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Posted on May 3, 2012 at 6:13am 4 Comments 3 Likes
On Sunday, we had a soccer friendly amongst the youths and J.P Morgan. Since Boy A helped me to co-ordinate everything and was the I/C I sent him an SMS saying “You make an awesome youth leader, you guys did great today! Thanks for everything” His reply was “your welcome, I just want to make sure everything goes by plan. I won’t give up on those around me. I may get mad at times, but I would control”
If you have made mistakes, even serious ones, there is always another…Continue
Posted on March 28, 2012 at 7:40am 2 Comments 4 Likes
The question of how to develop and strengthen the social capital of the community has been on my mind over the past months as I walked around the neighbourhood of Henderson. It was by coincidence that two of my teammates chanced upon a small notice in the RC about an upcoming youth volunteers meeting.
Last Friday night, my colleague Anne and I attended the “Youth Volunteers Network” meeting that was initiated by a 15 year old Youth leader of the Henderson RC. We…Continue
Posted on March 14, 2012 at 3:25am 1 Comment 1 Like
As defined - Social Work is a professional and academic discipline committed to the pursuit of social justice and human rights.
Yes, no doubt it's a profession! However, personally I see social work more as a vocation rather than a JOB that requires so much "fakeness" just cause it's a PROFESSION! It's sad to see…Continue
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A very happy birthday dear Marilyn. You have enriched this platform with your sharing. Have a great birthday!
A warm welcome to youth group! Look forward to your participation. how can this youth group be helpful to you?
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