Darlene Jones-Jack, MSW
By Darlene Jones-Jack, MSW
To Bridge the gap between the educated and the under educated.
To Encourage the weak and broken hearted.
To Acknowledge social injustice and fight to make changes to right the wrongs.
To Heal the hurting.
To Equalize the playing field so every human knows they have a chance to achieve.
To Live my life as an example for others to follow.
To Provide sight for those with no vision.
To Educate the world concerning the struggles of the lower classes
To Rescue the distressed
So, Why am I a Social Worker?
The answer is simple: to Be a Helper to the mentally, economically, and educationally impoverished humans on planet earth!
Darlene Jack is a graduate of the University of South Carolina’s Master of Social Work Program. She is currently working as a Program Coordinator at the Center for Child and Family Studies.