Natural Language Processing (NLP) for clinical and biomedical narratives is one of the well-established, yet rapidly growing and constantly gaining popularity areas of Medical Informatics. As this research field expands, the need for broader community engagement and resource sharing is growing. As a result, AMIA NLP-WG Pre-Symposium became a venue where AMIA researchers with interest in NLP come together and focus on the issues that augment the NLP-oriented presentations and events during AMIA Fall Symposium. These workshops have provided significant learning opportunities for newcomers to the field and have supported advancement of the state-of-the-art and sharing of resources and applications. In support of these goals, the AMIA NLP working group pre-symposium continues the tradition since its inception in 2012 to provide a unique platform for close interactions among students, scholars, and industry professionals who are interested in clinical NLP. For a full-day in-person workshop, we propose three sections: 1) a graduate student consortium, an educational activity where students present their work and get feedback from experienced researchers in the field; 2) a state-of-the-art biomedical and clinical NLP session; 3) an interactive panel session for recent NLP efforts on extracting and using the social and behavioral determinants of health (SDOH) information from clinical notes. Should the workshop be virtual, we propose to condense the sessions to half-day and replace some of the sessions with an overview of clinical NLP, supporting and augmenting AMIA Year in Review activities.