10 Years after Graduation Vision
Graduating is no doubt the happiest moment a student can ever get. Graduating signifies a new chapter of a person’s life and it includes facing the biggest challenges yet to come. One of those challenges is finding employment related to the profession studied in college. If I were to see myself 10 years from the time I graduated, I could say I have already reached my life’s goals and desired achievements. I took up Bachelor of Science in Social Work and my objective is to become a Social Worker. Why do I choose this profession? I grew up in a family challenged by financial problems. Often thinking if I would be able to enter a university because we simply do not have money to pay for it, but fortunately there is a scholarship grant available for students like me who cannot afford college.
A once in a lifetime opportunity to finish schooling at no cost is by far the biggest chance that I have to help my family and along with that is the initiative for something bigger. Receiving a scholarship grant means someone or the government will pay for my education. What does it entails? Giving back is what I thought the best thing I can do to repay that kindness. Knowing that there are a lot of children and the less fortunate people who needed special attention but sad to say the society had already left them behind. I thought I can make a difference I have to help those children to be educated, to be fed and to be taken cared of and to be able to attain that is to serve the community through social work.
Ten years after I graduated I am already an active human rights advocate, delivering social services to all citizens who needed assistance the most. Ten years after I graduated I am serving at department of social welfare, pioneering projects that will champion the less fortunate of our country. Through serving my community through educating children, protecting the rights of the people and stop domestic and social injustice I would be able to give back the chance that I had before and that is through sharing me in the community.
Aside from conducting civic welfare programs, I have dedicated myself in contributing to learning related projects and an active leader in education reform agendas. Those initiatives were made possible because I received a scholarship; it made a huge impact on my overall vision about myself after 10 years of graduating from college because I know what I needed before to reach my dreams and I will do the same to help others to raise their significance in the society.