Things to Remember: Pages of a Career Journal

Real Life of an MSW

“My Micro/Mezzo Practice 1: Individuals, Families, and Groups course has been really engaging and challenging. The role play has been essential- no wonder you didn’t offer me a job with case management. I simply wouldn’t have any idea what I was doing. Now I am learning! I ask and pray that you instill in me all of the things I need to be a confident SW.”


Rereading this I smile, as I understood my lack of experience and was mature enough to admit it (at least in the private pages of my journal). Admitting your level of knowledge, even to yourself, is a sign of maturity and opens you up to learning. Wanting to know what it was I learned exactly (I found a piece of paper stuck next to this entry- see below), I dug through my old graduate school box to find the syllabus. It read “This is…

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