Social workers join NASW to advance in their careers, connect with colleagues, and protect their practice — all while advocating for the profession and important social issues.
NASW members enjoy benefits and networking at the national and chapter level, for one annual fee. NASW members abide by the profession’s Code of Ethics and represent the very best of social work in academia, practice, research, and policy.
Social work is complex, and resources for clients can be limited. When social workers unite by joining NASW, the social work profession has a larger voice and more influence with elected leaders, policymakers, and employers to make critical changes that support the profession and society.
The efforts of NASW Wyoming are made possible by membership dues, fees from
educational offerings, national support, and the commitment and
dedication of our volunteer leadership.