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GRADUATING STUDENTS: Join before April 5 to receive a graduation cord to demonstrate your pride in your profession. 



As a Social Work Student you are already part of a dynamic profession, now is the time to join your professional organization! NASW is the largest and most recognized membership organization of professional Social Workers in the world, with more than 110,000 members across the nation and nearly 1,000 members in the Iowa Chapter. Being an NASW member means not only having access to our unique membership benefits but also promoting, developing, and strengthening the professional practice of social work. NASW is the leading organization in lobbying for social work student loan forgiveness, improving salaries for professional social workers, and monitoring social work licensing regulations. Don't wait until after graduation to join, why not promote the social work profession now?

Students who are enrolled in a CSWE accredited BSW or MSW program pay only $57 annually for membership and receive access to all of NASW benefits and services both nationally and from their state chapter. That’s over 75% off the regular membership rate! In addition, students who join NASW before graduation and maintain continuous membership, qualify for transitional rates for up to three years following graduation: BSW student members who maintain continuous membership after graduation automatically enter a 2-year transitional period with reduced dues of $110 each year; MSW students enter a 3-year transitional period with reduced dues of $110 in years 1 and 2, and $170 in year 3. When you join NASW today and you immediately become a member of your NASW state chapter as well — at no additional cost!

NASW offers services to its student members that range from discounts on malpractice insurance to national scholarship opportunities. In addition, student members have access to valuable resources and publications, online and print job postings, licensing preparation course, specialty practice sections,opportunities for professional development, networking with social workers through branch activities, and the chance to make a difference all at discounted rates.


Free Ethics Consultations FOR NASW MEMBERS
The Office of Ethics and Professional Review (OEPR) provides individual ethics consultations as a benefit of NASW membership.  Ethic consultations are a resource for members who encounter ethical dilemmas and/or have ethics related questions.  Consultation services are intended to guide members through the applicable standards in the Code along with other pertinent considerations and resources that address their concerns and allows them to make reasoned ethical decisions. While we  can discuss ethical issues, we cannot provide definitive answers for  a particular situation or make decisions for members.
Ethics consultation telephone calls are answered on a first come first served basis and are not pre-scheduled.  If you call during consultation hours and receive a voice-mail response, we request your patience as we complete earlier member calls,  Please leave a brief message clearly stating your name and contact number and we will return your call.  Due to the high call volume, we ask that you allow 24 hours for a return call.
Hours & Contact Info
(800) 742-4089
Mondays 1:00pm – 4:00pm (ET)
Tuesdays 10:00am – 1:00pm (ET)
Wednesdays 1:00pm – 4:00pm (ET) 
Thursdays 10:00am – 1:00pm (ET)


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