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WSSWA Spring Conference - School-Based Sexual Violence Response

  • 04/23/2020
  • 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
  • Lussier Family Heritage Center, 3101 Lake Farm Rd, Madison, WI 53711
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Registration

  • Registration fee for current members.
  • Registration for members who are retired school social workers or students in a current school social work program. There are a limited number of registrations at this price available.
  • Save money! Register as a member BEFORE registering for the conference this year to then enjoy the member rate. This is the registration fee for non-members. If you sign up for a membership first, you can then pay the member rate for the conference.

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2020 Spring Conference

School-Based Sexual Violence Response


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April 23rd, 9-3:30 pm at the Lussier Family Heritage Center, Madison

Registration limited to the first 100 applicants, so act quickly!

Members: $70

Non-members: $110 - includes free membership!

Food included in conference fee: breakfast and lunch

*School Social Workers: Please invite your district's Title IX Coordinator to attend as well!

 

Current members: log in to your account on the homepage to receive the member discount.

CEHs applied for from NASW WI


Registration Deadline: April 12th, 4pm

Purpose and Goals of the Conference:

In the wake of the #metoo movement and many highly publicized cases of sexual violence, students are increasingly disclosing experiences of sexual harassment and assault, both in and outside of school. School social workers and counselors are often expected to support affected students and coordinate investigations while assisting school administration in managing the resulting school culture throughout the process. Through interactive sessions with attorneys, professional educator/advocates, and Rape Crisis Center’s GameChangers youth advisory board, this conference will provide participants with:

1.       A shared understanding of sexual violence;
2.       Knowledge and skills to balance the needs and rights of students with the legal responsibilities of schools
3.       Best practices in supporting students; and
4.       A plan of action to take back to their school.

In an effort to go green, we ask that you bring your own water bottles (there will be water pitchers and fountains available for refills) and carpool with colleagues if you can.

Questions? email: wisconsinssw@gmail.com

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