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The Alumni Association of Eastern Michigan University School of Social Work connects the 2,000 graduates of the BSW and MSW programs. The association supports and encourages our alumni as they work for empowerment, social justice and social change.
Look for us on Facebook to keep track of plans for our annual alumni event, service activities and other gatherings.
EMU Alumni Association Social Work Chapter
- President: Shannon Laskey
- Vice President: Laura Donker
- Secretary: Crystal Johnson
- Treasurer: Jane Cullen
- Faculty Advisor: Tana Bridge
- Members at Large: Trudy Adler, Rebecca Bowen, Megan Fick, Mike King and Jennifer Trotter
Tana Bridge, Social Work Alumni Association Faculty Sponsor
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National and International Social Work Organizations
The Association for Community Organization and Social Administration was formed in 1987 to strengthen community organization and social administration. ACOSA is a membership organization for community organizers, activists, nonprofit administrators, community builders, policy practitioners, students and educators.
CSWE is a partnership of educational and professional institutions, social welfare agencies and private citizens recognized as the sole accrediting agency for social work education in this country.
IFSW is a global organization striving for social justice, human rights and social development through the promotion of social work, best practice models and international cooperation.
LSWO is a resource for social work agencies, focusing on recruitment, mentoring and cultural competency training.
The largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world, with 140,000 members, NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, create and maintain professional standards, and advance sound social policies. Visit the NASW Social Work portal.
Comprised of people of African ancestry, the NABSW is committed to enhancing the quality of life and empowering people of African ancestry through advocacy, human services delivery and research.
SSWAA empowers school social workers and promotes the profession of school social work to enhance the social and emotional growth and academic outcomes of all students.
SWAA is a national organization of progressive workers in human services, founded in 1985 and based on key principles that reflect a concern for social justice, peace and coalition building with progressive social movements. These principles articulate a need by social service workers for a practice and theory that responds to progressive concerns.
SSWR is a non-profit association committed to improving the support for research among social workers.
Michigan Social Work Organizations
NASW-Michigan supports, promotes and advocates for professional social work practice, practitioners and the social work profession, to improve the quality of life for the people of Michigan.
MASSW advocates for the delivery of school social work services to meet the needs of all children. MASSW actively promotes the educational and professional growth of members to ensure that the highest standards of practice are upheld, and works to impact legislation that will improve the delivery of school social work services and enhance the education of all children.
MLPP works to identify and help solve basic health and social welfare problems through research and analysis, information dissemination and advocacy.
Mi-AiMH promotes and supports nurturing relationships for all infants, committed to educating family professionals in relationship-based practice, diversifying the infant mental health community, and advocating for the well-being of all infants and toddlers.