Nathalie Pouponneau, MSW, LMSW
New York Coordinator
Nathalie received her Masters of Social Work degree from Howard University School of Social Work in 2000. Her volunteer work at an area hospital prompted her to pursue an education in social work after recognizing the essential role the social worker played in ensuring quality care in the health care setting. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Howard University School of Arts and Sciences in 1997. Her professional experience ranges from child and family services to working with the critically ill in the nursing home setting. Nathalie has been the New York Office Coordinator since 2005. For more information about services or employment opportunities contact Nathalie at the New York Office: 914.637.0442 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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National Association of Social Workers
50 Broadway, Suite 1001
New York, New York 10004
New York State Education Department
Office of the Professions
State Education Building - 2nd floor
89 Washington Avenue
Albany, New York 12234
Not finding your location/city and want to explore temporary or permanent social work opportunities? Please contact Nathalie at 914.637.0442 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. On occasion, we have available work outside of local office areas.
Informational Meetings will be held on the 3rd Monday of every month at 11:00 a.m. Meetings are held at: 271 North Avenue, PH1 New Rochelle, NY 10801 Please RSVP to email@example.com subject line info session.
The Young Adult Internship Program (YAIP) is a 14 week workforce development internship program. YAIP targets young adults who are between the ages of 16-24, who are not working and not in school. YAIP begins with a 2- to 4-week orientation, conducted by DYCD-funded community based organizations (CBOs), which is followed by a 10- to 12-week paid internship that offers structured work opportunities incorporating ongoing education, as well as additional participant and employer support.
For more information, visit www.nyc.gov/dycd or call DYCD Youth Connect at 1-800-246-4646.
The NASW Westchester Division holds a monthly metoring group session for area social workers.
The group usually meets on the third Saturday of the month and members work tofether to conduct peer supervision, discuss issues faced by new social workers, list new job openings and much more. If you think the Westchester NASW Mentoring Group sounds right for you, click here
to learn more about the program or visit groups.yahoo.com/group/westchesternasw/
to join the group and recieve updates online.
Beginning January 2-11, the Association of Social Work Boards will reflect changes in the Bachelors, Masters, and Clinical exams. For more information visit: www.aswb.org.
New Resource for family caregivers. Caregiving presents considerable challenges-physical, emotional and economic. Emblem Health and the National Alliance for Caregiving have updated a resource for family caregivers, titled, Care for the Family Caregiver: A Place to Start. To view this entire booklet, visit: www.caregiving.org.
Health Insurance after job loss . . .
The United Hospital Foundation of New York has published a guide believed to be the first comprehensive roadmap for New Yorkers to understanding the new COBRA changes as reflected in the federal stimulus law enacted in February 2009. For more information about this guide visit: http://www.uhfnyc.org/
Social Work p.r.n. New York office has two affiliates that have recently written books.
Lucia McBee recently authored the book, Mindfulness Based Elder Care. Drawing on her years of experience as a geriatric social worker, her first book conveys the benefits of mindfulness through meditation, gentle yoga, massage, aromatherapy, humor, and other creative therapies to use with this special population. The book provides clear, concise instructions for her program, as well as a wealth of anecdotal and experiential exercises, to help readers at all levels. www.springerpub.com/prod.aspx?prod_id=1511x
The Social Work Registry provides a repository for social workers' credential information while serving as a verification source for social work licensing boards. This is a great resource for social workers who want to become licensed in various jurisdictions. The Registry lets you establish a permanent file containing primary source records important to your social work career. At your request, this information can be transmitted to any regulatory board to which you may apply for licensure. For more information go to:
National Association of Social Workers(NASW)
Office of Ethics and Professional Review(OEPR)
As a service to members, the OEPR provides ethics consultations for current NASW members. Ethic consultations are a resource for members who are experiencing an ethical dilemma. We do not provide advice or tell members what to do. However, we do guide them through the Code and point them to the areas of the Code that address their concerns. We provide dialogue and considerations that allow members to make ethical decisions. We may also refer members to the appropriate areas if their questions do not appear to be related to ethics but are more related to legal issues or standards of practice.
Hours & Contact Info:
10:00am - 1:00pm (EST) ext. 231
1:00pm - 4:00pm (EST) ext. 231
To join NASW, please log onto www.socialworkers.org and click on JOIN!
Staffing is a growing industry and Social Work p.r.n. pioneered social work staffing over 20 years ago. We continue to be a leader in Social Work boutique staffing services nationwide.