Wednesday NetWORK 12/2019

DECEMBER’S WEDNESDAY NETWORK

Are You Sitting At The Table Or Watching
From The Sidelines?

The Wednesday NetWORK – Meet the new email newsletter from NSWM curated just for you the first Wednesday of every month.

In order to sit at the table, there are many things involved. We at NSWM want to help you get there whether it’s featuring organizations looking for top talent such as yourself or providing you resume and interviewing tips to get you the management job you desire. The NetWORK will be everything work-related from job posts to resources on making a first impression to career development.

FEATURED ARTICLES FOR JOB SEEKERS & EMPLOYERS

Take 5: How to Be Prepared for Important Career Moments
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How to manage a team when you all have radically different work styles
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How To Be An Inclusive Leader When Hiring And Promoting Employees
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Getting Over Your Fear of Talking About Diversity
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Welcome to the Wednesday NetWORK (WN), a newsletter curated for you on the first Wednesday of every month!

WN highlights the work of human service organizations and draws attention to the impact the organization and its staff is having in the community.
HOW IS YOUR ORGANIZATION DISTINGUISHED FROM OTHERS?
WHAT TYPE OF OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE WITHIN YOUR ORGANIZATION?
SHARE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES!

THANK YOU TO OUR 2019 ORGANIZATION FEATURES

This past year, The Network for Social Work Management had the opportunity to highlight the important work of four (4) organization who are doing great work for their community.

Mental Health Association of Oregon (MHAO) is a unique organization in that the majority of its positions require lived experience of mental health and/or addiction challenges. This also applies to positions that work with specific communities, like those who are justice-involved. For example, if a role will be supporting pregnant women who struggle with addiction, we would look for that lived experience in a candidate (or the ability to connect with that community) as well.

RS Counseling & Wellness Center believes in the power of the individual to learn, teach, inspire, and heal while accessing unique services that have been proven to benefit a person’s wellness and resiliency. We service people of all backgrounds with a specialty in Black/African-American and Other Racial or Ethnic Backgrounds. We believe in contributing to the decrease of mental health stigma and an advancement of groundbreaking culturally appropriate programs which generates greater acceptance of culturally specific-facilitated services.
Tanager Place services focus on the needs of child and his/her family. Programs are nurturing and structured to ensure results. Distinguishable programming includes: Prevention services at our urban camp, mentoring opportunities, treatment for seriously mentally ill children, outpatient, case management services and skill based interventions. Expressive Arts is offered with sustainability guaranteed through the commitment of the Board of Directors and a generous donor community.

The Overtown Children and Youth Coalition (OCYC) is formed by a group of community stakeholders, professionals, parents, government officials, residents and youth charged with designing and implementing the Children and Youth Collective Impact Master Plan to improve outcomes for all of Overtown’s children. The strength and necessity of unified efforts to move the needle and advocate for real change in such a challenged neighborhood has long-been established.

VIEW OCYC FEATURE

Feature YOUR Organization in 2020!