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“Building Strong Leaders: My Interest in the M.S. in Organizational Leadership Program and Personal/Professional Goals”

Applicants are required to submit a statement that reflects program interest as well as personal and professional goals.
The M.S. in organizational leadership program helps working professionals develop leadership skills to advance professionally. Graduates of this program have excelled in human resources, health services, general and project management, and many other fields.
With business expanding at many major organizations, so does the demand for strong leaders who care, and know how to successfully motivate and manage teams. 
The College’s organizational leadership program is designed with professional adults in mind. As a student, you will learn about strategies and techniques to lead others into success, including strengthening written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills; developing an approach to leading ethical organizational behavior; and coming up with ways to address a culturally diverse organization. 
This master’s degree in leadership allows students to specialize in one of the four-degree tracks:
Human Resources
Organizational Leadership
Public Service
E-learning and Training

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“From Personal Experience to Professional Passion: My Journey to Social Work” Growing up, I always had a strong desire to help others. Whether it was offering a listening ear to a friend or volunteering at a local charity, I found fulfillment in

This is a personal narrative essay for my application into a social work graduate program.  I have gotten most of the information down, but I am rusty with writing and need help with the flow of the essay, grammar, anything that sounds wrong or awkard, and a little more writing to get me up to 4 pages (probably about #3 of the instructions because I didnt touch on it as much).  I need help making the essay sound better in general.
The instructions were:
APA format and limited to five typed pages in length. The narrative should include the following components: 
(1) Two relevant life experiences that influenced the choice of social work as an academic and career goal. Examples of these life experiences should be provided with a discussion of how the experiences influenced the applicant personally and professionally.  
(2) Relevant professional, internship, volunteer, and /or research experience.  
(3) Experience with social and economic justice and how the applicant plans to uphold this important social work value.