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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. 

With My Son Davy!