“In high school, you’re not really focused on what’s coming up next,” said Jackson State student Gwendolyn, a senior social work major.

“As I got older, I got wiser and saw the journey of different careers. My original goal of being a lawyer changed, but the premise of wanting to help people stayed the same,” Gwendolyn said.

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When asked “What made you choose Social Work?” Gwendolyn’s response: “I chose Social Work because you see patients through their entire journey.”

“From beginning to end, you are there to ensure what you did made a difference.”


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