The CBSW exists to engage, connect, and empower Black social work students and professionals.
We have several opportunities for Black social workers to engage with each other. Whether you are looking to network and socialize, attend a training or workshop, or mentor a college or graduate student, we want you to be engaged in the community and in our profession.
The CBSW Values Training, Education, and Amplifying Black Voices. Multiple panel discussions are held each year for the Black social work community can discuss issues that are relevant and pertinent to their experience. Most of the training opportunities are virtual so that you can log on from anywhere!
Mentorship is vitally important to the CBSW. It is our goal to match every Black social work student that desires connection with a Black professional social worker for the purposes of mentorship, guidance, and coaching.
Social gatherings like cookouts and holiday parties as well as Networking events keep us connected to one another. Connection is important for our growth and our maturity as social workers.
Empowering students to achieve their leadership potential by providing opportunities for them to have leadership roles in the student organization, on their campuses, and in the community.
Empowering students through instilling the principles of serving the local Black community and re-investing our time, talent, and gifts to uplift all.
Mission to Engage, Connect, and Empower Black Social Workers