of Social Work supports student participation in LEAD Day, where students spend a day in Lansing learning how Join us for a behind-the-scenes look at NASW-Michigan's role in Michigan's political process. Learn how you can become a key advisor to the legislators and an effective advocate for the social work profession and the State's most vulnerable citizens.
In 2012, the EMU School of Social Work sent more than 100 students to LEAD Day. Look for notices of the upcoming Lansing trip each October.
Your voice matters. The School of Social Work solicits participation from students in a variety of governance activities each year. For example, students participate on the School's Instructional, Grievance and Faculty Search Committees and make our program stronger and more reflective of student needs. Look for the Call to Serve issued in September.