Tag Archives: Life

I Wanna Be a Social Worker · A Day In The Life Of A Social Worker

Let’s face it, sometimes life can get tough and for some people those tough times are far harder than those of the average person. Times where people can feel alone or as if they have nowhere else to turn. Social workers are unique group of people who help those who feel helpless. People dealing with… Read More »

Social Services Worker – Durham College

I find before I even took this program I was kind of the friend that my friends would come go to say, ‘I have this problem or that problem’. They knew I wouldn’t judge. I chose this program because of the different elements, the field placement, the accessibility to two field placements. Usually, you’re only… Read More »

HIV Crisis on the Texas-Mexico Border

let’s go back to the day that you found out what’s the first thing that went through your mind am I gonna die I I really thought I was gonna die growing up no one ever mentioned HIV to me like it wasn’t in the schools it wasn’t the conversation held at home like I… Read More »

I’m Mexican. Does that change your assumptions about me? | Vanessa Vancour | TEDxUniversityofNevada

Translator: Maria Pericleous Reviewer: Denise RQ I have lost count of the number of times someone asked me, “How come you speak such good Spanish?” Spanish speakers as well as non-Spanish speakers because I know I am not what they imagine when they think of a Latin American. My favorite way to reveal I speak… Read More »

Being an Introvert is a Good Thing. | Crystal Robello | TEDxStMaryCSSchool

Translator: Mohand Habchi Reviewer: Khoa Ta I’m here today trying to be something I’m not. Which is something I’ve been trying to do for two years now: write a TED Talk, share my ideas, talk in front of such a large group of people. I know a lot of you are probably thinking, “She sounds… Read More »

Talk about your death while you’re still healthy | Michelle Knox

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Krystian Aparta To kick the bucket, bite the dust, cash in your chips, check out, depart, expire, launch into eternity … These are all euphemisms we use in humor to describe the one life event we are all going to experience: death. But most of us don’t want to acknowledge death,… Read More »

From past to future — never ending bridging | Ulana Suprun | TEDxKyiv

Translator: Khrystyna Skira Reviewer: Denise RQ Good day. I want to thank the organizers for organizing this conference. Don’t you think it’s great? This is wonderful. Every year, we have conferences like this in Ukraine. Not only that but I’d like to thank all of you for coming today, for showing the interest, for wanting… Read More »

Brooklyn Bishop to Investigate Buffalo Diocese

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How volunteerism can change your world | Joyce Bertram | TEDxVilnius

Translator: Denise RQ Reviewer: Robert Deliman I often get the question why do people volunteer. What is it that makes a person dedicate their time and effort to something without expecting money in return. I think we can all agree that people don’t usually do it because they get a couple of free drinks, a… Read More »