(2 CEU Live Webinar) Census 2020: Making Sure Every Community Counts

Thursday, December 12 2019 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM [EST]

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Thursday, December 12 2019 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM [EST]

2 Ethics CE credits

Census  2020: Making Sure Every Community Counts

Presenters: Terri Klemm (Centenary University) and Peter Chen (Advocates for Children of NJ)

The US Constitution requires a decennial Census count of every living person in the United States. Many communities that social workers serve are considered “hard-to-count” populations, often missed by the Census. As we near the upcoming Census, this is a good time to make sure we are well informed about how the Census impacts funding, data and legislative representation, special challenges for the 2020 count, and how to support efforts to Get Out the Count with an awareness of the ethical and legal mandates that guide social workers’ engagement in social and political action. 

Attendees will be able to

  • Recognize the importance and challenges of the 2020 Census
  • Identify “hard-to-count” groups and strategies to reach them
  • Understand the roles social workers can play in Get Out the Count efforts

 

ONCE YOU HAVE REGISTERED FOR THIS COURSE, PLEASE WATCH YOUR EMAIL FOR A CONFIRMATION THAT WILL CONTAIN INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO SIGN-UP FOR GOTOWEBINAR ACCESS FOR THIS COURSE.

All participants are required to take a post-test. CE certificates will be e-mailed within 7 days of successful completion of the webinar and post-test.

 

Cost for this course:

Regular Price: $57
NASW Member Discounted Price: $37 (Members save over 35%!)

 

For those licensed in NY: NASW New Jersey Chapter SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #0138.


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Terri Klemm
Centenary University

Terri Klemm, Professor of Social Work and BSW Program Director at Centenary University, helped to establish Centenary’s BSW Program more than a decade ago after many years of experience as a social work practitioner. She has been honored with Centenary’s Distinguished Teaching Award and was named NASW-NJ Social Worker of the Year in 2016. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with certifications in Clinical Social Work Supervision, Disaster Response Crisis Counseling, and Trauma Response & Crisis Intervention. She earned her MSW at Rutgers University and her DSW at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Her areas of interest include civic engagement, and she has learned a great deal about the 2020 Census as a volunteer with Wind of the Spirit, an immigrant resource center in Morristown, NJ.

About Terri Klemm

Centenary University
Peter Chen
Policy Counsel, Advocates for Children of NJ

Peter Chen is policy counsel at Advocates for Children of New Jersey. His work includes coordinating non-profit and community-based organizations on Census outreach in 2020. In addition to Census work, Peter is responsible for policy analysis and advocacy at the state and local level, in areas such as childhood lead poisoning prevention, chronic absenteeism, paid family leave and early intervention services for very young children with disabilities. Peter began working at ACNJ as a 2014 Skadden Fellow. Prior to joining ACNJ, Peter clerked for Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson of the Wisconsin Supreme Court and taught high school English in Chicago. He received his J.D. from Yale Law School, and his B.A. from Indiana University-Bloomington.

https://acnj.org/

About Peter Chen

Policy Counsel, Advocates for Children of NJ