Students from the Touro College Graduate School of Social Work went to Washington several weeks ago to lobby for support for H.R. 1466, “The Dorothy I. Height/Whitney M. Young, Jr. Social Work Reinvestment Act.” The bill addresses workforce shortages and would create a Social Work Reinvestment Commission. The students were accompanied by Assistant Professor and Director of Student Advancement Allison Bobick, MSW, LCSW, and Director of Administrative Services and Director of the GSSW’s Brooklyn Division Elhanan Marvit, MSW, LCSW. Pictured are Bobick and Marvit with students Dena Glazer (top) and Leanne Poploff, Veronica Olivares, Esti Marcus, and Meira Cohen (middle row, L–R).
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