To help connect NACSW members who have similar interests, experience, or expertise on topics of particular importance to Christians in social work, NACSW currently supports various social media groups and listservs (electronic email lists).
Open to all NACSW members and friends, NACSW’s Facebook groups allow participants to post and receive messages, photos, videos, and information of interest to Christians in social work.
Other Social Media:
To help connect NACSW members “across the miles,” NACSW supports a growing list of specialty listservs.
Open to all NACSW members as a free benefit of membership, NACSW’s listservs allow subscribers to send and receive group email messages via the Internet to/from other listserv subscribers wherever they may happen to live or work – listservs have no geographical boundaries. Listservs are a wonderful way of facilitating online discussions and making connections with your colleagues throughout North America, and beyond!
Listservs are intended to be an open forum for members to express their perspectives on a wide range of issues and interests. Views expressed by individual members’ entries do not necessarily reflect those of NACSW.
Current listservs supported by NACSW include:
Social Work Research Listserv
To find out more about and/or to subscribe to nacsw-research (facilitated discussions on issues involving research issues and collaborations of particular interest to Christians in social), visit: http://nacsw.info/mailman/listinfo/research_nacsw.info
Racial Justice Listserv
To find out more about and/or to subscribe to nacsw-racial-justice (facilitated discussions between individuals who are interested in learning about and exploring ways to address issues related to racial equality, justice, and reconciliation), visit: http://nacsw.info/mailman/listinfo/racial_justice_nacsw.info
To find out more about and/or to subscribe to nacsw-alleviating-poverty (facilitated discussions between individuals who belong to an NACSW member interest group committed to learning about and exploring ways of address poverty and related issues locally, domestically, and around the world), visit: http://nacsw.info/mailman/listinfo/poverty_nacsw.info
Adventist Members Listserv
To find out more about and/or to subscribe to nacsw-adventists (as a means of fostering open communication among NACSW members who are Seventh Day Adventists, or interested in topics of special interest and relevance to Adventists in social work.), visit: http://nacsw.info/mailman/listinfo/adventists_nacsw.info