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Demand for Advocacy Jobs is Strong

Betsy Clark

People who want careers in advocacy are eager to represent, defend, support or intervene on behalf of individuals, groups and communities, National Association of Social Workers Executive Director Betsy Clark says.

Clark was interviewed by about careers in advocacy. is a new Web site that offers information and opportunities to people and organizations that support an environmentally sustainable world.

Clark says there should be a strong demand for advocacy professionals although competition for positions at respected organizations will be high. To read the full story on click here.

For more information on how social workers advocate on behalf of individuals, groups and communities check out NASW’s “Help Starts Here” Web site by clicking here.

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  1. I feel that social workers are the social engineers of today, they can make up the best people who are skilled up for advocacy, now that would add a credit to your masters or bachelors degree in social work , if one pursues further studies in law…..sadiya*(Masters of social Work, India..and currently studying law as well.)

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