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As a young child many projected that my learning abilities would not blossom or even equate to much because of my learning disability Nonetheless I became the first woman of three generations not to be on welfare or any type of government assistance in my family I am the first woman in my family to not have to struggle to not have to feel ashamed not have to worry about how to feed her children or be a statistic in our society I have chosen a different path that has affected the perspective on how we view our choices in my family I choose to be stronger and braver than what is expected of me as a 26-years-old black woman in society Graduating from California State University Long Beach CSULB was such a pleasant turning point in my life which has made me be prepared to continue my education I am firmly confident that I will be a good candidate for Master of Social Work because I have worked in numerous areas that are social work relatedTransferring to CSULB in Spring of 2007 I was taking an immigration class that I thought I would never survive The whole class was in a constant state of confusion Furthermore it was one of those classes that you can try everything and still have no clue of the outcome of final grade At the end I received a D yet I am very proud of that D Before I would have taken that personally and just gave up on myself However I have evolved from that and realized deep down that I tried my hardest to pass that class I had worked very diligently to overcome my obstacles in that class I knew this grade did not summarize my capabilities for achieving my aspirations for becoming a social worker The proudest moment was my last semester of CSULB because of the devastated news of my mothers condition Before
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