Join us for Macro on the Menu on November 4th in room 3E36 from 5-6. Macro on the Menu is excited to have Adam Schneider join us to share about his experiences in macro social work and have an open career discussion with anyone interested in a macro social work career.
Adam Schneider teaches and learns at the University of Maryland School of Social Work (UMSSW), where he serves as a clinical instructor – facilitating courses on community organizing, social policy, legislative advocacy, political theory and social action. He has worked as an outreach worker, case manager, policy advocate, and community organizer with people who are living in poverty and without housing - in Baltimore at at Health Care for the Homeless and the Beans & Bread Center of St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore. He developed and facilitated community-based experiential learning programs in Baltimore; Madison, Wisconsin; and in central Appalachia. In addition to his work at the UMSSW, Adam is engaged in the efforts of the adjunct faculty union at McDaniel College, which he helped to organize, and is a member and supporter of several grassroots initiatives undertaken by people who are deprived of housing that seek to overturn the dominant paradigm and create more just society. He has graduate degrees from the Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland’s School of Social Work.
A small fall snack will be provided, but please feel free to bring your lunch.
Upcoming MOTM Professional Connections:
11/18 @ 12:15-1:15 PM: Kim Wireman, LCSW-C, CEO of Powell Recovery Center
12/2 @ 5-6 PM: Ann Ciecot, Partner at Public Policy Partners