The Social Work Club at Chadron State College is a place to make a difference—and to have fun doing it. Whether it’s building a float for the Chadron community Christmas Parade, raising donations for the annual Christmas coat drive, holding a bake sale, or participating in a club picnic, the students in the Social Work Club truly work to make a difference in the lives of individuals and families living in the Northwest corner of Nebraska. The club is about sharing experiences, making friends, and learning what it is that makes social workers such critically important professionals in any community. More pictures of Social Work Club at local events.
A highlight for the Social Work Club is a three day field trip to Lincoln for the annual Nebraska Social Workers Legislative Day conference which is sponsored by the Nebraska chapter of NASW (National Association of Social Workers). This exciting conference includes lunch with state senators, observing a floor debate at the capitol, education programs and a chance to meet with other social work students from across the state. It’s a field trip that students enjoy year after year. See more pictures of field trips and conferences.