A celebration of the Marine Corps 241st birthday, which occurs a week prior on November 10.
The New York University Silver School of Social Work invites practitioners, researchers, faculty,agency administrators, community workers, Military Service Members, and Veterans to submit proposals for plenary, poster and workshop presentations on social work with Military Service Members, Veterans and their Families. Proposals are welcomed in all areas related to social work with Military Service Members/Veterans, such as family work, group work, children of veterans, substance abuse, housing and homelessness prevention, employment, behavioral health, and best practices.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT IS AVAILABLE FOR PRESENTERS AND ATTENDEES!
CONFERENCE THEME: SOCIAL WORK WITH SERVICE MEMBERS, VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES
The mutually dependent systems affecting Military Service Members and Veterans include familial, economic, educational, political, health, and mental health. Now more than ever, as Service Members return from military theaters around the globe, the role of social work and human services in these systems is integral to successful re-entry.
This conference will explore social work interventions at the micro, mezzo, and macro levels. The voice of Veterans as well as Active Duty, Reserve, and National Guard members themselves will play an important role in all conference presentations.
THE APPLICATION FOR PROPOSALS IS AVAILABLE:
Workshop sessions are 60 minutes in length and emphasize skill building with a practice-based component.
Plenary Sessions are 90 minute lectures/panel presentations that focus on research, practice, and/or training initiatives. Plenaries occur at designated times during the Conference.
Interactive Poster Presentations display current work/research with Service Members/Veterans.
Presenters speak on their posters at designated times (for more information, see the application).
Important Deadline: All proposals are due by August 30th
Direct questions to: email@example.com
Snug Harbor Cultural Center offers an exhibit called Through the Eyes of a Veteran through December. It features the artwork of US Veterans, with a range of mediums from painting to photography. General admission to the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art is $5 ($4 for students/seniors).
The 2016 NYC Veterans Justice Symposium will be November 15, 9:30am. Come learn about how identity theft, child support arrears, student loan and other consumer debt, bankruptcy and garnishment of public benefits affect a veteran’s ability to become economically self-sufficient.
Michael Coritsidis’s Seven Steps to Employment seminar on November 15, 6pm, shepherds an individual from resume writing to interview techniques, dress for success, various job search avenues, follow-up, motivation and employment retention. Looking for a job or a career change? This is the seminar for you.
Take the next step in your career at the “Barracks to Business: Translating Military Skills into Career Success” Workshop on November 15, 3:30pm.
This workshop will help you transition from the military into civilian life by encouraging your success as a valuable member of today’s workforce. We’ll work with you to craft a winning resume and interview like a pro. Above all, you’ll learn how to effectively communicate the skills you developed during your service such as leadership, discipline, flexibility, organization and change management to a prospective civilian employer. Come enhance your skills and learn how your service matters at Northwell Health.
Pre-register online here.
The next Big Apple Honor Flight meeting is November 15. Learn how to make the next honor flight a success for NYC veterans. RSVP to attend.