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Relando Thompkins, MSW

Last month, I served as an online  panelist at SocialWorkDegree.Org–A resource that shares information about how to start a fulfilling career in Social Work.

In this role, I had an opportunity to share  my thoughts  with prospective students about some things I wish I had learned while in school that would have been helpful to me in my career.

Important points that are very timely to me at this very moment in terms of what I wish  had learned in school are skills for entrepreneurship and other courses involving techniques in business and marketing.

I wish I had learned more about what it takes to build skills in this area because as I continue to grow as a professional, I find myself wanting to start my own projects with film and video, writing and book publishing, developing and facilitating diversity workshops, etc., and I think…

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