a. What social work values are most central to you? How should they be incorporated into social policies? The social work values that are most central to me include service to humanity, social justice, human dignity and worth, integrity, and competence. Most importantly, the value of services to humanity is central to me and the foundation for the additional social work values that are central to me because it reflects the importance of helping others and having the ability to put others’ needs before my own, which I feel is the basis for effectively practicing social work.
I encouraged new ideas- such as finding easier ways to improve fundraising- into meetings that would be beneficial to my class. I have set an example for my class by aiding with the pep rally-as well as participating in it- and helping to organize the Sophomore Semi. Being able to lead in these activities gave me a
Please accept my resume to showcase my interest in the position of Resident Assistant. I believe that I am an excellent candidate due to my leadership ability, my academic achievement, and my overall attitude. I am a firm believer in academia being the top priority while in college and I have proven this attitude through my performance over the past semester. As a Political Science and International Business double major at Monmouth College, who is on the Pre-Law track, I aspire to work in politics one day as a Political Campaign Manager. My academic attitude, I believe, is important for a Resident Assistant to hold because as a RA, one should be a role model for the other members of the hall.
Good morning Hollie, It was a pleasure meeting you at Women Who Brunch this weekend. Thank you for considering purchasing an advertisement for the Ms. Phi Beta Sigma Scholarship Pageant at the University of Houston. In preparation for this pageant I have been challenging myself to explore service in ways I have not before by hosting empowerment projects in both the Chicago and Houston metropolitan areas. Just recently, I partnered with the Chicago clothing line, Almvghty to raise money for an anti violence youth program on the city 's south side. Since November, I have been leading a African American literature club with Project Row House 's Third Ward College Bound Program.
I immediately knew that forensics was what I wanted to do, but I still had so much to learn about the field of study. My sophomore year of high school in my civics class I realized that I also had a passion for law. This led to me meeting with my school’s career counselor and my civics teacher to try and figure which one I should choose. Kerri Loury, my guidance counselor, advised me to join Wayne County’s Teen Court program my junior year and after meeting with several people who worked in both law and forensics I discovered that I could do both. I quickly scrambled to find out how I could go about doing both and I talked with several people who work for Wayne County to plan out my career path.
Hello, I am Haley Wehner and I am a student studying Political Science and International Studies at Capital University. I live in Saginaw and will be home over the summer. I was hoping there was some way that a friend of mine, who also studies Political Science, and I, could volunteer for Mr. Kelly and his campaign. We have prior experience volunteering for campaigns and would be willing to do anything to
I have enrolled in the other capstone course, ESPM 4041W for the fall semester. I will be bringing a plethora of experience from 4021W and use it to my advantage next semester in 4041W. In January, I envisioned myself developing and refining my personal goals in order to find a career that supports my values. Renewable energy and mitigating climate change have remained as two of my highest values throughout the semester. I feel as though I can still accomplish these goals while working in environmental review.
Last week, we had the pleasure of sitting down and talking with Julie Nickerson, a Junior at Simmons College. Nickerson is currently pursuing a double major in Business Management as well as Public Relations, Marketing & Communications and a minor in health care management at Simmons. Nickerson has built her career over a variety of roles ranging from interning at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts last summer, to currently working for Simmons College as a Student Worker in the Academic Programs Office. We wanted to get to know Nickerson more, so we asked her a couple of questions regarding her college decision and life post-graduation: Where did you grow up?
The Pedroso Center, enhanced my prospective and knowledge of the LGBTQA social justice. On my second day at Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU) I was invited to the Pedroso Center for the first time to engage in a discussion with other being an incoming freshman regarding how I feel about coming to Northeastern. At this time I was able to hear from staff and students about the experience that they’ve been through while being a part of the NEIU community. While at the Pedroso Center I got the chance to learn more about what the Pedroso Center is at NEIU for. The Pedroso Center provides space to create a diverse community amongst NEIU students.
When I was in high school, I always said that my dream was to attend college here in NYC. My mother made everything to make that dream come true, and here we are, all three of us my mom, my little sis and me living in the famous city of New York. Since day one I’ve been trying to accomplish that goal, to have my bachelors degree. In Puerto Rico I was on my second semester on criminal justice in the University of PR in
I am in pursuit a rewarding phlebotomist career. I'm down to earth, honest, dependable, and hard-working. I greatly enjoy working with patients. Would like to work in an environment that challenges me to grow, continuously learn, and advance not only professionally but personally. I pick up new skills and tasks pretty quickly, and I also take constructive criticism very well.
I have never met or read about any person that is remotely close to Ove. In the book A man called Ove, Ove is a man growing old and tired. His wife has died off and he lives in a development where he is getting new young neighbors. When they first move in they want to back in a trailer. The “Lanky one” as Ove refers to him, wants to do it himself, but obviously cant because it is getting closer and closer to Ove’s house.