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Call for Twitter Engagement
Michel Coconis
Published on: 4/21/2021
ACOSA members and supporters:  As we turn our attention to building our own infrastructure for more outreach and member and partner engagement, we want to invite you to remember ACOSA when you post to your Twitter, LinkedIn, or Facebook accounts.
Recording NOW Available: The End of Social Work
Rachel L. West
Published on: 4/21/2021
Last Thursday, ACOSA hosted Stephen Burghardt, Lisa Hawash, and Ric Munoz, who presented an enthralling webinar based around Burghardt's new book, The End of Social Work: A Defense of the Social Worker in Times of Transformation.
Recording NOW Available: ACOSA CP Certificate
Ana SanRoman
Published on: 3/24/2021
In this interactive workshop, we discuss our new ACOSA Community Practice Certificate that provides social work students and alumni an opportunity to earn a national credential in community and macro practice. We will review and discuss the framework and requirements for the certificate within the context of participants’ respective schools.

From the Chair

Message from the Co-Chairs: September 2021
Deb Adams and Rachel West, Interim Co-Chairs
Published on: 9/22/2021
We are looking for ACOSA members who are willing to share their passion for macro practice and macro social work education by stepping into leadership positions on our Board of Directors in 2022.

JCP Updates

JCP Digital Organizing Special Issue Available NOW!
Published on: 10/13/2021
Journal of Community Practice, Volume 29, Issue 3 (2021) is now available!

SPECIAL ISSUE: Digital Organizing: Definitions, Applications, Methods and Ethics

View the issue's Table of Contents.
JCP General Call for Submissions
Anna Maria Santiago and Richard J. Smith, JCP Editors
Published on: 1/20/2021
The Journal of Community Practice is looking for paper submissions in the following areas: community organizing, planning, social administration, organizational development, community development, social action, racial and social justice; and social change. As an interdisciplinary journal, we accept manuscripts from social work and the social sciences; urban planning; community, social and economic development; community organizing; policy analysis; urban and rural sociology; community health; public administration; and nonprofit management.