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News & Updates

Welcome to the Native American Social Work Studies Institute blog! We post regularly about upcoming courses and trainings offered by the Institute as well as conferences and webinars we participate in. Stay up-to-date with the latest news happening right here at naswsi.org.

Category: Institute, Staff, Trainings

Date: February 08, 2024

Youth Skills-Based Training: Recruiting a New Generation of Social Workers

New Mexico Highlands University's Facundo Valdez School of Social Work (FVSSW) is proud to announce a pioneering one-day skill-based training event for New Mexico high school students interested in pursuing a career in

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    Category: Institute, Legislative, Staff

    February 08, 2024

    Native American Social Work Studies Institute Announces its Student Ambassador

    We are thrilled to announce that Marklin Morales has been selected as Student Ambassador for the New Mexico Highlands University's Facundo Valdez School of Social Work, explicitly representing the Native American Social

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    Category: Events, Institute, Staff

    February 08, 2024

    Engaging Through Film: Native American Social Work Studies Institute’s Movie Nights

    The Native American Social Work Studies Institute (NASWSI) is taking a creative and impactful approach to engage social work students with Native American and Indigenous issues. The Institute aims to foster a deeper und

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    Category: Institute, Staff, Trainings

    February 08, 2024

    Youth Skills-Based Training: Recruiting a New Generation of Social Workers

    New Mexico Highlands University's Facundo Valdez School of Social Work (FVSSW) is proud to announce a pioneering one-day skill-based training event for New Mexico high school students interested in pursuing a career in

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    Category: Events, Institute, Legislative, Staff

    January 05, 2024

    Tribal Education Leader Meeting – February 21

    The Native American Social Work Studies Institute will be hosting a 1-day meeting with Tribal Education Leaders and Indian Education Staff to discuss how social workers can support Native American students in our school

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    Category: Events, Institute, Staff

    November 15, 2023

    Rock Your Mocs: A Celebration of Native American Culture and Unity

    Have you ever wondered what those colorful and intricate shoes that some Native Americans wear are called? They are moccasins, or mocs for short, and they are more than just footwear. They are a symbol of Native America

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    Category: Events, Institute, Staff

    November 14, 2023

    Indigenous Tribal Social Work Educators Association Meeting in Atlanta

    Dr. Riley attended the national CSWE Conference in October for the sole purpose of meeting with Indigenous and tribal scholars from around the country. A small room with extensive discussions surrounding social work edu

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