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Hire Me!

It’s that time of year! The time of the year where the final year students are so close to the finish line, and everyone wants to know what comes next. Some of my colleagues are already hired, some are completing … Continue reading

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Positive Affirmations

Lately, the stress of the semester has hit full swing. My two 1.5 credits courses ended today, meaning there was a pile up of assignments. I’ve been trying to get as many job applications out as possible, and my “senioritis” … Continue reading

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What’s School Social Work?

As many perspective students are starting to hear back about graduate school acceptances, and trying to decide what path is right for you, I thought I’d share about what my path as a UNC MSW student has been like since … Continue reading

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Remember the why

So I am coming close to the end of the semester and running a little low on sleep, motivation, patience, and positivity. There is a mix of emotions in the School of Social Work as we prepare for a small … Continue reading

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[Fall]ing in love with North Carolina

Fall is absolutely my favorite time of year, as it brings all of my favorite things – Football, leaves changing, pumpkin flavored treats, and sweaters. Even in the stress of the mid semester assignments and papers, I have committed to … Continue reading

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But how do I choose?!

If you are a student considering a MSW program, you probably feel as though you have an overwhelming amount of choices to make. You have to decide on a school, the program track, a concentration, housing options, and more! It … Continue reading

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The Importance of Networking

As an out of state student that was starting all over this summer in a new city, with little to no connections or knowledge of the area, I felt like I had to start over. I had come from a … Continue reading

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