Becoming A Student At Sonoma State University Essay

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Becoming Who I am Supposed to Be As a student at Sonoma State University, I decided to declare my major in human development because it covers a broad range of subjects like psychology, anthropology, and sociology. Then, at the end of my junior year in college, I decided to declare a minor in early childhood studies. To complete the early childhood studies minor, I have taken classes that teach concepts such as child development and how to assess the different behavioral patterns and the stages of development in children. The combination of both my major and my minor led me to the decision to go into social work as my career. I decided on this because the courses I completed opened my eyes in many different ways to the social injustice in the world. I believe that the job social workers do is so important because they represent the facts and strive to achieve a more just outcome for the people within the community that need justice most. During my time at Sonoma State, I had the honor of becoming a member of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority. Throughout my time in Gamma Phi Beta, I held the position of Philanthropy Chairwoman for two consecutive terms. My duties within this position included scheduling community service projects for the 170+ women in the chapter, planning and hosting charity events to raise funds and awareness for Gamma Phi Beta 's international philanthropic partner (Girls on the Run), and to create short and long term goals for our chapter in regards to…

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