The Social Work Club is committed to carrying out the mission of the Social Work profession within the campus community and external communities. We are dedicated to raising awareness of current social issues, helping members develop an equity mindset, and advocating for resilient and vulnerable populations. Within these efforts, we value and adhere to the NASW Code of Ethics to guide our decision-making. All are welcome who wish to work towards the common good and become change agents within our communities.

Contact(s)

Photo of Sunny  Smart
Sunny Smart President sunnysmart@my.cwi.edu
Photo of Jason  Congleton
Jason Congleton Vice President jasoncongleton@my.cwi.edu
Photo of Gabbi  Bergeson
Gabbi Bergeson Secretary gabbibergeron@my.cwi.edu
Photo of Mandy  Pena
Mandy Pena Treasurer mandypena@my.cwi.edu

Social Work Club Events

Social Work Club News and Blogs

CWI Giving Tree collections

Thanks to generous contributions from the College of Western Idaho community, the 2022 Giving Tree collected more than 500 gifts for Treasure Valley children in need for the holidays.

LGBTQ+ Panel Discussion with audience

Hosted by CWI Social Work Club, the second series of the LGBTQ+ Panel Discussion focused on community education of transgender and nonbinary identities and experiences.

CWI Social Work Club posing for a picture at a walk

College of Western Idaho's Social Work Club is helping make an impact on lives affected by abuse around the Treasure Valley through a community partnership.

2022 College of Western Idaho graduate, Craig Petersen

Speak Up! Ink Up!, a charity event hosted by 2022 College of Western Idaho graduate, Craig Petersen, raises nearly $11,500 for Idaho foster children.

Students pose for a photo at Student Leadership Banquet

Students at College of Western Idaho were recognized and celebrated for their leadership on campus and in the community at the Student Leadership Banquet Friday, April 15.

LGBTQ+ Panel Discussion and Q&A

College of Western Idaho’s Social Work Club is excited to present a community education panel and Q&A event focused on LBGTQ+ identities and experiences April 26.