Ms. Carlene Martinez was promoted to a GAIN Services Worker position effective 09/16/2017. She was assigned to the Southwest Family CalWORKs District, Homeless Case Management Program as a Homeless Case Manager (HCM) under the supervision of the rater.
Evil is all around even in good it is just portrayed differently. Through reading the story”The Possibility of Evil” by Shirley Jackson, it is evident that Miss Strangeworth follows not only a outward social value system, but also an inward social value system. Her belief system may have been a result of a family tradition. She makes it known that she is the only “Strangeworth left in her town” (Jackson 4) and that she has many duties, Furthermore, Miss Strangeworth says that due to her being the only Strangeworth left, it is her duty to do away with the towns evil. Strangeworth tells tourists who stop to view her roses that her grandmother planted them. We can visualize Miss Strangeworth’s traditional side and that values did indeed pass on down to her. Therefore, it is possible that other traditions such as her contrasting social value systems were also passed on down to her. This implies that the previous generations of Strangeworths additionally had a similar objective
Alexus and I, share the membership relations position in a minority recruitment organization called Georgia Daze. Immediately upon finding out Alexus and I would be co-chairs for the school year, I knew that we would together help transcend the organization. Her outgoing and determined personality has made an unforgettable impression on me and the members of our organization. I personally witnessed Alexus above and being to serve and assist members of the organization with school and personal problems in any way possible. Through her role as membership relations chair, Alexus has proven to possess the skills which makes for a great Resident Assistant. Alexus also has an appreciation for people and getting to know
As I am quickly approaching the end of my senior, I am looking back at how far I have come since freshman year and everything that Henley High School has helped me accomplish in my life. In preparation for the life that every senior must experience after school, the senior capstone project was put in place to help seniors find out what they would suit them as career and give them some of the necessary tools in achieving that. Part of the capstone was earning service hours at a non profit organization, that can go on a resume. With serving came a facilitator, who guides one’s service, and also the challenges and success of the service itself. To Provide help on future careers, Henley High School also provided an opportunity to take the CIS test
This is a good topic for me to write about. There are actually a few things and a few people that influenced me to pursue a paralegal degree. I have always liked the law field, but I always knew I wouldn't be able to manage the school to become an attorney. I also know that being an attorney is a very stressful job, so I figured that at least being a paralegal I would be able to still have the enjoyment of the law field in a different aspect. I am so excited to get my career going and experience what all is entailed. I would like to mention the few things and the few people that influenced me to become a paralegal.
I had an opportunity to interview this wonderful individual name, Stephanie M. Alejandro. She is from Puerto Ricco, she moved here about a year and 4 months ago. In Puerto Ricco, she studied Mass Communication, which led her to begin her career in the film industry. Ms. Alejandro is currently a full-time professional staff member at the University of South Florida, the manager of the Center for Student Involvement office located on the second floor of the Marshall Student Center building. I chose to interview her because I have heard a lot about what they do and it was fascinated. I could not believe CSI were the ones In charge of all those free activities that are constantly happening almost every week at the school. It was indeed a pleasure to have finally meant Ms. Alejandra, and having the opportunity to interview her.
I am the Administrative Specialist for COMCARE Children’s Services, the licensed community health center for Sedgwick County. I have been the direct supervisor of Lindsay Lopez since she started with our agency in December of 2014.
I, Karen Myers, am writing this letter to urge you to seriously consider Akiyah Douglas for the M.E.S.T Scholarship.
Connie Sanders ' performance on the verbal skills of the Wasey places her at the 1st percentile and in the mild mentally retarded range of intellect. Her Verbal skills, by observation, appear to be at least that of borderline intellectual functioning. She is able to understand auditory presenting material at about the six grade level. She has difficulty with abstract concepts therefore more complex information should be presented to her accordingly.
I, Shanika Trotter am reliable, punctual, and work well under pressure and with others. I have a positive attitude and works effectively with flexible schedules. Nonetheless, I always strive for greatness in all my endeavors independently or with an team. I have superior communication skills along with rapid and precise customer service skills. I am trustworthy, outgoing, and familiar with handling cash. I possess strong communication and time management skills.
Amy Tan's essay ¨Mother Tongue¨ is about language and the barriers it can create when people cannot speak with perfect accuracy or the way that is known as the norm. She uses examples of how language impacted her mother so that she could reach out to others who have had similar experiences and show them that they are not alone, that this happens to other people more often than they might think. Additionally, she uses these examples to show people who aren't affected by a language barrier what this discrimination can look like and how it impacts a person and the people close to them. She explains how the discrimination of her mother impacted herself because she wanted to convey a message that discrimination does not always only impact one person, it can impact everyone around them as well and change how their lives are run.
Did you know that 109,631,000 that makes up of 35.4% people that are on welfare reported back in 2012 around the time barack obama became president.I interviewed Ms.Connie she is social worker for the DHHS which is the Department of Health and Human Services.And she works closely with the community concerning the Flint Water project and how it affects her surviving clients in the community. Further, Ms.Connie is big on giving back and have been since her college days and serving with her fellow sorority sisters. She has an associate degree in social work, a masters degree in business administration, and information systems But with this job comes many difficult problems she sometimes have to deal with the lack of family support, the lack
Do you look for openings in daily conversations to share your Christian faith? Perhaps you feel uncomfortable sharing such a "private" matter or fear being rejected, labeled, or laughed off. In her new study Living in Truth, apologist Mary Jo Sharp works to demolish the strongholds that keep Christians bound in silence. By using what we already know to be true from the word of God, and implementing some of Mary Jo's conversation starters and clarifying questions, study participants will be left feeling more confident and prepared to confront our culture with truth in love.
he problem within the workplace is hostility which can be toxic to the efficiency determination, and collaboration with the work environment. There has been a lot of tension with the coworkers and management staff because management has not demonstrated effective conflict resolution techniques. In the story Sheila has concerns because management has not intervened to alleviate the prevalent behavior of the hostile employee. The employee continues the rant and express outburst that disturbs the office which can be challenging when expressing emotions. According to Egan (2006) he states that managing our emotions and the way we express them is part of social intelligence. Some emotions are bottles up and some are quite visible (Egan, 2006).
Throughout the 5-days practice of active listening and basic attending skills in daily conversations, it was easiest for me to practice empathy. I found it easy to perceive the situation through others’ eyes and perspectives in order to capture the accurate meaning when I was nonjudgemental and listened attentively to others. As a result, I was able to develop empathic rapport in which I accurately sensed and understood others’ concerns as well as feelings as compared to when I conversed without empathy, allowing my presumptions to affect my interpretation of others’ meaning due to the need for others to agree with my worldview. Besides that, I was able to practice basic empathy, which is the second level of empathy where I paraphrased