Social Work Advocacy Day
Thursday, February 28
Illinois Capitol Building
SOCIAL WORK ADVOCACY DAY 2013
Thursday, February 28
The Prairie Capital Convention Center
Sponsored by NASW-Illinois
Sample of Legislation to be highlighted at Event:
Illinois Assault Weapons Ban
Marriage Equality Act
Full NASW agenda to follow
Sign-up: Lewis Towers, Room 850
Registration: Paid by School of Social Work!
Transportation: Coach Bus- reduced rate $15!
Must sign-up to reserve bus seat!
Registration Deadline: 2/15/13
Depart from 25 E. Pearson - 4:45 AM return 6:30 PM
For Info Contact:
Jim Fogerty, Student Services firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Feltman email@example.com NASW Liaison
Chris Leach firstname.lastname@example.org NASW Liaison
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