March is Social Work Month in the United States and this year’s theme is “Social Workers Break Barriers.” NYU Silver is proud to join in this month-long celebration of social workers and the role we play to dismantle obstacles that prevent people and communities from thriving. A key priority for Dean Michael A. Lindsey has been honoring Silver’s tradition of clinical excellence while strengthening the School’s emphasis on identifying and addressing the larger environmental and structural forces that that shape people’s lives and perpetuate disparities.
Below is a list of NYU Silver’s 2023 Social Work Month events, all of which require registration. Please join us in honoring the Social Work profession!
March 1, 2023 | 6:00 – 7:00 PM EST
NYC Deputy Mayor for Health & Human Services Anne Williams-Isom on Centering Social Justice in Social Work
NYU Silver, 1 Washington Square North, The Parlor, New York, NY and Virtual
Deputy Mayor Williams-Isom will be in conversation with Visiting Scholar Jennifer Jones Austin and Associate Dean Linda Lausell Bryant about centering social justice in social work practice and the delivery of health and human services. Dean Michael A. Lindsey will offer opening remarks.
All are welcome at this free event.
March 1, 2023 | 6:00 – 7:00 PM EST
Silver Success Series: Research and Policy Social Work
At this event hosted by our Office of Career and Professional Development, a panel of NYU Silver alums will share their career journeys and day-to-day experiences as social workers in research and policy positions.
This is a free event for current and prospective NYU Silver students.
March 2, 2023 | 6:00 – 7:30 PM EST
Fireside Chat with Professor Pia Hargrove, LMSW
NYU Silver, 1 Washington Square North, The Parlor, New York, NY
This event, hosted by our Office of Career and Professional Development, is centered on the Social Work Month theme. Through a moderated conversation, alum and Adjunct Assistant Professor Pia Hargrove will share how she has broken barriers throughout her journey as a student, social worker, activist, non-profit leader, speaker, educator and more.
This is a free event for current NYU Silver students
March 8, 2023 | 10:00 – 11:30 AM
The Breakfast Club: What Kind of Leader Are You?
NYU Silver, 1 Washington Square North, Suite G07, New York, NY and Virtual
At this event hosted by our Office of Inclusive Engagement and Student Life, explore what kind of leader you are and how your style shows up for you—whether in your daily life or in leadership roles.
This is a free event for NYU Silver students.
March 9, 2023 | 5:30 – 6:30 PM EST
Wasserman@Silver: Navigating the Social Work Career Fair
This workshop, hosted by NYU’s Wasserman Center for Career Development, will prepare Silver MSW students for the upcoming Spring 2023 Master’s Level Social Work Virtual Job Fair with guidance on strengthening their elevator pitch, networking, and managing the fair’s CareerEco platform.
This is a free event for current MSW students.
March 14, 2023 | 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM EDT
Befriending Your Emotions: A Somatic Approach to Healing Emotional Trauma
During this training, hosted by our Office of Global and Lifelong Learning, clinicians will gain awareness of the impact of emotional trauma on the nervous system, the importance of emotions in helping us heal, and concrete skills around embodying our emotions.
There is a fee for this 3-CE contact hour training for licensed social workers and mental health counselors. Click through for details.
March 21, 2023 | 6:00 – 7:30 PM EDT
Breaking Barriers in Social Work
This special panel, hosted by our Offices of Career and Professional Development and Global and Lifelong Learning, will feature alum and Adjunct Assistant Professor Pia Hargrove moderating a discussion among Silver alums about how they navigate systems and overcome obstacles to impact change in their communities.
This is a free event and all are welcome. Registration is required.
March 24, 2023 | 5:30 – 7:00 PM EDT
Picturing Change: A Process of Using Photovoice to Tell Client Stories (Part 1)
1 Washington Square North, Parlor
This course, hosted by our Office of Global and Lifelong Learning, uses the principles of Photovoice, a visual second language, and puts the tools of that methodology into the hands of providers so they can use them to support and empower clients.
There is a fee for this 1.5-CE contact hour training for licensed social workers and mental health counselors. Click through for details.