School of Social Work students participated in this year's virtual National Association of Social Workers Legislative Education and Advocacy Days alongside hundreds of other students, faculty, and social work professionals in Florida. On the first day, they received advocacy training and learned about important legislation before the state legislature that would affect social workers and their clients. The following day, students met with the legislators, including State Representative Anna Eskamani.
Social work students participate in Legislative Education and Advocacy Day
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