Join us for the LSWO National Latinx Conferences
The next in person conference will be
April 7-9, 2022 in Chicago
The Latino Social Workers Organization is announcing our First Social Work Conference since 2019. We invite all social work faculty, social work students, and allied human service professionals/faculty to join us for this important conference.
Many nonprofit organizations, public agencies, and faith based organizations have had to change their systems in order to meet the needs of Latinx children, families, and individuals during the pandemic. We encourage social work faculty, social workers, and allied health professionals to share their research, expertise, and programming which has been effective in meeting the needs of the Latinx community.
BSW, MSW, and PhD students are encouraged to submit Poster Sessions. Over the years, students from CSWE Accredited Schools of Social work have
Professional Social Workers and Allied Health Professionals
We know that our network of social workers and Allied health professionals have been working overtime and have been stressed out with the Pandemic, personally, and professionally.
Exhibitor space and Sponsorships are available for Schools of Social Work. This is a great opportunity for schools to promote their BSW/MSW/DSW/PHD programs, recruitment of faculty positions, Nonprofit agencies, Faith Based Organizations and Human Service agencies should consider exhibitor tables or sponsorships. Bilingual social workers and soon to graduate BSW/MSW students attend our conference. Great opportunity to recruit in person. Advocacy organizations should consider our conference, Schools of Psychology, Public Health, and other schools to consider our conference for recruitment.
Schools of Social Work: We appreciate the many Schools of Social Work who have participated and supported their social work students and faculty to attend our conference.
Professor Deb Marie Ortega, Director, University of Denver Latino Center for Community Engagement and Scholarship
Professor Leopoldo J. Cabassa, Brown School at Washington University, Director of PhD Program
Professor Leticia Villarreal Sosa
Dominican University School
of Social Work