During my years of living, I have experienced many valuable events. Many of which have made me who I am today. Some of my experiences that I have achieved have caused me to want more in life, to expand not only my knowledge, but also my horizons. In reflecting back on what I have done in life, it shows me that I am well on my way of doing that. I know that I am a very determined, hard-working, and versatile person who is ready to further my studies. From about the age of five years old, I found myself playing with my friends’ doctor and patient. My goal, thinking back was to inject my patients with Kool-Aid shots and hoped that I had cured them. As I grew older, I found myself always listening to people’s problems and offering to find a solution to their troubles. Then when I graduated from high school, I enrolled myself at a nurse’s aide school, where once again, I found myself doing what I enjoyed most, which was helping people. During this time, I thought to myself that Nursing was the direction I needed to be at, but then as time progressed, I realized that I enjoyed counseling others, listening to people, and teaching those around me how to build strong and meaningful relationships, so in essence, my passion was to help individuals at the cognitive level and not so much at the physical level. My genuine interest in facilitating people’s needs is the main reason why I obtained a bachelor of social work. In addition, I also participated as Membership Chairperson in the Student Association of Social Work. This position trained me for the pressures of the real world, forcing me to multitask in order to meet various school deadlines and allowed me to become a well-rounded person because I was exposed to a very diverse population within my student body. Furthermore, my senior year in college allotted me the opportunity to gain social work experience by working as a social work intern at the Texas Department of Aging and Disability...
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