LSWO Latinx Social Work Conference- Portland
May 18-20, 2023
The Latino Social Workers Organization (LSWO) invites all social work professionals, allied health professionals, and social work faculty to submit proposals for this 2023 Conference at Portland State University School of Social Work.
Exhibitor space and LSWO La Familia Sponsorships are available. Please complete the online form below.
For over 20 years, the LSWO has focused on bringing quality continuing education to social workers, students, and allied health professionals. We have had conferences, in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Miami, and Seattle. We are a network of social work faculty and professional social workers who believe in the recruitment and retention of Latinx students in higher education.
Portland State University is hosting this conference. We appreciate their support and guidance in the planning of this conference. The agenda for May 18-19, 2023 will include Keynotes, Panels, and Workshops. At our recent conference in Seattle, all attendees appreciated the opportunity to focus on the future of Latinx Social Work Practice, with an opportunity to listen to social workers share their personal and professional challenges in. Faculty, professionals, and students participated in focus groups. So, on May 20, 2023, we will continue to integrate this special day of the conference.
LSWO Continuing Education 2023
Welcom to the Latino Social Workers Organization (LSWO) 2023 Continuing Education website. The LSWO will have 2 conferences for 2023.
The call for proposals for the Portland Conference is closed. We will be providing a listing of the Workshops/Panels approved for the 2023 Portland Conference, as well as highlight keynote speakers by 2/16/2023.
The LSWO is currently developing 3 more educational programs on the West Coast and East Coast for 2024. More information will be shared once we have confirmed.
One of the programs will be a educational/retreat program in Mexico in 2024. Please complete the online interest form below. This program will be limited to 90 social workers.