It saddens me to see posts and videos on social media that show people degrading others for speaking another language in public. These individuals are in for a big shock since a number of bilinguals in the U.S. are projected to grow and keep on growing for the foreseeable future. Multilingualism is the future – and you bet that I am going to get on that train now.
My time at the local refugee center is coming to a close. Since January, I have been slowly but surely completing my 50-hour pre-field placement for the social work curriculum. I’ve posted about some of my experiences here and I have truly learned a lot from working with this agency.
I have two cool things to share on this blog related to social work. First, on March 15th, I officially applied to be accepted into the SOWK…… Read more “SOWK#3: What is Diversity?”
Currently, I work at the refugee center in town, doing basic activities like answering the phone, greeting clients, and making appointments. I am only there once a week for three hours, so until the other day, that’s all I had been doing.
So this post is a little different than what I intended for this blog…