Click the link to learn more about the programs they are implementing! 

2015 Recipients of the SSWAA Conference Scholarship:

Shoshanna Everhart & Julie Rosier 


Our 2017 SSWAA Conference 

Scholarship recipient was

Maria Huber!

Read about her experience at the

SSWAA Conference in San Diego this past March. 

Congratulations!

To the following ​

 Mini-Grant recipients:

 

Kelly Hartman:

Matters of Mindfulness 


Nancy Flemming: 

The Mindfulness Project 


Dee Knop: 

Camp Care-A-Lot


Amy Wolos: 

Kind Classroom  


Scholarships​


Scholarships will be made available to the regular membership of INSSWA for both the Midwest Conference and SSWAA Conference, as monies are available.  The number and amount of scholarships will be dependent on the availability of funds and decided by the INSSWA Board each year. 


For further information, please contact Jane Zobel

Mini-Grants 

INSSWA offers two opportunities during the school year for full members to apply for a mini-grant in the amount of $100-$500.00. While mini-grant applications may be submitted anytime during the year, the deadlines for each cycle are January 31st and August 31st, with funding decisions being made shortly thereafter.   Grant requests may be fully or partially funded.

The purpose of these grants is to help school social workers establish or enhance programs that provide direct services to students and/or their families.  Grant recipients are expected to write a short descriptive paragraph about their program, as well as provide a curricular outline of their program to be posted on the INSSWA website (non-copyrighted information).  Members are encouraged to apply if they have an existing program for which new materials are needed, or have an idea for implementation of a new program.

Grant guidelines and information may be found on the INSSWA website or by contacting our Mini-Grant Chairperson, Terry Miller.

Mini-Grants & Scholarships​