“What Can I Do?” An Introduction to Activism and Political Social Work
2 CEU/clock hours
Location: Columbus Public Health, 240 Parsons Ave, Columbus 43215
Do you feel moved to do something about the news you’re seeing, but don’t know where to start?
Many social workers today feel called to action on political issues outside of their everyday practice. You can take the first step by attending this workshop on activism and advocacy on Friday, June 23.
Presented by NASW Ohio and the The Ohio State University College of Social Work, we will give you tools to speak up, get involved and make change on issues that matter to you.
Registration is free. 2 CEUs are available for social workers.
Meet your presenter:
Erin Upchurch, LISW-S, CTP is a trauma informed social worker and therapist experienced in working with women, youth and families, and members of minority and traditionally underserved communities. In addition to her therapeutic work, Erin frequently engages in community advocacy and education and is an experienced facilitator of conversations and trainings on diversity and inclusion. Erin is currently Adjunct Faculty at the OSU College of Social Work and in 2015, was appointed by the Mayor to the Columbus Community Relations Commission.