|African Centered Academy|
Thank you so much for your interest in the Academy of African Centered Social Work (AACSW). We are truly excited that you have chosen to join the 2017-2018 Cohort. If you are interested in joining us, you will need to submit an application which will be immediately reviewed for completeness, so be sure to make sure to answer all questions. Once our team reviews your application, we will send out confirmations of acceptance by February 15, 2017. Be advised that there is a $25 application fee, which can be paid upon submission of the application form below.
1. Complete and submit the Application Form Below
2. You will be directed to submit your $25 non-refundable application fee after submitting this form. Your application will not be reviewed if your application fee has not been submitted. If accepted, you will receive instructions to submit your Academy tuition payments.
Shortly after March 1, 2017, you will receive correspondence on the next steps for the process of beginning work for AACSW. We are so excited to get started and want to get to know all of you that will be participating and who will successfully be in the 50th Anniversary graduating class of the AACSW. Our team promises to provide the necessary support to make you succeed in this endeavor. Under the leadership of our esteemed Paramount Instructor, Dr. Colita Nichols Fairfax, you are also going to experience the integration of an internet based Integrated Learning System to empower us to connect collectively and get the information needed for you to become a successful graduate of AACSW.
To participate in the academy, attendance to the 49th Washington, DC conference is mandatory. Click here to access the conference registration form.
In the spirit of Collective Responsibility,we are excited for you to participate in NABSW's powerful Academy for African Centered Social Work.
We hope you decide to be a part of this life changing experience!
Asante Sana (Thank you very much),
Dr. Colita Nichols Fairfax
Dr. Leslie Hollingsworth
Professor Karen L. Allen