My enrolment in graduate online learning is also very timely in my life because I am young and possesses significant work experience as a Human Services professional. My aspirations to climb up the career ladder comes after going through high school at Wingate high school followed by college Monroe College where I majored in human services and counselling. Much credit goes to my high school life where I realized my interests in impacting change in societal needs and engaged in various volunteer activities. I found myself inclined to assist the homeless and those lost in domestic abuse. As I joined college, I made up my mind to study a program where I will not only assist the needy through my services, but also assist them with counselling and mentorship that could engage them to actively seek change in their lives.
During my volunteer work and after my course completion, I have managed to work with numerous employers, most of whom have been very supportive, translating my work into a record of past high productivity and effective performance as a human service professional. Besides my employers, my peers are very supportive and believe that being a graduate human services will not only be crucial in my industry today but also in the future.
My major goal is to become a Human Services professional who will be in the forefront in assisting as many women and girls as possible in escaping from abusive backgrounds, while ensuring that homeless people are included in government funding to secure homes them. Besides learning, my academic research will boost my ability to use analytical skills in the work immediately, thus minimizing instances of forgetting what was taught while observing accuracy and relevance of research data used (Longfellow, 2012). I believe that by engaging in online collaboration and discussions, I will learn from the experiences of other working adults