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Psychology Major Stereotypes Redefined

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George

Thompson , CT
United States
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I volunteeered at a public theater during my CBL experience.
Why are you participating?: 

I am participating in order to spread my enthusiasm of working with intellectually disabled individuals. I am also fond of and have considered working within a bilingual population.

Milly

Worcester, MA
United States
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I have been volunteering at a nonprofit organization for ten + years. I have volunteered as a secretary assistant, Summer Program worker, and have assisted with the Elderly program, among other things.
Why are you participating?: 

I am participating to help the community by assisting the organization. It feels great to contribute to a wonderful organization that does so much for the Latino and American communities.

Destria

Worcester, MA
United States
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I love giving money and food to the homeless. I remember driving in the car with my mom on my 18th birthday and seeing a homeless man sitting on the side of the street crying. I had cupcakes that I knew I wasn't going to eat, so I pulled over, got out of the car and gave them to him.

Chandler

Worcester, MA
United States
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I have spent 30 years working with middle school students helping them to understand and discover the gifts they bring to the world. So many students with hidden talents and gifts not yet recognized.
Why are you participating?: 

There is so much goodness, yet it is somehow hidden by the pace of modern society. As Citizens of the world, we must all take time to find our talents and gifts and put them to good use helping all to meet their potential.

Lindsay

Minneapolis, MN
United States
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One summer I went to a ranch in South Dakota to teach mentally and physically disabled kids to ride horses. The girl I got assigned to never showed up so I never got to know one kid that trip. I got to know them all! It was a wonderful experience to see them get up on their horses and ponies and knowing you taught them how to mount and steer the horse. Seeing that kind of growth and noticing how ecstatic they got about the progress they were making, it's kind of hard not to want to turn the memories of their gleaming smiles into a career.
Why are you participating?: 

I'm participating because I wish to end this stigma that Atheists don't have morals. When I tell people I'm atheist they ask if I have morals. Of course I have morals! It's possible to both not believe in God and be a gracious and good human being.

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