Networking, Community Building and Leadership

How do you want to be involved in your professional association? There are so many ways!

  • Become actively involved on a BCASW practice committee
  • Serve on your local branch executive or on the provincial BCASW Board
  • Join the Perspectives editorial committee
  • Write an article for Perspectives
  • Share your knowledge and expertise by presenting a teleseminar for fellow members
  • Work with your branch to develop local advocacy initiatives
  • Plan events during Social Work Week that heighten the visibility and profile of Social Work
  • Participate on task forces and virtual groups related to your interests or field of practice
  • Add your name to our Mentoring Roster and share your wisdom and expertise with a fellow member
  • Help plan branch educational and networking events
  • Join the Fall Conference planning committee
  • Lend your expertise to BCASW as a media spokesperson
  • Be the BCASW liaison to your local School of Social Work
  • Attend branch events and network, network, network!


Membership in BCASW offers countless ways to develop your leadership skills, contribute to your community and to network with colleagues far and wide.

Let us know how you would like to be involved!

How has BCASW made a difference for our members? Read some comments from our recent member survey.

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