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Over 60 Years of Learning, Sharing, Caring and Helping.

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NJASSW is an organization of certified school social workers. We provide opportunities for the professional growth of our members and actively support higher standards for school social work practice. We promote the extension of school social work services to all children, facilitating social/emotional and educational growth, eliminating barriers to learning, and linking school, family, and community.

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Learn how to become certified in New Jersey as a School Social Worker.

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Psychopharmacology Quick Facts 2017

This list was from a workshop that was presented by Dr. Mark Faber during Spring Institute for NJASSW. Dr. Faber is board certified in General Adult Psychiatry and Child/Adolescent Psychiatry. He has a private practice in Montclair N.J. Dr. Faber consults to school...

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50+ Practice Interview Questions to Land Your Next School Social Work Job

Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or a recent graduate, practicing answers to common interview questions is vital to being prepared. Listed below are over 50 questions you may encounter in your interview. Who are you? Tell us a little bit about yourself and why you are interested in a school social work position? What do you […]

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Open Call for Guest Posts

Fellow professionals who serve children in schools:  We are an amazing group, you know that? The willingness to share ideas and resources is one of our best features. You can go on Facebook or Twitter, ask a question, and hundreds of people are there to engage....

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