Once I graduated with a bachelor of science I assumed I would be working in a school or clinic performing speech and language assessments. I spent four years hyper focused on this career path and became blind to my own potential. I chose to pursue a career in social work because I wanted to continue to serve diverse populations and address the severity of social injustices. I want to have the knowledge and abil...
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... MSW degree from USC, I could not make a difference in these social problems. I understand I cannot completely change each and every social injustice, but making a small change is a goal I want to accomplish.
My understanding of the field of social work is defined by the core value of help. In the field, you are educated and trained to aid in the improvement of our society. More importantly, you are trained to help the most vulnerable individuals in our society. Having a role in my community that would give me the opportunity to make a difference through social work is the core commitment of my future. Being accepted into your graduate program will help me develop the skills I will need to reach my goals. I believe it is important to be an active member in my community, and I believe becoming a licensed social worker is one way I can serve my community properly.
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