Tag Archives: social worker

How to Ask for Interview Feedback

“If I could impose so much as to ask a favor, I would greatly appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to offer some criticism on the way I have presented myself: résumé, cover letter, interview, etc. Perhaps, … Continue reading

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One Check Away…

Years ago, I remember reading American Project: The Rise and Fall of a Modern Ghetto by Sudhir Venkatesh The book recently called to me (yes, I believe books pick you, not the other way around). I pulled it off my academic … Continue reading

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Why Donate to Charity?

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
It never fails. Every year some person who means well asks me several questions in regards to gift giving and boundaries. Therefore, for the next five weeks I will address the question…

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The Power of Hashtag

#reallifeofanmsw   Comical Explanation

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Myths of a Therapist

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
“You know when I cried last? Do you know why I cried last? Do you know how it feels to be alone? Do you know why I sleep late everyday? Do you…

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