Send Us Your Nominations for the 2015 NASW Media Awards!
The National Association of Social Workers Media Awards recognize reporters, bloggers, columnists, television producers, movie directors and other media professionals who help raise awareness about the social work profession and issues important to social workers.
Last year, more than 1,300 social workers and others voted for 40 award nominees. Winners in 2014 included the PBS documentary “The Powerbroker: Whitney Young’s Fight for Civil Rights” about past NASW President Whitney M. Young Jr. and the New York Times article “Overcoming Addiction, Professor Tackles Perils American Indians Face” by reporter Alan Schwarz.
We are now accepting nominees for the 2015 NASW Media Awards.
This year we will accept nominees in 10 categories.
NASW invites you to nominate newspaper articles, newspaper columns, magazine stories, blogs, radio segments, television news programs, TV shows, films, film documentaries, and trade publications that you think best portrayed the social work profession in 2014.
Past winners may be renominated.
Nominations will be accepted online until February 15, 2015. NASW members and the public will be asked to vote on the finalists during Social Work Month in March and the winners will be announced after the end of the month.
Submit as many separate entries as you wish.
If you have questions about nominations or voting please contact Greg Wright at email@example.com. Thanks for your support!
NASW Media Award Nomination Form
- Best in Mental Health (weeks of 1/5 - 1/19/2014) - SocialWork.Career
- Best in Mental Health (wk of 1/2/2012) - SocialWork.Career