NACSW Online Continuing Education

Engaging Colleges and Universities in Hunger Work
Length: 1.0 CEUs
Primary Audience:
  • Social Workers, Social Work Educators and Administration
  • Students
Practice Level(s):
  • Basic
  • Intermediate

Training Format: Video-based
Number of CE Hours: 1.0

Andy Hogue, Ph.D. 
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Course Outline

College students and college faculty can be great allies in the fight against hunger and food insecurity. Built into the mission of most colleges and universities is a commitment to the common good, and through such things as research, public service, and activism, students and faculty have capital to lend if effective partnerships are established. This session will offer several practical models for engaging colleges and universities in the hunger work.


  • Direct Practice: Groups and Communities
  • Administration and Work with Organizations

Sample Content

Learning Objectives
As a result of this training, participants will be able to:

1. Identify several ways that university populations can contribute to their mission by engaging in hunger work.

2. Articulate 2-3 examples of diverse collaborative hunger programs with which university students and faculty are well suited to assist.


Click on the "showDOC" button in the Course Outline section (above) to view the training PowerPoint.


Andy Hogue serves as Director of Baylor University's Civic Education & Community Service Program and Lecturer of Political Science. He teaches and writes on American politics, specifically the places that intersect with religion, race, gender, class, and culture. Committed centrally to the ideas that education is to be transformational for learners and beneficial to the greater good, Andy's courses ask students to examine important social questions at the levels of theory, personal belief, and practice. In addition to his teaching, Andy is also an active scholar. His first book, Stumping God: Reagan, Carter, and the Invention of a Political Faith, was published by Baylor University Press. He is currently at work on an array of projects dealing with women's independence & rap music literacy, race and local affairs in the contemporary South, and an introduction to constitutional issues.

CE Accreditation Information

NACSW, provider #1078, is approved as a provider for social work continuing education by The Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB), phone: 800-225-6880, through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program valid 1/27/18 – 1/27/21. NACSW maintains sole responsibility for the program. The North American Association of Christians in Social Work (NACSW) is also recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0479. Social Workers will receive 1.0 continuing education clock hour(s) for participating in this training. It is the responsibility of participants to contact their licensing boards to verify that this training, as a distance education session, meets their jurisdictional standards for continuing education credit and/or licensure renewal.

Requirements for Earning Continuing Education Contact Hours

Requirements to earn continuing education contact hours for home-study courses include: a) engaging with all the required materials provided by this training; b) completing and submitting an on-line evaluation of this session; c) receiving a grade of 80% or better on the “open-book” post-workshop quiz. Session participants who meet these three requirements will receive a continuing education contact hour certificate from NACSW on-line immediately following their completion of this course.

Registration Fee and Refunds

The registration fee covers engaging in all the required materials provided by the on-line training as well as costs associated with maintaining the website which supports the training materials, as well as CE certificate administration. Refunds, minus a $25 administrative fee, are available upon request within 15 days of purchasing/enrolling in a training. No refunds or exchanges are available once the training quiz has been opened.

Grievance Procedure

Any individual who has a complaint regarding any aspect of this training should communicate in writing to the executive director of NACSW within 30 days after having completed the training. The executive director will conduct a review and respond in writing within 30 days of receiving this complaint. For more information, contact the NACSW office at or 203-270-8780.

Request for Accommodations

Please contact NACSW at, or 203.270.8780 if you would like to request a special accommodation.


Because this is a home study training session, there is no direct contact and/or communication between the individual taking this training and the session speaker. Interactivity for this training consists of the interaction between a person registered for this training session and the materials and content offered in this session.

Contact Information

If you have questions pertaining to the content of the training (session content, outline, content level, continuing education contact hours, etc.), contact or 203.270.8780. You will receive a response within 24 hours. If you are in need of technical support, send an email to You will receive a response from the program's technical support manager within 8 hours, 7 days a week.