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 Welcome to Our Classifieds Section

Website Classified Ads are a fee-based service of NASW-TN to the social work community.

How to Post an Ad
If you would like to post an ad on our website, simply click on the following link:Submit Classified Ad. This will take you to our online store where you can purchase the ad. After purchase, you will be emailed the link where you can create your ad.  (Check your Junk email folder if you do not quickly receive the link.)
The fee to run a Classified Ad is $30 for a 30-day listing.  You may pay via credit card (you will be asked for this information after you submit the ad).  Your ad will not be approved for viewing until payment information has been received. Our classified ads are designed for brief announcements. We encourage our customers to include a weblink or contact person for additional detailed information.
Running an Ad Longer than 30 Days
If you would like an ad to run longer than 30 days, please re-post the ad.


Posting Multiple Ads
If you need to post multiple ads, please purchase and submit each ad separately.


Advertising Policy:  All ad copy is subject to the publisher’s approval.  NASW-TN reserves the right to reject ads for any reason.  Publication of an ad does not constitute endorsement, approval of the service, product, or point of view, nor does NASW guarantee accuracy of information presented.  Advertisers should be equal opportunity employers and advertisements for professional social work services should comply with NASW Standards for Clinical Practice and the NASW Code of Ethics.


See Current Ads


To browse current ads, use our "Search for Openings" function. You can enter search parameters or simply click the search button to review all openings. Use the following link to

See Current Ads here.

Disclaimer: Publication of an advertisement does not constitute endorsement or approval of any product or service advertised, or any point of view, standard, or opinion presented therein. NASW-TN is not responsible for any claims made in an advertisement appearing in its publications or on its website
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