NASW-NJ 


Annual Conference & Exhibition

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Each year nearly 1,500 social workers and related professionals come together for our annual meeting of the profession in Atlantic City for three days of learning, growth, networking and respite.  As one of the largest statewide social work conferences in the nation, this event is a hallmark of our chapter that offers participants an opportunity to learn from experts in the field, earn over 20 continuing education credits and complete specialty courses such as our clinical supervision program and leadership certification. 

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Attendee Registration 

is now open!

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Download the Conference Brochure

Register Online

For inquiries, contact

conference.naswnj@socialworkers.org

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Exhibitor Registration

is now open! 

Early Bird Act Now


Download the Exhibitor Prospectus

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For inquiries, contact

jfeldman.naswnj@socialworkers.org

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CONFERENCE SPONSORS!


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Hear What Our Returning Exhibitors Have to Say

"Hampton Behavioral Health Center has been a proud sponsor and exhibitor at the Annual NASW-NJ Conference for several years. We consistently see a positive return on investment after every conference as there are many opportunities to showcase our array of services, network with the attendees, and connect with old friends. My staff and I look forward to meeting you there this year!"

Anne Marie Biddle
Director of Business Development
Hampton Behavioral Health Center

"The New Jersey Department of Children and Families has exhibited at the NASW-NJ Conference for many, many years and will continue to do so. We exhibit not only because this is 'our audience,' but because of the consistent quality of the conference. It is three days of exceptional value – for us, and for the attendees. We are happy to be a part of it."

Rick Hager
Community Outreach Coordinator
NJ Department of Children and Families

"Penn Medicine Princeton House has exhibited at the NASW-NJ Annual Conference for the past 11 years and it is considered one of our most important conferences of the year. We are able to connect with hundreds of social workers who are seeking resources for their patients. It's also an excellent opportunity to network with other facilities and agencies who are exhibiting at the conference. The entire experience is well organized and benefits our marketing efforts which makes it a must attend event."

Michael Redford
Sr. Community Representative
Penn Medicine Princeton House Behavioral Health

"Exhibiting at the NASW-NJ Annual Conference was one of the best decisions CASA of NJ made in 2019. CASA of New Jersey’s partnership with NASW-NJ presented our organization with a chance to connect with a large number of diverse, committed professionals in an organization that proudly promotes, develops, and strengthens the practice of social work and social workers throughout the state. We are most appreciative and look forward to our participation as an exhibitor in 2020!"

Helen Davis
Statewide Volunteer Sourcing Coordinator
CASA of NJ, Inc.

“The NASW-NJ Annual Conference has been a “must-go-to event” for Supreme Consultants year after year. The event allows us to meet many professionals and social workers from all around our state. The location is fitting for the variety of vendors advertising their service, and the great workshops attract a variety of candidates seeking to gain professional development credits/CEUs.The NASW-NJ Annual Conference is an event that we will continue to attend not just to network, but also for entertainment and a little relaxation when time permits. Kudos to the NASW-NJ staff for their consistency in delivering a great event year after year!”

Gustavo H. Estrada
President & CEO
Supreme Consultants, LLC

“We exhibit each year because it gives us access to established social workers, as well as social work students and recent graduates, who are interested in learning about our treatment programs for adolescent girls and women struggling with eating disorders. “

Nancy Graham
Professional Relations Representative
The Renfrew Center