MN’s 2020 Social Work Licensure Laws

What’s Changed, What’s New, What You Need to Know

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FREE AND OPEN TO ALL SOCIAL WORKERS! Come hear from the Executive Directors of the MN Board of Social Work and NASW-MN about recent changes to MN's social work licensure laws, which remove unnecessary barriers, create more flexibility, and streamline processes. 

Supervisor Consultation Circle

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NASW-MN Members Only

Now offered FREE as a NASW Member-exclusive benefit!


These sessions take place the 3rd Thursday of the month.


Whether you are a new or experienced supervisor, these group sessions will allow an opportunity to consult with other supervisors on situations you face when providing group or individual supervision.
Attend a few times to help meet your 6 supervision CEUs, or attend monthly and count it as general CEUs*.
Join online via GoTo Meeting.
Each group will cap at 8 participants, so register soon to ensure your spot!


These circles are for social workers who are currently providing individual or group supervision.


Facilitated by Karen Goodenough, MSW, LGSW, NASW-MN Executive Director



*Supervision consultation is considered independent study, and may not count towards more than 15 hours of the required 40 hours of continuing education per licensure renewal term. See MN Board of Social Work website for more information.


Expand Your Advocacy Toolkit: Using Social Media for Social Justice Activism

Join us on the first Wednesday of the month for our Lunch 'n Learn Webinar Series!

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BY POPULAR DEMAND! Have you wanted to dip your toe into the world of social media advocacy but don't know the "rules" or how to get started? Join this webinar for practical tips on using social media as a tool for social justice activism. All social workers interested in online advocacy and with access to the Internet will learn something new.

Annual Conference

NASW-MN 30th Annual Conference

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NASW is celebrating its 65th year as the largest professional association for social workers. The impact of our profession has shifted throughout history, and today’s social workers have learned valuable lessons from the mistakes, as well as the successes of our predecessors. We can look back on how these lessons have paved the road for us to arrive where we are - here and now. As we move forward, they serve as a map for how we will continue to evolve in our practice, and for how we will collectively create the paths for tomorrow’s journey.


We are proud to be in the 30th year of NASW-Minnesota’s Annual Conference. Our theme is meant as a reflective reminder to honor the generations, communities, and movements that have led us to the present moment, and to serve as a call to build the road of tomorrow with intention, unity, and resolve. Join us at this year’s conference to recognize and celebrate our history, while supporting, equipping, and inspiring social workers to continue doing innovative and empowering work.


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