Blog posts : "letters"

DSW Program Personal Statement, Indian

At an early age, I became acutely aware of the power in something as simple as listening. I would sit for hours at dinner parties and talk to each ba (older woman) and dada (older man). Often I was the only young girl not playing with the other children. I became very interested in their stories, wh…

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BSW Personal Statement, African Woman in China

Born and raised in Cameroon and as an African woman living in China, I have had a great deal of experience with multicultural issues, especially the stigma of racism and its negative impact on the lives of black people. I have learned over the course of my struggle for a professional identity, that …

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BSW, Bachelors, Gay Man. LGBT, LSW Certification

Choosing to become a social work professional came naturally for someone like me; always patiently listening to friends and family coming to me with their problems, helping them to brainstorm solutions. I make a point of laboring to see both sides of each issue and always do all that I can to st…

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For almost two decades now, I have supported myself and my family by helping applicants to graduate school draft eloquent and highly effective admission statements for degree programs BSW, MSW, DSW; and PHD. I am convinced that I have talent in this area as a bleeding heart, myself, a militant for healing and a lifelong learner; it is the stories of social workers that most intrigue me. Working on behalf of social workers keeps my heart engaged as well as my brain. 

All of the Statement samples on this web site were written more than 2 years ago and all are anonymous.

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