Tag Archives: youth

Cinderella Syndrome

Student’s description of site-specific activities this quarter the activity that displayed a tremendous amount of social justice is the ________ annual prom. I was able to help out in this area in several capacities from helping a very diverse group … Continue reading

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How Old are You?

Should you remove all age identifiers from your resume? This became the talk in my circle after I sent out this article. I personally never put the year I graduated on my resume. I figure if it is that important, … Continue reading

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Opportunities for Friendship

In our youth, we were not aware of choosing friends. As we have matured, we see that we do have choices about opportunities for friendship. There may be a randomness about who appears in our lives and we also make … Continue reading

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Neighbors Helping Neighbors: Host Homes Articles of a Career Journal

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
“We’re clearly filling a role. Let’s not make this more complicated than it needs to be.” -Kim Reinhardt of Mason County Host Rereading this article and this article, I find myself still…

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Grocery Shopping Part #2

So, a long, long time, I shared about how I was asked to go on a field trip with a group of young adults who live in a transitional living facility (read it here). Today I was reminded of this … Continue reading

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