Workforce Development Month

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Spread the Word

Help us spread the word about Workforce Development Month! Here’s how:

  • Customize and share the messages below with staff and leadership. You can also print and post the 2023 Poster and a customizable event flyer.
  • RT or share one or more of NCWWI’s social media posts
  • Create a social media post by customizable the content below. Download the graphics as a zip file or right click and save a specific image on the home page.
  • Share the event page on Facebook and invite colleagues: https://fb.me/e/12d3qdb3s
  • Share the event page on LinkedIn and invite contacts who work in our field: https://bit.ly/435inr0

Message for Staff

As part of Child Welfare Worker Appreciation Week, September 11-15, 2023, NCWWI and the Children’s Bureau are hosting a one-hour virtual Child Welfare Worker Recognition Event on Tuesday, September 12 at 3 pm EDT [change to your time zone]. As we come together to honor and recognize YOU and your colleagues, the air will be filled with collective positive energy from a shared appreciation for the immense challenges faced, and the victories families achieved with our support. Mark your calendars, spread the word, and prepare for all the fun! Register to attend at NCWWI.org/CWworkforce. [Add other celebration details]

Message for Leadership/Managers/Supervisors

September is Workforce Development Month and Child Welfare Worker Appreciation Week is September 11-15, 2023. In this newsletter, https://conta.cc/3Kiy9Ifby the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute, get tips on how to celebrate and support your workforce. We hope you supervisors will:

  • Plan celebration activities for Child Welfare Worker Appreciation Week. View the 2023 Recognition Kit, https://bit.ly/3QmHaUt, for ideas.
  • Promote and support staff attendance of the one-hour virtual Child Welfare Worker Recognition Event on Tuesday, September 12 at 3 pm EDT [change to your time zone]. Event details and registration information is available at NCWWI.org/CWworkforce.
  • Submit thank you messages, video clips, and images for this year’s Child Welfare Worker Recognition Event. To do this, fill out the form, https://bit.ly/3Kkac3m, and submit files by EOD on August 31, 2023. Thank you messages will be shown at the beginning of this year’s recognition event and we’ll close the event with a thank you video made up of the video clips and images submitted.

Social Media

Share/retweet a post from our social media or write your own post. There are graphics and customizable content below. On social media, please tag us and use the hashtags #CWworkforce and #childwelfare so others can join in the conversation.

  • September is Child Welfare Workforce Development Month! How will you celebrate? https://conta.cc/3Kiy9If #CWworkforce
  •  This Child Welfare Workforce Development Month we are joining @NCWWI by sharing resources that help to strengthen & support the #CWworkforce: [Add the link to your resource] #childwelfare
  • Plan celebration activities for Child Welfare Worker Appreciation Week, September 11-15, 2023. View the 2023 Recognition Kit, https://bit.ly/3QmHaUt, for ideas! #CWworkforce
  • Join the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute and the Children’s Bureau for this year’s Child Welfare Worker Recognition Event, September 12 at 3:00 pm EDT. Learn more and register: NCWWI.org/CWworkforce #CWworkforce
  • I’m attending this year’s virtual Child Welfare Worker Recognition Event on September 12. I hope all child welfare professionals will join me! NCWWI.org/CWworkforce
  • [Infographic] Why is a commitment to child welfare workforce development so essential? http://bit.ly/1Sw4tIW
  • [Infographic] What do child welfare professionals do? Learn about the important role these hard-working individuals play in supporting families, youth, and children in your community: http://bit.ly/31fb8NT
  • [Infographic] All of us must work together to build and sustain a climate where children, youth, and families thrive. Share these ideas on how everyone can make a difference in their community: https://bit.ly/3P6bqzy