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Medical HRM Veterans African American Personal Statement


Medical HRM Veterans African American
Medical HRM Veterans African American Personal Statement

I have found a great deal of fulfillment in my positions in social work over the last 7-and-a-half years. Working primarily in the areas of veteran’s medical issues as well as a shelter for victims of domestic violence, I have gained increasing understanding and appreciation of the importance of human resource management. Thus, I have decided that it is in this area that I wish to pursue graduate studies and continue to advance professionally.


I feel strongly that my background as a social worker and administrative personnel will be a useful foundation for my career in HR.  I am an African American man who lives in Hawaii and my professional experiences have helped me to develop a profound sense of multicultural appreciation, which I see as of particularly critical importance to the HR professional in our increasingly multicultural societies of today.  


Medical HRM Veterans African American
Medical HRM Veterans African American Personal Statement

I was in the US army from 1987 through 1994 and worked in Personnel. I appreciated this opportunity to serve my country and I have a special love, respect, and admiration for our veterans. I am an excellent candidate because I have the kind of extensive background and experience that would allow me to make important contributions to veterans’ abilities to reestablish themselves in civilian society and to pursue meaningful careers. After completing your master's Program, I plan to work towards a career with the military in their Department of Human Resources.  This field will allow me to use my knowledge and skills to help fellow veterans as well as active members of the military members.  I look forward to playing a direct, positive role in the lives of those who sacrifice so much for America. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are not just buzzwords in the U.S. military: they are necessities. Diverse backgrounds lead to more innovative thought and solutions. When recruits come from varied experiences, they bring fresh perspectives to complex national security challenges.


Medical HRM Veterans African American
Medical HRM Veterans African American Personal Statement

Hawaii, with its rich cultural tapestry and unique history, has made significant strides in promoting diversity, inclusion, and equality. Hawaii is a melting pot of cultures, with a vibrant mix of Native Hawaiian, Asian, Pacific Islander, and other ethnic communities. This diversity is celebrated through festivals, art, music, and cuisine. The concept of Aloha goes beyond a simple greeting; it embodies love, compassion, and respect for all. The Aloha Spirit encourages inclusivity and kindness. LGBTQ+ Pride: Honolulu Pride Month sees rainbow flags flying high, celebrating diversity and unity. Hawaii’s LGBTQ+ community is active and visible, advocating for equal rights. Hawaii acknowledges its Indigenous people, their history, and their struggles. Events like the International Day of Indigenous People highlight their contributions. Efforts are made to provide equal educational opportunities for all students, regardless of their backgrounds. Programs focus on cultural awareness and understanding.


Medical HRM Veterans African American Personal Statement









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