There are many reasons why I want to become a social worker, but the two most important ones are my personal experiences with family members who have needed social services, and my academic interest in sociology.
I have seen firsthand how vital social workers can be in helping families navigate difficult situations. My aunt was diagnosed with cancer when I was a teenager, and she required extensive medical care and support. My family live far away from her, so we were not able to provide the level of care she needed on our own. But because of the help of a social worker, she was able to get the resources and support she needed to make it through that difficult time.
I’ve always wanted to help those who have been affected by bad luck in their lives. Because I was brought up in an area plagued with poverty, drug abuse, high crime rates, and poor education, I’ve wanted to work as a social worker so that I may aid the community in resolving the problems I mentioned and allow people to live their lives to the fullest extent possible while also improving society and environment.
My major is sociology because it provides the perfect foundation for a social worker. It helps individuals understand how their personal lives are intertwined with the greater society, economy, and history. Additionally, it teaches about different cultures, religions, and races; which is essential for a social worker who often has to deal with clients from all walks of life.
The main reason why I want to become a social worker though is because I want to help families. I come from a broken home myself and know how much damage it can do to individuals, especially children. As a social worker, I would be able to help keep families together by providing them with resources they might need such as food or housing. Additionally, I could also connect them with social services that could help resolve any issues they might be facing.
Ultimately, my goal is to help make the world a better place by becoming a social worker. I want to assist those who are most vulnerable and in need so that they can have the same opportunities as everyone else. Additionally, I hope to play a role in helping society as a whole by resolving the issues that plague my community.
My chosen vocation, which is to become a social worker, necessitates a solid working history, not just in academic accomplishments but also in relevant employment or volunteer experiences.
A social worker is a person who is interested in the well-being of others and has a desire to help those who are less fortunate than themselves. My personal qualities which will suit this chosen career are that I have always been a good listener, I have always been able to empathize with people from all walks of life, and I have always had a nonjudgmental attitude.
I have studied sociology for my Leaving Certificate and enjoyed learning about the origins of society and how it has evolved over time. My particular interest lies in family life and how it has changed over the years. I am also interested in social policy and the effect it has on families. These interests led me to choose social work as my degree.
I am aware that becoming a social worker will be both challenging and rewarding. I am looking forward to the challenges that it will bring and feel that I have the personal qualities and academic qualifications to become a successful social worker.
I’ve worked as a social worker for a youth justice organization that works closely with social workers to assist young offenders in avoiding reoffending, as well as in a care support job where I collaborated with a social worker to provide aid to persons who are mentally or physically disabled.
I’ve seen the difference that a social worker can make in somebody’s life and I would like to be able to have that same impact.
I’m interested in sociology because I want to understand how society works and how we can make it work better for everyone. I think that social work is a great way to help people who are struggling within our current system and I hope to be able to use my skills to make a difference in the lives of others.
Becoming a social worker will allow me to help families who are going through tough times, as well as those who are dealing with long-term issues. I want to be able to provide support and assistance to those who need it most, and I believe that social work is the perfect way to do that.
The skills that I have gained through my work experience, as well as my studies in sociology, will help me to be a successful social worker. I am passionate about helping others and I believe that becoming a social worker will allow me to make a difference in the lives of those who need it most.
As a result of my previous employment as a care support worker and youth worker, I now have a good understanding of the responsibilities of a social worker in society, which fuels my desire to work as one.
My aim is to work with different families and help make a change in their lives for the better.
I have always been interested in sociology and how it can be applied to social work. I think that understanding the family dynamics and the way society works is essential in order to be a good social worker. I am also interested in working with children and families, as I think that this is where I can make the most difference.
I believe that becoming a social worker will allow me to help families in need and make a positive difference in their lives. I am looking forward to learning more about sociology and how to apply it to social work, so that I can become the best social worker possible.
I discovered that I have strong views on several issues and the desire to learn more about these topics, which will be addressed in the social work degree, while studying at the university of Central Lancashire, where I was studying social policy, British welfare, and various other disciplines.
My time at university has made me more confident in my abilities and I have enjoyed learning about the British welfare system as well as how it differs from other countries. In addition, I have also developed research skills which will be useful in my future career.
I come from a family who has experienced first-hand the benefits of having a social worker. My mother passed away when I was only eight years old and my father had to raise three children on his own. We were lucky enough to have a social worker who helped us through that tough time and she became like a surrogate mother to us. I want to become a social worker so that I can help families who are going through difficult times like we did.