She brings sound experience in collaborative management, innovative programming, and workforce development
October 14, 2019
June 18, 2019
She expresses her gratitude to Berkeley Social Welfare and CalSWEC’s statewide stakeholder community.
May 10, 2019
Yenifer Gallegos-Mejia will receive $250 and her framed infographic depicting “The History of U.S. Social Work as a Profession”
April 1, 2019
In a Year of Change, CalSWEC Stands Firm in Its Mission and Makes Inroads in Social Worker Education and Training | April 2019
Organization responds to operational, personnel, and budget-related challenges
January 4, 2019
Three CalSWEC staff have been promoted to directorships, rounding out the organization’s Executive Team as the new year begins
December 6, 2018
Its new location is Haviland Hall, also home to Berkeley Social Welfare
December 4, 2018
Brackeen et al. v. Zinke decision prompts the statement, which includes 131 signatories from the CalSWEC consortium
October 16, 2018
CalSWEC moves forward with its Five-Year Workplan
May 30, 2018
Over 150 attendees convened on April 13 in San Francisco to obtain information from local and national experts about the Indian Child Welfare Act.
May 15, 2018
Jo Chriselle Viray received $250 and her framed winning infographic depicting “Key Moments and Milestones in U.S. Social Welfare from 2010 to 2017."
April 2, 2018
Executive Director Virginia Rondero Hernandez relates CalSWEC's 2017 activities that achieved and surpassed the goals outlined in its Strategic 5-Year Work Plan.
January 29, 2018
Read about the projects and activities that CalSWEC staff are engaged in that reflect the organization's new tagline adopted in November 2017: Leadership. Partnership. Workforce Development.
October 2, 2017
After her first year as Executive Director, Virginia Rondero Hernandez reviews CalSWEC's considerable accomplishments and challenges.
May 25, 2017
Executive Director Virginia Rondero Hernandez provides an overview of the ground-breaking California Child Welfare Core Practice Model (CPM) and discusses its potential to profoundly affect the social work profession and outcomes for the people we serve
February 15, 2017
During these changing times, Executive Director Virginia Rondero Hernandez urges the entire CalSWEC community to join in CalSWEC's vital efforts to support its mission and Strategic Plan
March 4, 2016
CalSWEC’s Child Welfare In-Service Training Project welcomes Melinda Iremonger as a training and curriculum specialist.